16 March 2018 at 12.01pm | 18 Comments
— Gill Dunn (@gilltweet) March 15, 2018
LOVED The Age of Anxiety by @Liam_Scarlett @TheRoyalBallet #ROHbernstein - Sarah Lamb stunning, @Bennet76 spot on, @TristanDyer17 heartbreaking, @ACampbell_1 snazzy and so light on his feet. And Robert Clark on piano dazzling. Bring it on!
— Sarah Kirkup (@SarahBurges37) March 15, 2018
Yugen set in gigantic Muji storages and couldn’t feel the world of 幽玄. Anxiety left me in baffle. I don’t know where choreographers find those unfamiliar words like Corybantic but it was enjoyable. #ROHbernstein
— Yosh M (@yoshkosh10) March 15, 2018
Movement IV of Corybantic Games Aristophanes' tale of love origin and acceptance of all its forms from Plato's Symposium was @chriswheeldon2 most emotional and brilliant for #ROHBernstein @TheRoyalBallet @RoyalOperaHouse
— Ioannis Touras (@itouras) March 15, 2018
#ROHbernstein Age of Anxiety takes a bit of getting into. Having now seen it twice in 2 days it’s growing on me. No small measure due to excellent characterisation by all the main cast @ACampbell_1 @TristanDyer17 @Bennet76 and Sarah Lamb. @Liam_Scarlett
— C J MacPherson (@Playingfootsie) March 15, 2018
— Sarah Crompton (@Sarahc_k) March 15, 2018
— althea efunshile CBE (@altheaefunshile) March 15, 2018
All McGregor ballets should be this length. Loved Yugen! #rohBernstein
— Fedja Hadrovich (@Hadrovich) March 15, 2018
— Ashley Day (@Ashleyday_86) March 15, 2018
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Bernstein Centenary runs until 9 April 2018. Tickets are sold out, although returns may become available, and a limited number will be released each week via Friday Rush.
The mixed programme will be relayed live to cinemas around the world on 27 March 2018. Find your nearest cinema and sign up to our mailing list.
This mixed programme is part of Leonard Bernstein at 100 and Yugen is a co-production with Dutch National Ballet. The mixed programme is staged with generous philanthropic support from The Daniel Katz Gallery, Sarah and Lloyd Dorfman, The Taylor Family Foundation, The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund and the Bernstein Production Syndicate. Yugen is staged with generous philanthropic support from Linda and Philip Harley, Janine Rensch and The ROH Young Philanthropists. Corybantic Games is staged with generous philanthropic support from Kenneth and Susan Green, Mr and Mrs Edward Atkin CBE and Sue Butcher.