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Gallery: Kenneth MacMillan's career in photos

Take a look at behind the scenes images of one of ballet's great choreographers.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Online Content)

16 November 2012 at 3.48pm | 1 Comment

With twenty years having passed since his death, Kenneth MacMillan remains a towering figure in the world of ballet. He choreographed works that have become core pieces of the repertory including Romeo and Juliet, Mayerling, The Rite of Spring and Manon; his work still delights audiences and the dancers performing them alike.

As well as these full-length works, MacMillan choreographed a number of shorter works such as Concerto, Requiem and Las Hermanas; which make up this current Royal Ballet Mixed Bill.

Kenneth MacMillan's career saw him dance as well as choreograph and we took a look into the archives to find some behind the scenes images from his time at Covent Garden:

View more photos and videos on our Kenneth MacMillan Pinterest Board.

What's your favourite Kenneth MacMillan ballet?

Mayerling runs 28 April–13 May 2017.

Tickets are open to Friends on 7 December 2016. General tickets will be available on 24 January 2017.

By Chris Shipman (Head of Online Content)

16 November 2012 at 3.48pm

This article has been categorised Ballet and tagged archive, by Kenneth Macmillan, Concerto, gallery, Kenneth MacMillan, Las Hermanas, Manon, Mayerling, Photography, Requiem, The Rite of Spring

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  1. This is wonderfool , lovely very mach !

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