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Articles tagged with "by Crystal Pite"

Listen: Behind the scenes at The Royal Ballet with Crystal Pite

2 August 2017

BBC Radio 4 documented the creative process with the choreographer during rehearsals for her Royal Ballet debut, Flight Pattern

Listen: Crystal Pite on why dance is a universal language

27 April 2017

The award-winning choreographer talks about the influence of William Forsythe and the power of her art form.

Your Reaction: What did you think of The Human Seasons / After the Rain / Flight Pattern?

17 March 2017

A round-up of reviews of The Royal Ballet's mixed programme of work by three contemporary choreographers – Crystal Pite, Christopher Wheeldon and David Dawson.

Watch: 6 innovative dance works by Crystal Pite

16 March 2017

Combining elements of classical ballet with a powerful sense of drama, Pite is one of today’s most talked-about choreographers.

Crystal Pite: Flight Pattern is my way of coping with the world at the moment

9 March 2017

The Canadian choreographer's new work for The Royal Ballet addresses the refugee crisis.

Ballet Essentials: The Human Seasons / After the Rain / Flight Pattern

2 March 2017

Our quick introduction to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme of compelling contemporary ballet.

Watch: Rehearsals for Crystal Pite’s new ballet

9 February 2017

The acclaimed Canadian choreographer offers insights into her debut Royal Ballet production ahead of its world premiere.

Minimalism to the max: Why choreographers love minimalist music

7 February 2017

The disparate music grouped together as ‘minimalism’ has inspired numerous dance works, and is more diverse than might initially be imagined.