Month: January 2014
Emotional Blog Video from 2014 Prix de Lausanne
During the 2014 Prix de Lausanne, internet users are given the opportunity to follow some of the candidates through a daily videoblog. They show a different, more intimate vision of their lives during the week of the Prix.
Japanese ballet students in Stuttgart
Chinese ballerina on the package of soya drink
[via Nagisa Hatano]
Prix de Lausanne 2014
View 37 photos from registration day here.
Ballerinas advertising Coca-Cola
[via Morten Sanggaard]
Ballerina Patricia Zhou featured on Adidas My Girls
From the Adidas web site: From the moment she wakes up until she goes to sleep at night, Patti Zhou has ballet on her mind. In between, you’ll find her training, at least four hours of ballet class every day. Plies, tondus and pirouettes: it’s a routine she’s honed over time through hard work and… Continue reading Ballerina Patricia Zhou featured on Adidas My Girls
Viktor & Rolf Fashion Show
Viktor & Rolf Haute Couture s/s 2014.
Malakhov & Friends – The Final Ballet Gala
In the great, international world of ballet, gala events play an important role: they are a meeting place for the elite of the dance world; they are glamorous social events, and they serve as a melting pot for the new and the traditional, for young talent and big stars. Many trends which have shaped the… Continue reading Malakhov & Friends – The Final Ballet Gala
Baryshnikov Plans Fund-Raising for Cage and Cunningham
Mikhail Baryshnikov, the founder and artistic director of the Baryshnikov Arts Center, is opening a campaign to raise $1 million for artistic fellowships named for the composer John Cage (1912-92) and the choreographer Merce Cunningham (1919-2009). The effort, to be announced on Thursday, is intended to give artists a place to work, specifically in Studio… Continue reading Baryshnikov Plans Fund-Raising for Cage and Cunningham