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            Natalia Osipova in Onegin.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – Onegin – London

            ★★★★   The ballet works as a conflicted love story centred on the heroine, Tatiana. When Natalia Osipova dances the role, she brings 青海福彩app官方下载 how Russian the character is.

            Isaac Hernandez, Shiori Kase, Joseph Caley & ENB artists in Harold Lander's Etudes.(c) Bill Cooper. (Click image for larger version)

            English National Ballet – 70th Anniversary Gala – London

            ★★★★   For those of us that have been involved with the company, no matter how small a part, it is clear that the ‘happy family’ that is English National Ballet, reveres and appreciates all who have been part of its 70 year existence.

            Yuan Yuan Tan and Vitor Luiz in pas de deux from Possokhov's Bells.(c) Erik Tomasson. (Click image for larger version)

            San Francisco Ballet – Opening Night Gala – San Francisco

            ★★★★   ‘Spellbound’ delivered in every regard – opulent grandeur, terrific people watching and above all, marvelous dance.

            San Francisco Ballet in London: Jennifer Stahl in Snowblind by Cathy Marston. (c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Some Memorable Performances of 2019 – London

            Lynette Halewood with some reflections on London dance performances over the last year – the good and the less good…

            Edward Watson and Olga Smirnova in McGregor + Mugler.(c) Sasha Gusov. (Click image for larger version)

            MuzArts – Radio & Juliet, Faun, McGregor + Mugler – London

            ★★   There was certainly some spectacle and some good dancing, and not just from the big stars. However, the most heavily promoted piece and world premiere was an excruciating fifteen minutes of disappointment…

            Joseph Gordon and David Hallberg in Maurice Béjart's Song of a Wayfarer.(c) Maria Baranova. (Click image for larger version)

            RB, ABT, NYCB & NYTB dancers at the Joyce Ballet Festival – Prog C, curated by Jean-Marc Puissant – New York

            ★★★★   Starwise, Bejart’s Wayfarer bumps this program from two stars to four.

            Cordelia Braithwaite and Paris Fitzpatrick in Romeo and Juliet.(c) Johan Persson. (Click image for larger version)

            New Adventures – Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet – London

            ★★★   Our setting is the Verona Institute in the near future. Here disturbed young people have been locked up for an opaque purpose under the eye of a sadistic jailer… A traumatised Juliet meets a troubled Romeo, and it ends as badly as you might expect.

            Olga Smirnova in Swan Lake.(c) Damir Yusupov. (Click image for larger version)

            The Bolshoi Ballet in London, Summer 2019 – All you need to know (and more!)

            The Bolshoi Ballet are in London this summer with Spartacus, Swan Lake, The Bright Stream and Don Quixote. One of the world’s greatest companies, here are Jann Parry’s thoughts on an important visit…

            Ben Duke and Solene Weinachter in Juliet & Romeo.(c) Jane Hobson. (Click image for larger version)

            Lost Dog – Juliet & Romeo – London

            ★★★★   Juliet and Romeo is a clever work on many different levels.

            Margot Fonteyn as Ondine, 1958.(c) Roger Wood, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – Margot Fonteyn, A Celebration – London

            ★★★★   The Royal Ballet did themselves a lot of good with the last new bill of the season – a one-off celebration of Margot Fonteyn. There was much to be reminded of and be proud of.

            Natalia Osipova in the film Force of Nature Natalia.(c) Justine Waddell, Asterisk Films. (Click image for larger version)

            Natalia Osipova Film – A Force of Nature Natalia

            ★★★★★   This is a superbly made film… It draws a portrait of a supreme artist, a woman with exceptional humility, all sensitively handled with warmth and humour.

            Meaghan Grace Hinkis.(c) Andrej Uspenski. (Click image for larger version)

            5 Questions to Meaghan Grace Hinkis, Royal Ballet Soloist

            Meaghan Grace Hinkis, the Royal Ballet soloist, is about to make her debut as Vera in Frederick Ashton’s “A Month in the Country”. 5 quick questions about that and her dancing life…

            Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside in The Seasons.(c) Marty Sohl. (Click image for larger version)

            American Ballet Theatre – Gala with The Seasons premiere + Ratmansky Trio bill – New York

            ★★★★   It’s impossible not to be impressed by the range of these works, from introspective and conversational (Symposium) to brilliantly classical (The Seasons) to dramatic (Dnieper).

            Carlos Acosta CBE with Dance Section Charirman Graham Watts (left) and Mark Shenton, President of the Critics Circle.(c) Peter Hogan. (Click image for larger version)

            Carlos Acosta splendidly summed up as he collects his Critics’ Circle 青海福彩app官方下载 to the Arts award

            I was at the recent Critics’ Circle lunch when Carlos Acosta won his latest award and was struck by Graham Watts citation – it seemed to splendidly sum up Carlos, both the man and his illustrious career… and why exactly we all admire him. BM, Ed.

            Natalia Osipova and David Hallberg in Ratmansky’s Valse Triste.(c) Johan Persson. (Click image for larger version)

            Natalia Osipova – Pure Dance bill – New York

            ★★★   So, is Pure Dance a success? It depends on what you’re looking for. Osipova is as exciting, and as powerful, a dancer as ever. Among the commissions, only Valse Triste and Flutter are worthy of further exploration…

            Lauren Cuthbertson and Matthew Ball in Romeo and Juliet.(c) Helen Maybanks. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – Romeo and Juliet – London

            ★★★   Somehow, still at the start of the run, the production seems sanitised, nicely ‘English’ in spite of Nicholas Georgiadis’s imposing Italian Renaissance sets and costumes. Different casts yet to come might bring fresh discoveries…

            Annette Page in Cinderella.(c) Roy Round, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Annette Page: Tribute to a Ballerina

            This programme celebrated Annette Page’s career with the Royal Ballet and supported the Motor Neurone Disease Association. She died at the age of 84 of MND, a cruel disease for a former dancer and an articulate, witty woman…

            Thomas Bieszka in In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Memorable Performances of 2018 – London

            Semperoper Ballett Dresden were another new visitor in the summer, with a programme of Forsythe works, some not seen here before. But Forsythe is a theme this year in himself.

            Yasmine Naghdi and Matthew Ball in The Unknown Soldier.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – The Unknown Soldier (premiere), Infra, Symphony in C – London

            ★★★   If The Unknown Soldier is dispiritingly low-key, Wayne McGregor’s Infra remains assertively bold…

            Mayara Magri makes her debut as Gamzatti in La Bayadere on 14th November 2018.(c) and courtesy The Royal Ballet. (Click image for larger version)

            Interview: Mayara Magri, First Soloist, The Royal Ballet

            Jann Parry talks to the recently promoted Mayara Magri at an important time – she is about to make her debut as Gamzatti in The Royal Ballet’s production of La Bayadere – her first major and leading role in the company she joined 6 years ago…

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