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Ballet and Opera 2010 round up

By Royal Opera House

30 December 2010 at 5.45pm | Comment on this article

Farewell 2010 - here's our end of the year round up of Ballet and Opera.

After a quick poll on Twitter earlier today, Glyndebourne's triumphant Billy Budd won the stand out opera for you this year. Notable mentions should also go to WNO's Meistersinger and our very own Tannhäuser and Adriana Lecouvreur. For ballet, Liam Scarlett's stunning Asphodel Meadows was an overwhelming favourite. More highlights below:


An Invitation to the Ballet

Paying tribute to Ninette de Valois in the most comprehensive exhibtion on The Royal Ballet yet - [read more]

Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes, 1909-1929

A must see exhibtion, you still have time! On till 9 Jan 2011 at the V&A - [read more]

Liam Scarlett's Asphodel Meadows

Read our own coverage on this South Bank Show Award nominated ballet - [read more]

The Telegraph's Top 10 Dance Performances of the Year

A great year for dance and ballet, with 2011 looking even stronger - [read more]

The A to Z guide to London's dance scene

London's dance highlights from The Evening Standard - [read more]


2010 European Opera Highlights on BBC iPlayer

Including the Royal Opera's Simon Boccanegra, Don Quixote in Brussels, Birmingham Opera's Othello and Rigoletto from Mantua - [read more]

Top 10 in Opera

Rupert Christiansen dissects his favourites from 2010 - [read more]

Classical CDs and DVDs you may have missed in 2010

[read more]

Christian Gerhaher, Wolfram in Tannhäuser

An interview with the baritone - [read more]

Billy Budd at Glyndebourne

Jacques Imbrailo’s Billy Budd at Glyndebourne is 'an extraordinary portrayal' - [read more]

And finally...

An Interview with Tony Hall

The Financial Times run a Q&A with our Chief Exec - [read more]

By Royal Opera House

30 December 2010 at 5.45pm

This article has been categorised Ballet, Opera and tagged 2010, The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera

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