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Articles tagged with "by Jerome Robbins"

Your Reaction: Carmen, Tchaikovsky Pas de deux, Afternoon of a Faun and Viscera live in cinemas

12 November 2015

What did you think of the relay of The Royal Ballet's mixed programme featuring Carlos Acosta's latest ballet?

Watch: Members of the cast and creative teams on Viscera, Afternoon of a Faun, Tchaikovsky Pas de deux and Carmen

12 November 2015

Backstage films from the live relay of The Royal Ballet's latest Mixed Programme including rehearsal footage and exclusive interviews.

Ballet Essentials: Viscera / Afternoon of a Faun / Tchaikovsky Pas de deux / Carmen

20 October 2015

Our quick introduction to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme of 20th-century American classics and vibrant new works, including the world premiere of Carlos Acosta’s Carmen.

Cast confirmations and amends: Afternoon of a Faun and Viscera

6 October 2015

A number of confirmations have been announced for Afternoon of a Faun, and Ryoichi Hirano will dance in Viscera.

One masterpiece after another: The quiet revolutionism of Afternoon of a Faun

1 June 2015

Controversial at its premiere, this dreamlike story of unfulfilled desire has seduced several great artists over the past century.

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.

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.

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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