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Articles tagged with "Monotones I and II / The Two Pigeons"

Pointes of View: Which rarely-staged ballets would you like to see return to the repertory?

24 November 2015

Following the first performance of The Two Pigeons at the Royal Opera House for 30 years, which forgotten classics would you love to see again?

Your Reaction: Monotones I and II / The Two Pigeons

19 November 2015

What did you think of The Royal Ballet's Mixed Programme of works by Frederick Ashton?

Ballet Essentials: Monotones I and II / The Two Pigeons

13 November 2015

Our quick introduction to this mixed programme of works by Frederick Ashton, Founder Choreographer of The Royal Ballet.

Monotones II Dance Highlight: Complete harmony of choreography and score

10 November 2015

Ashton’s abstract masterpiece subtly reflects the unearthly world of Satie’s hypnotic Trois Gymnopédies.

First Night Revisited: The Royal Ballet's Two Pigeons on 14 February 1961

14 July 2015

A look back at the premiere of Ashton's charming ballet which starred Lynn Seymour, Christopher Gable and two live pigeons with 'excellent manners'.

'One really was the clay': What it was like being in the studio with Frederick Ashton.

18 February 2013

Fascinating insights from ballet greats into the creative process of The Royal Ballet's Founder Choreographer.