The 1923 Bolshoi premiere of Stravinsky's ballet "Les Noces" featured costumes by Productivist artist and designer Natalia Goncharova and was choreographed by Nijinska.
Satie's "Relâche" was composed for a dadaist ballet written by artist Francis Picabia and featured the Rene Clair's 1924 dadaist film "Entr'acte."
"Les maries de la Tour Eiffel" began as the brainchild of Jean Cocteau and Georges Auric. They were later joined by Francis Poulenc, Arthur Honegger, Darius Milhaud and Germaine Tailleferre to create this dadaist ballet, premiered in 1921. Choreography was done by Jean Börlin, and costumes by Jean Hugo.
Takemitsu's compositions were featured in Akira Kurosawa's 1985 epic film "Ran."
Feldman's compositions were commissioned for and inspired by the Rothko Chapel in 1971, which features 14 works by Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko and is located in Houston, Texas.