The programme of the performance includes classic and modern dance and is divided in four parts with four different choreographers. For the 'Meetings' the choreographer notes that is about 'feast in the village with furthermost object, pairing. Everybody wants it and everybody makes as if he does not want it till the moment that somebody else from another village arrives bringing the balance'. In the modern part 'Instincts-Spotted' central idea of the choreography is 'the effort of a person to preserve certain elements of childishness against society which wants to incorporate inside it, equating him to its other members'. 'The Drunken Boat' constitute for the choreographer a musical spur to depict the last moments of the poet Rimbaud who recollects himself and his surroundings in a parade of memories, thoughts, and pursuits, determining his course. The programme ends up with classical ballet and the play 'Raymonda' in an adaptation of the classical choreography of Marious Petipa.