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Articles categorised as "Ballet"

Your reaction: Afternoon of a Faun / In the Night / Song of the Earth

30 May 2015

What did you think of The Royal Ballet's mixed programme?

In the Night Dance Highlight: A stormy pas de deux

29 May 2015

In a striking departure from ballet tradition, choreographer Jerome Robbins depicts a couple in the midst of a blazing row.

Watch: Carlos Acosta on choreographing and dancing in Don Quixote – 'You don't rest!'

28 May 2015

With Don Quixote heading to the USA for The Royal Ballet's summer tour, Carlos Acosta reflects on his first work for the Company.

Ballet Essentials: Afternoon of a Faun / In the Night / Song of the Earth

28 May 2015

Our quick guide to The Royal Ballet's mixed programme, featuring two acclaimed works by Jerome Robbins and Kenneth MacMillan's masterful study of loss.

Christopher Wheeldon, Joby Talbot and Edward Watson honoured at awards in Moscow

27 May 2015

Dancer, choreographer and composer recognized for The Winter’s Tale at Benois de la Danse 2015.

Cast change: Ryoichi Hirano to dance in Song of the Earth on 29 May and 4 June 2015

26 May 2015

Ryoichi Hirano to replace Rupert Pennefather.

Woolf Works Dance Highlight: Pas de deux of reminiscence in ‘I Now, I Then’

26 May 2015

Wayne McGregor embraces classical lyricism in the first movement of his ballet triptych inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.

Ballet's secret role: What is a ballet notator and why are they vital?

22 May 2015

Dancers and choreographers may be household names, but without notators, your favourite classic ballet would no longer exist.

Casting Announced for The Royal Ballet’s Summer 2015 US Tour

19 May 2015

The three-week tour will see the Company perform in Washington D.C., Chicago and New York.

A Meditation on Love: The troubled creation of Jerome Robbins’s In the Night

18 May 2015

Though a mature masterpiece, Robbins’s ballet had one of the most fraught geneses of any in work the repertory, pushing its choreographer to near-breaking point.

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