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Articles tagged with "Kenneth MacMillan"

The Royal Ballet to tour Japan in Summer 2016

6 June 2016

The company will perform Romeo and Juliet and Giselle in five different cities across the country.

MacMillan's The Invitation: How dancers revive a challenging historic ballet

6 June 2016

For its first revival in decades, landmark dramatic ballet The Invitation is being performed in a very different cultural climate from its 1960 premiere.

Kenneth MacMillan: The angry young man of ballet

27 May 2016

The British choreographer transformed classical dance by looking to the influences of the theatre.

Ballet Essentials: Obsidian Tear / The Invitation / Within the Golden Hour

24 May 2016

Our quick introduction to this mixed programme of works by great British choreographers — Kenneth MacMillan, Christopher Wheeldon and Wayne McGregor.

Creating a Classic: How Kenneth MacMillan created Romeo and Juliet

22 September 2015

MacMillan made ballet history with his first full-length ballet.

Romeo and Juliet Dance Highlight: The Balcony pas de deux

3 September 2015

Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan captures the beauty and emotion of Shakespeare's text in one of ballet’s most iconic love duets.

Sky Arts set to broadcast seven ROH productions during autumn 2015

24 August 2015

A number of recent Royal Opera and Royal Ballet productions will be shown on Sky Arts over the coming months.

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.

‘I dive in’: Alessandra Ferri and her return to the Royal Opera House stage in Wayne McGregor’s Woolf Works

29 April 2015

The Italian dancer began her career with The Royal Ballet and returns to create the role of Virginia Woolf/Clarissa Dalloway in Wayne McGregor’s first full-length ballet for the Company.

MacMillan’s Dances of Death: Pushing the boundaries

30 March 2015

The great 20th-century choreographer broke all kind of taboos, including depicting death and loss – creating some of ballet’s most moving, and uplifting, works.

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