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Articles tagged with "Don Quixote"

Watch: 6 of the most romantic ballets

13 February 2017

We've scoured the repertory in search of the most romantic ballets for Valentine's Day.

How does the Bolshoi's diverse ballet repertory inspire its identity?

28 July 2016

The repertory of a company plays a crucial role in determining its identity – especially on international tours.

Props to you! Prop-making tricks of the trade revealed

16 June 2016

Latex cakes, enormous metal horses and a record-breaking tree are just some of the impressive creations made behind the scenes.

Bolshoi Ballet to return to the Royal Opera House in summer 2016

11 November 2015

The Russian ballet company will perform popular works including Don Quixote, Swan Lake and Le Corsaire.

Royal Ballet USA: David Donnelly on the tour visit to Chicago

19 June 2015

American Royal Ballet Artist David reflects on flash floods, the infectious buzz of American cities and ending the Season with a crescendo.

Royal Ballet USA: Your Reaction to performances in Washington D.C

15 June 2015

The Royal Ballet ‘flirts with greatness’ at the Kennedy Center.

Royal Ballet USA: Royal Ballet Artist Annette Buvoli on Washington D.C

12 June 2015

Annette, who trained in Washington, discusses seeing the city with fresh eyes and performing Don Quixote to an American audience.

Cast Change: Sarah Lamb to dance in Don Quixote on 13 June 2015 at the Kennedy Center, Washington D.C.

5 June 2015

Sarah Lamb to replace Natalia Osipova in the role of Kitri.

Watch: Carlos Acosta on choreographing and dancing in Don Quixote – 'You don't rest!'

28 May 2015

With Don Quixote heading to the USA for The Royal Ballet's summer tour, Carlos Acosta reflects on his first work for the Company.

Casting Announced for The Royal Ballet’s Summer 2015 US Tour

19 May 2015

The three-week tour will see the Company perform in Washington D.C., Chicago and New York.

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