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            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…

            Zeleidy Crespo and Carlos Luis Blanco in Juliano Nunes's Mundo Interpretado.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Acosta Danza – Up Close bill – London

            ★★★   This was indeed a case of Up Close and personal with five intimate pieces variously dosed with Cuban fire and flair…

            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…

            Acosta Danza in Juliano Nunes's Mundo Interpretado.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Acosta Danza in Up Close: Mundo Interpretado and Two

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            Cathy Marston.(c) Clare Park. (Click image for larger version)

            Cathy Marston on The Cellist & Mrs. Robinson – new works for The Royal Ballet & San Francisco Ballet

            In the next two months Cathy Marston has premieres at The Royal Ballet (17 February) and San Francisco Ballet (24 March) – Jann Parry talks to Marston about the inspiration and making of two special works…

            Guillaume Quéau, Edit Domoszlai, Daniel Davidson and Juan Gil in Aisha and Abhaya.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, ROH and Rambert. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Rambert in Aisha and Abhaya

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            Rambert in Aisha and Abhaya.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, ROH and Rambert. (Click image for larger version)

            Rambert – Aisha and Abhaya – London

            ★★   Rambert dancers on stage perform with great energy and commitment but the whole thing doesn’t manage to live up to its ambitious objectives…

            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.

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

            Gallery – Royal Ballet in Onegin

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            Yijing Zhang as the Snow Fairy and Artists of Birmingham Royal Ballet in the Waltz of the Snowflakes in The Nutcracker.(c) Andrew Ross. (Click image for larger version)

            Birmingham Royal Ballet – The Nutcracker – London

            ★★★★   In spite of all the problems with performing a proscenium arch ballet in an arena setting with a purpose-built stage, it is no less magical than any other production and in some ways, it works advantageously.

            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…

            Francesca Hayward and Gary Avis in Coppélia.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – Coppélia – London

            ★★★★   The dancing is so enjoyable, the comedy so appealing, that any flaws in the story telling are easily overlooked.

            Francesca Hayward in Coppélia.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Francesca Hayward and Gary Avis in a scene from the Royal Ballet’s Coppélia

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            Ballet du Rhin in Les Beaux Dormants.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Ballet du Rhin in Les Beaux Dormants

            Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

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

            Royal Ballet – The Sleeping Beauty – London

            ★★★★   The Royal Ballet’s current production of The Sleeping Beauty, dating back to 2006, is a homage to Ninette de Valois and her faith that Marius Petipa’s Imperial Russian ballet should be the flagship of her British company.

            Antoinette Brooks-Daw and Kevin Poeung in Kenneth Tindall’s The Shape of Sound.(c) Emma Kauldhar. (Click image for larger version)

            Northern Ballet – The Kingdom of Back, Mamela…, The Shape of Sound – London

            ★★★   The works offer strong contrasts between the traditional story-telling strength of Northern Ballet and more abstract thematic dance.

            Foyer de danse: Ginevra Zambon and Kevin Emerton with Ursula Hageli.(c) Rachel Thomas. (Click image for larger version)

            Feature – Ashton Rediscovered Masterclass: Foyer de danse and the Le Papillon solo

            Ashton Rediscovered Masterclass: “Foyer de danse”, coached by Ursula Hageli & Christopher Newton, and the “Le Papillon” solo, coached by Wayne Eagling. Jann Parry with a detail report for DanceTabs..

            Yasmine Naghdi in The Sleeping Beauty.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – Royal Ballet in The Sleeping Beauty

            Lead Casting: Yasmine Naghdi and Matthew Ball. Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

            CCN Ballet de Lorraine in For Four Walls.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            CCN Ballet de Lorraine and Compagnie Amala Dianor – The Future Bursts In bill – London

            ★★★★   The title of the latest triple bill in the Linbury studio theatre is taken from The Observer’s dance critic’s review of the Merce Cunningham 青海福彩app官方下载’s arrival in Britain in 1964.

            CCN Ballet de Lorraine in For Four Walls.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Gallery – CCN Ballet de Lorraine in For Four Walls (part of Dance Umbrella)

            Part of Dance Umbrella 2019 and ‘The Future Bursts In’ bill at the Royal Opera House. Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

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