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Articles tagged with "Flight Pattern"

Your Reaction: What did you think of The Royal Ballet's Within the Golden Hour / Medusa / Flight Pattern live in cinemas?

16 May 2019

The Royal Ballet's new triple bill featuring work by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Crystal Pite and Christopher Wheeldon was relayed live to cinemas around the world.

Olivier Awards 2018: The Royal Ballet's Flight Pattern and The Royal Opera's Semiramide win

9 April 2018

The Royal Opera House won three awards at this year's ceremony.

Royal Opera House 2018/19 Season announced

20 March 2018

The Royal Ballet and Royal Opera's programme for the coming Season include world premieres, major new productions and classic revivals.

Listen: Behind the scenes at The Royal Ballet with Crystal Pite

2 August 2017

BBC Radio 4 documented the creative process with the choreographer during rehearsals for her Royal Ballet debut, Flight Pattern

Listen: Crystal Pite on why dance is a universal language

27 April 2017

The award-winning choreographer talks about the influence of William Forsythe and the power of her art form.

What makes a good dance score?

11 April 2017

Graceful Tchaikovsky, vivacious Stravinsky, angular minimalist music - or something else? We explore what makes the best music for ballet and beyond.

Watch: 6 innovative dance works by Crystal Pite

16 March 2017

Combining elements of classical ballet with a powerful sense of drama, Pite is one of today’s most talked-about choreographers.

Ballet Essentials: The Human Seasons / After the Rain / Flight Pattern

2 March 2017

Our quick introduction to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme of compelling contemporary ballet.

Watch: Rehearsals for Crystal Pite’s new ballet

9 February 2017

The acclaimed Canadian choreographer offers insights into her debut Royal Ballet production ahead of its world premiere.

Minimalism to the max: Why choreographers love minimalist music

7 February 2017

The disparate music grouped together as ‘minimalism’ has inspired numerous dance works, and is more diverse than might initially be imagined.