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Articles tagged with "choreography"

How does The Royal Ballet School create such great choreographers?

24 February 2017

Several world-class choreographers began their training with The Royal Ballet School – how do they grow the dance-makers of the future?

Watch: Why the Rose Adage from The Sleeping Beauty is the ultimate challenge for a ballerina

21 February 2017

Principal of The Royal Ballet Akane Takada perfects one of the most notoriously difficult sections in classical ballet.

The Royal Ballet honoured at the National Dance Awards 2017

6 February 2017

Winners include Francesca Hayward, Reece Clarke and Zenaida Yanowsky.

Woolf Works Dance Highlight: Pas de deux of reminiscence in ‘I Now, I Then’

10 November 2016

Wayne McGregor embraces classical lyricism in the first movement of his ballet triptych inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.

Watch: What it's like being a Young Choreographer with The Royal Ballet

26 May 2016

Charlotte Edmonds talks about the power of dance, working with Wayne McGregor and a changing landscape for choreographers.

Watch: A whistle-stop journey through Liam Scarlett's one-act ballets

12 May 2016

Psychological, dramatic and dark — Scarlett's one-act ballets have made him one of the world's most sought-after young choreographers.

Giselle Dance Highlight: The Act II pas de deux

12 February 2016

In this pas de deux of astonishing intensity, Giselle begs for the man who caused her death to be forgiven.

After the Rain Dance Highlight: The pas de deux

25 January 2016

The hypnotic second movement from Christopher Wheeldon’s masterful abstract ballet has a special power and resonance.

The Nutcracker Dance Highlight: The Waltz of the Snowflakes

3 December 2015

Peter Wright’s magical choreography brings to life a swirl of beautiful snowflakes.

Tchaikovsky Pas de deux Dance highlight: A thrilling, virtuoso dance for two

26 October 2015

The entire short work is a highlight in George Balanchine’s exuberant and demanding pas de deux, set to rediscovered music by Tchaikovsky.

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