Shoko Nakamura taking a curtain call after the premiere of Rudi Van Dantzig’s Swan Lake in Budapest on April 25th.
The choreography “Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness” by Nacho Duato, was devised in 1999 in collaboration with the city of Weimar, which at that time was the European Capital of Culture. The ballet is dedicated to the composer Johann Sebastian Bach and consists of two parts. The first part, “Multiplicity”, is a choreographic reflection… Continue reading Nacho Duato – Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness (1999)
A story of passion and unrequited love, featuring an alluring fairy and a diabolical witch, Peter Martins’ staging of 19th-century Danish dancer/choreographer August Bournonville’s romantic classic La Sylphide premieres at NYCB’s Spring Gala on May 7, 2015. Additional dates: May 12, 16 Mat, 16 Eve, 17, 23 Mat, 23 Eve, 24. FOR TICKETS: http://www.nycballet.com/lasylphide
Take a look behind-the-scenes of the Joffrey Academy of Dance, The Official School of The Joffrey Ballet.
FEBERHAVNEN (2015) We are in the ruins of the Danish Royal Theatre, in a destroyed and fever ravaged Copenhagen. The surviving ballet dancers are held in an endless dance ritual, watched over by self-proclaimed warlords. The time has come to a standstill. It is 7, 17 or 70 years ago that the Earth’s magnetic poles… Continue reading The controversial performance group Signa producing an experimental ballet at the Danish Royal Theatre
Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 New York Finals pre – competitive men: 3rd Place David Perez En Pro del Talento Veracruzano, MEXICO 2nd Place Brady Farrar Stars Dance Studio, FL, USA 1st Place Itsuku Masuda K.Classic Ballet Studio, JAPAN Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 New York Finals pre – competitive women:… Continue reading Here are the YAGP 2015 winners
The Royal Ballet’s 2015/16 Season has been announced.
Huge congrats to Ako Kondo, who was promoted to principal artist after her performance of Giselle tonight! pic.twitter.com/orSvAmiAK2 — Australian Ballet (@TheAusBallet) April 14, 2015