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Articles tagged with "Viscera / Afternoon of a Faun / Tchaikovsky pas de deux / Carmen"

Your Reaction: Carmen, Tchaikovsky Pas de deux, Afternoon of a Faun and Viscera live in cinemas

12 November 2015

What did you think of the relay of The Royal Ballet's mixed programme featuring Carlos Acosta's latest ballet?

Watch: Members of the cast and creative teams on Viscera, Afternoon of a Faun, Tchaikovsky Pas de deux and Carmen

12 November 2015

Backstage films from the live relay of The Royal Ballet's latest Mixed Programme including rehearsal footage and exclusive interviews.

Watch: Classic clips featuring Carlos Acosta

12 November 2015

As the curtain comes down on his new Carmen, we’d like to hear your memories of Carlos Acosta’s 17 years with The Royal Ballet.

Composer Lowell Liebermann on Liam Scarlett’s Viscera and Frankenstein: ‘A Collaborative Process’

5 November 2015

The acclaimed American composer speaks about seeing his music choreographed and the process of writing his first original score for ballet.

Your Reaction: Viscera / Afternoon of a Faun / Tchaikovsky Pas de deux / Carmen

27 October 2015

What did you think of The Royal Ballet's Mixed Programme featuring the world premiere of Carlos Acosta's new Carmen?

Tchaikovsky Pas de deux Dance highlight: A thrilling, virtuoso dance for two

26 October 2015

The entire short work is a highlight in George Balanchine’s exuberant and demanding pas de deux, set to rediscovered music by Tchaikovsky.

Ballet Essentials: Viscera / Afternoon of a Faun / Tchaikovsky Pas de deux / Carmen

20 October 2015

Our quick introduction to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme of 20th-century American classics and vibrant new works, including the world premiere of Carlos Acosta’s Carmen.

Viscera Dance Highlight: The final movement

13 October 2015

The third movement of Liam Scarlett’s transatlantic ballet feeds off the excitement and velocity of the Liebermann piano concerto that inspired it.

New book to celebrate Carlos Acosta's 17 years with The Royal Ballet

19 August 2015

Book to feature more than one hundred and fifty photos giving a unique retrospective of our Guest Principal dancer’s career.

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