Matthew Paluch sees Ballet Nights with The Royal Ballet's Yasmine Naghdi and Reece Clarke leading a mixed lineup of dance on London's biggest stage.
Principal Dancer Guillaume Côté will retire after 26 years with the National Ballet of Canada, and the company tours to London.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) has announced that Alexander Campbell will leave The Royal Ballet to take up its Artistic Directorship.
Empower in Motion: A Ballet Inclusive, a fundraising event, brought out the best of people, leaving its audience hopeful in times of conflict and uncertainty.
Jann Parry – author of the Kenneth MacMillan biography “Different Drummer: The Life of Kenneth MacMillan” – comments on Natalia Osipova's Manon and directing ballet for film.
Interview with Gemma Bond, whose new work, Boundless, for the Royal Ballet has opened with Yasmine Naghdi and Ryoichi Hirano.
Jonathan Gray sees The Royal Ballet's New Works, the main stage contribution to the company's Festival of New Choreography.
MADU captures Anthony Madu's story, discovered through a viral 44-second video that was posted online in 2020 and gained over 16 million views.
Jonathan Gray sees Tanztheater Wuppertal's revival of Pina Bausch's Nelken which at times seemed “clunky and a little dated”
Tenor Luciano Ganci, at 42, finds himself with a large repertoire including 20 Verdi roles. I talked to him about training, preparation and his career so far.
Royal Ballet dancers Yasmine Naghdi and Reece Clarke head the bill for the Spring 2024 Ballet Nights.
Matthew Paluch sees Robert Binet's immersive work Dark with Excessive Bright, part of The Festival of New Choreography at The Royal Opera House.
Jonathan Gray sees São Paulo Dance Company: “beautifully trained, nimble, fluent, musical, rhythmically alert, dexterous, confident and highly watchable”.
Prisca Zeisel, formerly a principal dancer with the Bavarian State Ballet, has moved to Russia and is now performing with the Mikhailovsky Theatre.
That Ockham's Razor has attempted to interpret Tess of the D'Urbervilles through circus speaks volumes for their adventurous artistic vision.
From 7 to 18 February, a new triple bill of contemporary choreographers at La Scala: Garrett Smith, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot, and Simone Valastro.
The Royal Ballet's Melissa Hamilton and the businessman and property developer Michael Christou, have announced the launch of Hamilton Christou Productions.
Matthew Paluch is left cold by a recent Giselle and asks if the work is the problem or the communication of it.
Alexei Ratmansky's beautifully judged version of Coppélia for La Scala Ballet is traditional but with many delightful surprises [review + 100-photo album]
Choreographer Natalia Horecna has reimagined Fellin's La Strada with Alina Cojocaru, Kobborg and Mick Zeni with mixed results (review and 80 photos).