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Articles tagged with "Ballets Russes"

Stories without words: Narrative ballets and their many inspirations

20 November 2014

How and where choreographers find stories has changed throughout the art form's history.

The beauty of simple movements: Who was Isadora Duncan?

15 October 2014

This pioneer of modern dance courted controversy in her lifetime, but her memory has continued to influence the way we think about dance today.

The myths behind the ballets: A quick guide to Sampling the Myth

28 August 2014

Dance has long been inspired by myths and folk tales, with Deloitte Ignite offering extracts of classics and new works on one bill.

Stravinsky and ballet: 'See the music, hear the dance'

31 October 2013

With The Rite of Spring returning, we look at some of Stravinsky's other iconic ballet scores.

The Rite of Spring celebrates 100 years

29 May 2013

The iconic ballet had its premiere century ago today.

Ballets Russes walking tour

21 December 2012

Follow in the footsteps of Diaghilev’s legendary dance company with a guided walk around Covent Garden.