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Articles tagged with "by Liam Scarlett"

6 things you need to know about The Royal Ballet's mixed programme of Ceremony of Innocence / The Age of Anxiety / Aeternum

29 October 2014

Our quick guide to the world premiere from Liam Scarlett and two recent highly-acclaimed works from Kim Brandstrup and Christopher Wheeldon.

Cast changes and additional casting for The Royal Ballet's Autumn Season 2014/15

16 October 2014

Amendments announced and casting confirmed for Cassandra, Five Brahms Waltzes in the Manner of Isadora Duncan, Symphonic Variations, Ceremony of Innocence and The Age of Anxiety.

Watch: Highlights from World Ballet Day

10 October 2014

Another chance to watch Royal Ballet daily class in full, rehearsals, interviews and more.

Watch: Liam Scarlett’s The Age of Anxiety in rehearsal

9 October 2014

A behind-the-scenes look at the choreographer’s new work for The Royal Ballet.

World Ballet Day programme: What's in store during the day-long live-stream on 1 October 2014

24 September 2014

The Royal Ballet will join forces with four other world-class companies, offering glimpses into morning class and rehearsals, with exclusive interviews.

Your reaction: Serenade/Sweet Violets/DGV

15 May 2014

What did you think of The Royal Ballet's Mixed Programme?

Ballet Essentials: Serenade / Sweet Violets / DGV: Danse à grande vitesse

14 May 2014

A quick guide to The Royal Ballet's triple programme of one-act ballets by Balanchine, Scarlett and Wheeldon.

Walter Sickert and the Camden Town Murder: The inspiration for Liam Scarlett's Sweet Violets

30 April 2014

The artist's fascination with a 1907 murder has fuelled a variety of conspiracy theories.

Cast Changes: Serenade / Sweet Violets / DGV Mixed programme

23 April 2014

Cast changes announced for performances of Serenade, Sweet Violets and DGV.

Autumn Season 2014/15

31 March 2014

The Royal Ballet opens the Autumn Season with Kenneth MacMillan’s masterful Manon. Highlights for The Royal Opera include Plácido Domingo in Verdi’s dark political tragedy I due Foscari and - in a new collaboration with the Roundhouse - Monteverdi’s Orfeo.

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