Results for YAGP Alumni competing in the Moscow International Ballet Competition: Female Junior Category 1st Place: Miko Fogarty 2nd Place: Gisele Bethea 3rd Place: Katherine Higgins Archived footage:
Vladimir Malakhov and members of the company at the press conference. Photos by Luo Xiaoguang.
The ballet isn’t generally known as a place for great humor, but Woody Allen was a cutup at the Youth America Grand Prix Gala, spies said. The “Annie Hall” director and wife Soon-Yi Previn were spotted there as guests at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center last week, along with David and Julia… Continue reading Woody Allen injects humor into the ballet
Here is a Nathaniel Tileston photo from the original cast–Merce dancing with Cathy Kerr in 1980. Another photo of “Duets,” having its San Jose Ballet premiere this weekend–Here are American Ballet Theatre’s Robert La Fosse and Christine Spizzo in 1982.
Rehearsing Roméo and Juliette for the Youth American Grand Prix gala with Marcelo Gomes at the Lincoln Center. Photo: James Bort. Click here for the program: http://bit.ly/14YoduL
Grand Defile Rehearsal 04/14/2013 YAGP 2013 [via Amazing Arts]
The title of the first choreography by Martin Chaix for Ballett am Rhein takes us straight into the ballet studio. On the day of his arrival in Düsseldorf in the autumn of 2009 the dancer and choreographer discovered on the wall of the ballet room the written words. “we were right here!! at the right… Continue reading Martin Chaix – „We were right here!!“ (Premiere tonight)
Premiere, World premiere HALLE AM BERGHAIN Saturday, 04.05.2013 20.00 h 27 – 42 € Further Events: 04 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 22 | 24 | 25 May 2013 Chorography: Nadja Saidakova Xenia Wiest Tim Plegge Music: Henrik Schwarz, Marcel Dettmann & Frank Wiedemann und… Continue reading Shoko Nakamura from the Staatsballett Berlin at the Masse rehearsals
Fang Mengying and Huang Zhen rehearse at the Universal Ballet Company in western Seoul last week. It is the dream of many ballet dancers to pursue a career in France or Russia, home to some of the oldest companies in the world. But some Asian dancers have come to Korea to develop their careers, as… Continue reading Chinese dancers pursue ‘Korean dreams’
The New York Times have published three articles about the Bolshoi acid attack: A dancer at the Bolshoi Ballet and two other men have confessed to carrying out an acid attack in January on the company’s artistic director, Sergei Filin, a crime that gripped Moscow and left one of Russia’s most revered institutions in turmoil,… Continue reading Russian Police Say Dancer and Two Others Confess to Bolshoi Attack