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            New York City Ballet in Justin Peck’s Rotunda.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Classic NYCB II bill with new Justin Peck – New York

            ★★★   In the last week of its winter season, New York City Ballet unveiled a new work by its resident choreographer, Justin Peck, to a score by the popular neo-Minimalist composer Nico Muhly. It was a 青海福彩app官方下载coming of sorts for Peck…

            Lauren Cuthbertson and Marcelino Sambé in The Cellist.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            The Royal Ballet – The Cellist (premiere), Dances at a Gathering – London

            ★★★   In The Cellist, Cathy Marston has taken on a challenging subject for her first commission for the Royal Opera House stage: the real-life story of a much-loved musician Jacqueline Du Pré…

            Lauren Cuthbertson and Marcelino Sambé in The Cellist.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Royal Ballet in The Cellist and Dances at a Gathering

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            Trey McIntyre.(c) Kyle Morck. (Click image for larger version)

            Interview: Trey McIntyre on creating The Big Hunger for San Francisco Ballet

            Trey McIntyre talks to Claudia Bauer about creating “The Big Hunger” for San Francisco Ballet – to some particularly devilish Prokofiev it explores the little and big hungers of life and is premiered this week, on 13 February 青海福彩app官方下载.

            Adrian Danchig-Waring, Jovani Furlan, Teresa Reichlen in Robbins’ Concertino.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Classic NYCB I including Haieff Divertimento & Episodes – New York

            ★★★★   The four ballets make for a slightly over-long evening (both Episodes and Rodeo are substantial works). But it’s a small price to pay for seeing these rarities back onstage.

            Megan Fairchild and NYCB in Ratmansky’s Voices.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Voices (new Ratmansky), and New Combinations bill – New York

            ★★★★   There was always something new around the corner, a surprising shape, a witty step, an unlikely transition. It’s clear that Ratmansky felt liberated by the unusual structure and soundscape…

            Bijayini Satpathy in the Kalpana bill.(c) Anubhava. (Click image for larger version)

            Some Memorable Performances of 2019 – New York

            I don’t really believe in lists, but it’s admittedly fun to look back over the year and reflect on moments that have stayed with me. So here they are, in no particular order…

            Houston Ballet in Justin Peck’s Reflections.(c) Amitava Sarkar. (Click image for larger version)

            Houston Ballet – The Letter V, Come In, Reflections – New York

            ★★★★★   Houston Ballet is a prime example of what a 21st century ballet company should look like: diverse, dynamic and accomplished.

            Adrian Danchig-Waring and Unity Phelan in Robbins’ Dances at a Gathering.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Dances at a Gathering, Everywhere We Go – New York

            ★★★   Robbins’ response to Chopin (in Dances at a Gathering) is also extraordinary: sensitive, simple, vulnerable, direct, un-fussy.

            Gretchen Smith and Indiana Woodward in Pam Tanowitz’s Bartók Ballet.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Spring Gala: Bright, Bartók Ballet, Tchaikovsky Suite No. 3 – New York

            ★★★   In Bartók Ballet, which coexists but does not comment on the music, the dancers explore a huge range of steps and quotations…

            Ruth Brill.(c) courtesy Birmingham Royal Ballet. (Click image for larger version)

            5 Questions to choreographer Ruth Brill, about to unveil ‘Peter & The Wolf’ for Birmingham Royal Ballet

            We quickly catch up with choreographer Ruth Brill about her latest work for BRB, how she creates and what else she is up to… she’s a busy bee!

            Ivan Putrov in Ashton's Dance of the Blessed Spirits.(c) Elliott Franks. (Click image for larger version)

            Ivan Putrov – Against the Stream – London

            ★★★★   Putov brought together remarkable performers whom we long to see again, and left us wanting more…

            Sterling Hyltin and Gonzalo Garcia in Jerome Robbins’ Opus 19/The Dreamer.(c) Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Balanchine, Robbins & Reisen quad bill – Washington

            ★★★   Opus 19 feels at once nostalgic, mysterious and dreamy…

            Javier Andreu and Aaron Venegas in Laplane's Dextera.(c) Andy Ross. (Click image for larger version)

            Scottish Ballet – Dextera, Elite Syncopations – Inverness

            ★★★★   It’s the company’s 50th Anniversary season and rather than start it, as you might expect, in Glasgow or Edinburgh, they opened in Scotland’s most northerly city, Inverness, with a special premiere and a full-on party for all.

            Ivan Putrov.(c) Johan Persson. (Click image for larger version)

            Ivan Putrov on his latest night of ballet – Against the Stream

            Ivan Putrov’s latest project, Against the Stream, gets its premiere on Sunday 7 April 2019 at the London Coliseum. Jann Parry finds out all about it…

            Lauren Strongin and Joseph Walsh in Scarlett's Die Toteninsel.(c) Erik Tomasson. (Click image for larger version)

            San Francisco Ballet – Die Toteninsel (premiere), Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes, Bj"ork Ballet – San Francisco

            ★★★   Liam Scarlett has great taste in dancers. For the 29 March world premiere of Die Toteninsel, his fourth commission for San Francisco Ballet, the British choreographer chose the lyrical and athletic principal Joseph Walsh and soloist Lauren Strongin…

            New York City Ballet in Liebeslieder Walzer.(c) Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Prodigal Son, Liebeslieder Walzer – New York

            ★★★   Liebeslieder Walzer is one of the most precious of all Balanchine’s ballets; within its fifty-minute span it seems to contain a world of emotion, both profound and infinitely civilized.

            Sara Mearns and Jared Angle in Jerome Robbins' In the Night.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Robbins bill: Interplay, In the Night, N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz – New York

            ★★★   There was virtually nothing to fault with “In the Night” on Saturday — each couple was well matched, and Robbins’ unique capacity to imbue classical form with the richness of human experience again seems unparalleled

            San Francisco Ballet in Millepied's Appassionata.(c) Erik Tomasson. (Click image for larger version)

            San Francisco Ballet – Divertimento No. 15, Appassionata, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming – San Francisco

            ★★★★   A triple bill joining George Balanchine’s Divertimento No. 15, the San Francisco Ballet premiere of Benjamin Millepied’s Appassionata and Justin Peck’s Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming.

            Tiler Peck, Indiana Woodward, Brittany Pollack and Taylor Stanley in George Balanchine's Apollo.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Apollo, Orpheus, Agon – New York

            ★★★★   There has been a generational shift at New York City Ballet, that much was clear last night in a program of Stravinsky ballets that included two major débuts and several smaller ones…

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