19 May 2017 at 12.55pm | 22 Comments
— Philip Kyle (@philipjkyle) May 18, 2017
Symphonic dances visually strong. Zen's moves in that dress - more than equal to any cape swishing we've seen #ROHsymphonicmixed
— C Haydon (@cohaydo) May 18, 2017
Symphonic Dances choreography runs out of inspiration quite quickly. Not helped by the choice of music, though. #rohsymphonicmixed
— Michael Potter (@MichaelPotter) May 18, 2017
#ROHsymphonicmixed was fab apart from strapless which was as dull as I remembered from last time
— Emma Stewart (@EmmaStewart21) May 18, 2017
Hayward and Sambé in Tarantella were a heartwarmingly glorious ray of sunshine on a damp gloomy day. Sensational. #ROHsymphonicmixed
— Andrew Clark (@AndrewClarkArch) May 18, 2017
Incredible and hugely deserved curtain call for Zen tonight. What a ⭐️ you'll be missed #ROHsymphonicmixed
— Alex (@booshkla) May 18, 2017
— Anja Naumann (@asmnaumann) May 18, 2017
Amazing programme tonight. A wide range to suit all tastes. Strapless very emotional. #ROHsymphonicmixed
— Lynn Thomas (@Lynnovate) May 18, 2017
#ROHsymphonicmixed hugely impressive new Scarlett ballet, especially the exquisite central movement. Zenaida majestic
— Michael Llewellyn (@michael456789) May 18, 2017
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The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude / Tarantella / Strapless / Symphonic Dances runs until 31 May 2017. Tickets are still available.
The productions are staged with generous philanthropic support from The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund, with additional philanthropic support from the JP Jacobs Charitable Trust.
Symphonic Dances: Generous philanthropic support from Thomas and Deirdre Lynch, Simon and Virginia Robertson, Lady Robey, The Constance Travis Charitable Trust in memory of Leslie Edwards, and the Symphonic Dances Production Syndicate.
Strapless: Generous philanthropic support from Kenneth and Susan Green and Mr and Mrs Edward Atkin CBE