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Articles tagged with "tarantella"

Your Reaction: The Royal Ballet's programme of four works 2017

19 May 2017

Audience and press reviews of The Royal Ballet's collection of pieces by Forsythe, Balanchine, Wheeldon and Scarlett.

‘One huge grin’: dancing George Balanchine’s showpiece ballet Tarantella

12 May 2017

Balanchine’s virtuoso pas de deux blends Italian folk dance with syncopated sass in this deliriously entertaining whirlwind of a ballet.

Ballet Essentials: The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude / Tarantella / Strapless / Symphonic Dances

8 May 2017

Our quick guide to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme.

The Dance of Death: In art, ballet can be very bad for your health

10 January 2014

The association between dancing and death stretches well beyond Hilarion's horrifying demise in Giselle.

Les Vêpres siciliennes: Verdi's first grand opera

15 October 2013

A look at the opera as part of a distinguished operatic tradition.

'I am a cloud in trousers': the sayings of George Balanchine

25 April 2013

From the damning to the indecipherable, a look at Balanchineisms.