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Royal Ballet Yearbook 2012/13

Royal Ballet Yearbook 2012/13

The new edition for the 2012/13 season will bring all ballet lovers up to date with the latest activities, performances and company news from the prestigious Royal Ballet
£17.50

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The new edition of the Royal Ballet Yearbook follows on from the success of the previous editions. The 2011/12 edition was hailed as “a multi‐faceted account of what this great company stands for, where it’s coming from and where it’s going “ The Stage and “a handsome volume” that is “second to none in terms of beautiful presentation” Dance Europe, this new edition will be equally essential to all Royal Ballet fans.

The new edition for the 2012/13 season will bring all ballet lovers up to date with the latest activities, performances and company news from the prestigious Royal Ballet. Featuring lavish photographs of last Season’s performances, a special preview of the new Season and lively and informative articles, the Yearbook is a richly illustrated companion to The Royal Ballet, its history, repertory, dancers and staff. Packed full of beautiful photographs, exclusive insider insights and a preview of the new Season, this is one ballet book that is not to be missed!

Published: Sep 2011

Binding: Paperback

Page extent: 96

Categories:

Books > Ballet

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