Maria Kowroski leads us into the inner world she creates to dance in VIENNA WALTZES, choreographed by George Balanchine.
People are dancing all around the world, especially on April 29th every year – the International Dance Day! Nacho Duato sends you a message and wishes everybody a moving day of dance!
According to legend, it must have been a dark winter day in the late 1960s, on which George Balanchine was swept away by sparkling jewelry, which he saw in a shop window on New York’s fancy 5th Avenue. And what did the successful choreographer do? Rather than simply to buy the beautiful diamonds, rubies, and… Continue reading Kévin Pouzou and Marian Walter watching Shoko Nakamura’s costume fitting
Adrian Danchig-Waring walks us through the electrifying silence of Moves’ “angry pas de deux,” choreographed by Jerome Robbins.
Roma communities in Europe face regular discrimination, as many Europeans don’t believe they are capable of integrating. But one young man in the German city of Wuppertal has managed to break the boundaries of prejudice common stereotypes.
Ballet dancers go deep in an abandoned swimming pool Scottish Ballet dancers Madeline Squire and Javier Andreu follow each other through the emptied Govanhill Baths in the south side of Glasgow, performing a high-energy piece originally created for four dancers, and choreographed for the screen by Sophie Laplane. With original music by British-born, Boston-based electro… Continue reading “Maze” by Eve McConnachie
An inspired mash-up of classic dance performances from the 1980s, including “Flashdance,” “Thriller” and “Footloose.”
Video recorded at John Cranko Schule in Stuttgart by Leda Šeparović.
The Washington Ballet presents Carmina Burana with George Balanchine’s Theme and Variations April 13-17 at the Kennedy Center. Visit washingtonballet.org for tickets.