Igor Stravinsky, born in 1882, composed The Rite of Spring, which was first performed in Paris in 1913. It was unexpected and entirely novel. Both the music and the choreography, plus its violent mindset, caused a riot.
What appeals to Rhinos is The Rite of Spring‘s raw muscularity, its throbbing pulse, its drive for fertility at all costs. All very Rhino.
If the story seems a bit grim, it aligns with Nature, where things are seldom gratuitously pretty. Hence Modern Dance.