7 February 2017
The disparate music grouped together as ‘minimalism’ has inspired numerous dance works, and is more diverse than might initially be imagined.
29 January 2017
Now one of the world's most celebrated artists, the composer made ends meet with stints as a taxi driver and removal man.
27 January 2017
The choreographer and director talks Cocteau, Glass and the power of great art in his dance-theatre production.
24 January 2017
Under-appreciated for centuries, the countertenor now storms the operatic stage.
17 January 2017
Our quick introduction to this remarkable multimedia work, inspired by Cocteau’s iconic novel.
11 January 2017
Get an exclusive glimpse into choreographer Javier De Frutos's new production of Philip Glass's dance-opera.
29 September 2016
The late composer's only opera will tour the UK in a new co-production with London Philharmonic Orchestra and Leicester's Curve theatre.
24 April 2016
As the London Marathon takes place, take a look at the longest works in the operatic repertory.
Divertissements Ballet Essentials: A guide to short works performed by The Royal Ballet on their 2015 US Tour
15 June 2015
The Company’s selection includes classic works by Ashton and MacMillan, an award-winning recent work by Wheeldon and new piece from within the Company.
10 October 2014
The American composer tells BBC Radio 4 why audiences shouldn't worry about musical theory, and the importance of government funding.