16 April 2018 at 5.57pm | 1 Comment
#ROHobsidiantriple loved seeing the triple bill tonight. Obsidian Tear made me think hard about the relationship between music and dance.
— McAlpine Dance (@LouisaMcAlpine1) April 14, 2018
There's a hint of Rite of Spring in the beautiful, brutal Obsidian Tear @WayneMcGregor But what is being sacrificed here, I think, is human connection, love. I was so moved by Matthew Ball and Calvin Richardson. #ROHObsidiantriple
— Thelma Agnew (@ThelmaAgnew) April 15, 2018
— Mark Pullinger (@larkingrumple) April 14, 2018
Ferri and Bonelli partnership worked wonders as Marguerite and Armand, every move had a meaning, every look a feeling #ROHObsidianTriple
— Sebastian (@Sebastian_G_A) April 14, 2018
Ferri can express a lifetime of emotion in a simple arm movement, such pain, ecstasy and passion! #ROHobsidiantriple
— Jeremy Fielding (@jezfielding) April 14, 2018
Oh my good lord, I've just wept all the way through Marguerite and Armand - heartbroken for Bonelli ????????????????????????????????????????????????#ROHObsidiantriple
— ????Princess Anna ????????❄️ (@mrsspanner) April 14, 2018
— Emma E A Carragher (@pinkalarmclock) April 15, 2018
Thank the goddess: no other dancer makes me enjoy Ashton’s Marguerite & Armand, but Alessandra Ferri’s fragility, grace & infinite subtlety touch my soul. Every meeting with Bonelli is a masterpiece of emotions. Ballet that is so much more than gymnastics. #ROHObsidianTriple pic.twitter.com/y1vrEkBP2k
— Attila (@attilalondon) April 14, 2018
Where else but @TheRoyalBallet would one guy - the splendid Robert Clark - get to play the Liszt B Minor Piano Sonata and then lead a ragtime band for half an hour... twice in one day? #ROHobsidiantriple
— Ruth Elleson (@RuthElleson) April 14, 2018
What did you think of Obsidian Tear / Marguerite and Armand / Elite Syncopations?
Let us know via the comments below.
Obsidian Tear / Marguerite and Armand / Elite Syncopations runs until 11 May. Tickets are still available.
Obsidian Tear is a co-production between The Royal Ballet and Boston Ballet and is staged with generous philanthropic support from Linda and Philip Harley, Victoria Robey and an anonymous donor.
Marguerite and Armand is staged with generous philanthropic support from Aud Jebsen and Lindsay and Sarah Tomlinson
Elite Syncopations is staged with generous philanthropic support from Lindsay and Sarah Tomlinson, Richard and Delia Baker and Peter Lloyd.