Ballet dancers roam Copenhagen’s dark streets in director Jonas Alexander Arnby’s grizzly video for Hess is More’s “Bearsong”.
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Watch the corps de ballet rehearse Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/romeo Kenneth MacMillan poignant setting of Sergey Prokofiev’s classic score draws out the emotional and psychological intensity of the tale. Romeo and Juliet contains three passionate pas de deux: the lovers’ first meeting, the famous balcony scene and the devastating… Continue reading The Royal Ballet: The corps de ballet rehearse Romeo and Juliet
For the first in our new series with London’s Royal Ballet, British director Andrew Margetson profiles the company’s Principal Lauren Cuthbertson, who discusses the incredible obstacles she’s overcome to become one of the world’s best dancers.
A Cinderella Story Ballett von John Neumeier Musik: Sergej Prokofjew Choreografie und Inszenierung: John Neumeier Bühnenbild und Kostüme: Jürgen Rose Dirigent: Simon Hewett Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg Das HAMBURG BALLETT
Corps de Ballet Member Kristen Segin talks about letting loose and bonding with fellow corps members in Jerome Robbins’ iconic “ballet in sneakers”, NY Export: Opus Jazz.
A young girl’s enchanted present leads her on a wonderful adventure in this classic ballet, danced to Tchaikovsky’s glittering score. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/nutcracker
CASTRATI Choreography by Nacho Duato SECUS Choreography by Ohad Naharin PETITE MORT Choreography by Jiří Kylián Fear, vulnerability, passion – the dark extremes of human emotions dominate the three works of the ballet program “Duato | Kylian | Naharin”. While “Castrati” by Nacho Duato revolves around the fear of an aspiring singer before castration, Jiří… Continue reading DUATO | KYLIAN | NAHARIN
Choreographer Justin Peck discusses his new take on Aaron Copland’s famous Rodeo, while Justin’s long time collaborator, Soloist Taylor Stanley, talks about how Justin is challenging the Company’s male dancers in surprising new ways.
The Prix de Lausanne, an international competition for young dancers, is open to young dancers of all nationalities aged 15 to 18 who are not yet professionals.