Choreographer Stephen Mills and composer Graham Reynolds make for arguably Austin’s most fruitful and highest profile artistic collaborators.

This weekend Ballet Austin’s  “The Graham Reynolds Project” reprises two Mills/Reynolds collaborations — “Bounce” and “Though the Earth Gives Way” — and premieres a third, “Once Belonging.”

Read our feature story about the duo’s history.

And you can listen to Reynolds music for this weekend’s show, including an exclusive of the new “Once Belonging.”

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Ballet Austin’s “Bounce.” Photo by Tony Spielberg.