21 April 2017
The otherworldly instrument that paved the way for the synthesizer explosion has seduced everyone from Messiaen to Radiohead.
28 March 2017
Cio-Cio-San’s much-loved aria is a perfect and painful encapsulation of the tragedy at the opera’s heart.
7 March 2017
Videos from international dance companies give an insight into what makes this pioneering British choreographer so exciting.
24 February 2017
Several world-class choreographers began their training with The Royal Ballet School – how do they grow the dance-makers of the future?
1 February 2017
Covent Garden’s production of Cilea’s best-known work features a spectacular working model in homage to a golden age of theatre.
Listen: Koen Kessels on the power of orchestras – ‘New music is one of the ways to bring about evolution in our society’
30 January 2017
The Music Director of The Royal Ballet shares his tips for young composers and speaks about the opportunities and challenges of commissioning new music for dance.
24 January 2017
Benjamin and playwright Martin Crimp make dramatic alchemy, as devices that distance the audience paradoxically build to potent music drama.
17 January 2017
Our quick introduction to this remarkable multimedia work, inspired by Cocteau’s iconic novel.
17 January 2017
Share the joy in ZooNation’s infectious, hip-hop celebration of embracing all the things that make us who we are.
23 December 2016
The Kingdom of Sweets is an integral part of this much-loved festive ballet, but it changes from Nutcracker to Nutcracker.