Here's the more accurate translation.
Sixteen orchestral suite dances by New York based Slovak composer and musician Peter Breiner based on Slovak folk songs and similar suites by other composers – Bartok, Dvorak, Brahms, Beethoven, Kodály and Borodin and others. This metamorphosis of the many layers in Breiner’s musical language contains elements of jazz, folk and improvisation. This music inspired by sixteen folk songs – – mainly from Eastern Slovakia – is full of colourful contrasts, energy, humour and unusual instrumentation.
This dramatised version of the suite is choreographed and directed by a young Slovak choreographer who has already successfully established herself in Europe – Natalie Horečna. Her contemporary choreography – influenced by impulses from the world – enriches Slovak dance with a new, modern dimension of dance.
By the way, if you'd like to hear 23 minutes of the ballet music, click here to go to Peter Breiner's "Encore" page. Then, just click on "Play" at the top of the page. The four selections should play one after the other. The music for the Slavonic Dances is evocative and quite good. (If you like it, there are links to download and buy the MP3 files.)