Employment Tribunal orders La Scala to pay former ballerina €61,000 in compensation as a victim of “discriminatory and oppressive” behaviour.
On the last day of COP26 Scottish Ballet has come under attack for accepting sponsorship from BP, the British multinational oil and gas company.
The tragedy of Liam Scarlett’s death in April this year came as a profound shock to everyone in The Royal Ballet. The inquest into his death took place today.
Eric Gauthier’s The Dying Swans Project is a finalist for a Rose d’Or Award (formally The Golden Rose of Montreux) 2021 in the Arts category.
[Photo album] The curtain has just gone up at the Royal Opera House for the opening of Giselle with Natalia Osipova, Reece Clarke, and Mayara Magri.
Alice Mariani and Mattia Semperboni are promising interpreters to continue to infuse Nureyev’s production of Don Quixote at La Scala with excitement.
Milan’s mayor has launched a €120 million project that will bring all of La Scala’s laboratories and warehouses together on one site.
Interview with choreographer Andreas Heise on safe and creative spaces and rehabilitation for artists dealing with traumas in their professional life.
Royal Ballet Principal Edward Watson will make his final performance with the company on Saturday 30 October in Wayne McGregor’s new work, The Dante Project.
Madina is ambitious in its scale and subject (terrorism and violence against women) with a score by Fabio Vacchi and choreography by Mauro Bigonzetti.
Today, in a private ceremony, Carla Fracci’s ashes were interred in Milan’s Cimitero Monumentale (Monumental Cemetery) in Milan.
Genoa’s Teatro Carlo Felice opened its season with Sull’essere angeli by choreographer Virgilio Sieni and an augmented reality production of Pagliacci.