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Articles tagged with "Wayne McGregor"

Ballet Essentials: Woolf Works

12 November 2016

Our quick guide to Wayne McGregor's first full-length ballet for The Royal Ballet, inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.

Woolf Works Dance Highlight: Pas de deux of reminiscence in ‘I Now, I Then’

10 November 2016

Wayne McGregor embraces classical lyricism in the first movement of his ballet triptych inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf.

‘A rare and incredible gift’ – Young choreographers on being mentored by Wayne McGregor

10 November 2016

Four up-and-coming artists speak about McGregor’s championing of the next generation of dancemakers.

Listen: Steve Reich on the universal power of music

9 November 2016

The great American composer speaks about his score for Wayne McGregor’s ballet Multiverse.

Ballet Essentials: New works by Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet

7 November 2016

Our quick introduction to this programme of new works by young choreographers who have been mentored by Wayne McGregor.

Wayne McGregor’s Chroma dance highlight: ‘The Hardest Button to Button’

25 October 2016

In 2006, the future Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet made history by ripping up the rulebook of classical dance with a piece set to music by The White Stripes.

Watch: Insights into Wayne McGregor’s brand new ballet Multiverse

14 October 2016

Watch the choreographer offer an exclusive glimpse of his new ballet, set to an original score by Steve Reich.

When cameras meet dancers: Stunning photos of Royal Ballet dancers taken around London

13 October 2016

Jacob Jonas photographs The Royal Ballet's Francesca Hayward and Solomon Golding for a #camerasanddancers Instameet.

‘Dance should express something words can’t’: Young choreographer Robert Binet on why great art should challenge

6 October 2016

The Canadian choreographer on working with Wayne McGregor and carving out a style of his own.

How the Royal Opera House became the world’s most elegant pop venue

20 July 2016

Move over, opera and ballet – pop is no stranger to the Covent Garden stage.

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