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Articles tagged with "Wayne McGregor"

'Full of imagination and pain and beauty': Exploring human relationships through dance in Woolf Works

9 February 2017

Wayne McGregor, Max Richter and Alessandra Ferri reveal the literary and human inspirations behind Woolf Works.

Woolf Works to be relayed live to cinemas on 8 February 2017

3 February 2017

Wayne McGregor’s stunning ballet, inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf, will be live on silver screens around the world.

Wayne McGregor on Desert Island Discs: Dance is as important as maths

30 January 2017

The Royal Ballet's celebrated choreographer chooses his music, book and luxury item on the iconic BBC Radio 4 programme.

Watch: Woolf Works Insight 2017

11 January 2017

Find out how Wayne McGregor adapted Virginia Woolf's writings for ballet, and get a closer look at the choreography.

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.

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