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Articles tagged with "Photography"

#BalletBeauty InstaMeet: Exclusive pictures inside the Royal Ballet dressing rooms

2 June 2016

Six Instagrammers and make-up artists spent time with dancers of The Royal Ballet to capture their getting-ready routines.

14 of the best dance Instagram accounts to follow

29 April 2016

Get backstage with the world’s best dancers and companies by following them on the photo sharing app.

Gallery: Portraits of Royal Ballet dancers by photographer Rick Guest

29 December 2015

A new exhibition and two new books focus on what it takes to be a ballet dancer.

Behind the image: Nineteenth-century photographic technique captures ‘that moment of intensity post-performance’

9 July 2015

Images for the 2015/16 Season taken with a nineteenth-century tintype camera to reflect the demands and passions of performance on stage.

ROH Collections Item of the Month: Photos of early Royal Ballet Tours to the USA and Canada

3 June 2015

This new donation from a former horn player with the ROH Orchestra gives a glimpse into life on The Royal Ballet’s 1949 and 1953 tours.

ROH Collections Item of the Month: Donald Southern’s starry photographs of La bohème

15 May 2015

Over 41 years, all the greats – including Plácido Domingo, Kiri Te Kanawa and Luciano Pavarotti – have performed in John Copley’s classic production.

Exhibition of photographs of dancers now open at the ROH

16 September 2014

Images from Andrej Uspenski's book 'Dancers: Behind the Scenes with The Royal Ballet' are now on display in our Amphitheatre Restaurant.

Your photos: The Royal Opera House on Instagram (Spring 2014)

18 April 2014

A selection of our favourite recent photos of Covent Garden.

Steven McRae the subject of a new book with photographs by Andrej Uspenski

9 April 2014

'Steven McRae: Dancer in the Fast Lane' offers a revealing insight into the life of a Royal Ballet Principal.

Gallery: Rehearsals for The Winter's Tale 2014

3 April 2014

Christopher Wheeldon's new work is The Royal Ballet’s first full-length Shakespeare adaptation for almost 50 years.



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