Your reaction: Rhapsody / Tetractys - The Art of Fugue / Gloria
What did you think of the Ashton / McGregor / MacMillan mixed programme?
8 February 2014 at 5.40pm | 8 Comments
Tetractys – The Art of Fugue
Paul Kay, Steven McRae and Sarah Lamb in Tetractys – The Art of Fugue, The Royal Ballet © ROH / Johan Persson, 2014
art of fugue – fluid, inventive, imaginative. De Valois, Ashton, lambert, Macmillan et al would be proud
— Imogen Knight (@ImogenDances) February 7, 2014
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) February 7, 2014
Tetractys brilliant but lost on audience that wants 'Midsomer – The Ballet' with Pam Ferris as Principal
— Matthew Temple (@MatthewTemple7) February 7, 2014
Steven McCrae EVEN more brilliant than usual, in Rhapsody. He's got great range but also very precise and neat, love him.
— Sarah Ludford MEP (@SarahLudfordMEP) February 7, 2014
— Ellie Sharpe (@elliesharpe) February 8, 2014
— Moonbootica (@Moonbootica) February 8, 2014
So whilst I was in tears as Ed went 'over The Top', people behind me laughed. I Have a hunch they didn't get the symbolism. #ROHGloria
— Margaret B (@MMB_1990) February 8, 2014
Wonderful #ROHGloria this afternoon!
— Rachel Holland (@LowerSlipsGirl) February 8, 2014
Loved #ROHgloria. Great performances all round.
— Gill Dunn (@gilltweet) February 8, 2014
Tetractys – The Art of Fugue is supported by Outset in partnership with The Luxury Collection, and staged with generous philanthropic support from David Hancock, Linda and Philip Harley and two anonymous donors.
Gloria is staged with generous philanthropic support from Richard and Delia Baker.