70th Anniversary celebrations2020 marks English National Ballet’s 70th Anniversary with celebrations taking place throughout the 2019-2020 Season that give opportunities for the Company to say, ‘Thank You’ to its audiences, fans, friends and partners.The 70th Anniversary will be celebrated with three special Gala performances at the London Coliseum featuring extracts from a … [Read more...] about English National Ballet announces 2019-2020 70th Anniversary Season
Wilton’s Music Hall’s summer programming includes Kenneth MacMillan’s version of Kurt Weill-Bertolt Brecht’s Seven Deadly Sins. It is produced and mounted by former Royal Ballet principal dancer Viviana Durante with Meow Meow and Laura Morera among the cast.Wilton’s Music Hall in London is the oldest grand music hall in the world and in 2015 completed an extensive … [Read more...] about Viviana Durante, Meow Meow and Laura Morera recreate MacMillan’s Seven Deadly Sins
Curtain goes up on The Royal Ballet's Nutcracker at 7.30pm local time tonight and will be broadcast to cinemas internationally.Clara is Anna Rose O'Sullivan and Hans-Peter/The Nutcracker is Marcelino Sambé. The Sugar Plum Fairy is danced by Marianela Nuñez and The Prince by Vadim Muntagirov. Drosselmeyer is Gary Avis and Barry Wordsworth conducts the Orchestra of the Royal … [Read more...] about Photo Album: Nutcracker with The Royal Ballet – in cinemas live
The jury panel of the 47th Prix de Lausanne will be presided by Carlos Acosta who won the Prix de Lausanne in 1990.Among the artistic collaborators, Elisabeth Platel, Director of the Paris Opera Ballet School and jury member for the 2016 competition, will teach the ballet classes to the girl candidates. During the Interlude, the audience will discover the 2nd edition of the … [Read more...] about Prix de Lausanne 2019 – Jury members and artistic team
Interview with Yasmine Naghdi as she dances in the world premiere of Alastair Marriott’s The Unknown Soldier - with photos by Dasa WhartonI last interviewed Yasmine Naghdi in September of 2015 when she and Matthew Ball were preparing to dance Romeo and Juliet together. They were dancing the roles for the first time — she was a Soloist and he a First Artist.Time passes … [Read more...] about Interview: For The Royal Ballet’s Yasmine Naghdi it’s “Ready, Steady, Go”!