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Articles tagged with "Ballet"

Watch: Are opera and ballet elitist?

3 April 2013

Highlights from The Big Question debate, held at the Royal Opera House.

Royal Ballet dancer releases book of behind-the-scenes photographs

31 March 2013

Andrej Uspenski's collection reveals the Company over a period of five years.

Brazil Blog #3: Striking the balance between creativity and technique in ballet

26 February 2013

A symposium in Rio looks at what we should focus on when teaching dance.

Blog from Brazil #2: How do we ensure teachers’ own development?

24 February 2013

Our Director of Education on questions raised by a symposium in Rio during a visit by the Ballet and Opera Companies.

Blog from Brazil #1: Can ballet improve children's lives?

21 February 2013

In the first of a series about The Royal Ballet and Royal Opera’s visit to Rio, our Director of Education on the power of dance.

Conducting for ballet: Knowing your pas de chat from your entrechat

4 February 2013

Former Jette Parker Young Artist Dominic Grier's experience of returning to conduct Onegin.

The Bolshoi Ballet returns to Covent Garden for summer 2013

28 January 2013

The Moscow-based company brings a mix of classics and new work.

Watch: The Nutcracker in rehearsal

4 December 2012

Jonathan Cope and Lesley Collier coach Fumi Kaneko and Nehemiah Kish in the Sugar Plum Fairy pas de deux.

Exploring the origins of Eugene Onegin and Onegin

25 November 2012

We look at an opera and a ballet inspired by Pushkin's story.

Welcome to our Student Ambassadors for 2012/13

9 November 2012

This season sees the debut of an exciting new initiative.

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