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            Katherine Barkman and Andile Ndlovu in Birthday Offering.(c) Victoria Pickering. (Click image for larger version)

            Washington Ballet – Balanchine + Ashton quad bill – Washington

            ★★★   The Washington Ballet new program titled Balanchine + Ashton showcased four works by the two great choreographers, who “forever shaped our art form,” as the company’s artistic director, Julie Kent, put it in her opening remarks.

            Shanghai Ballet in Swan Lake.(c) North America Photography Association. (Click image for larger version)

            Shanghai Ballet – Swan Lake – New York

            ★★★★   It’s comforting to know that at even my advanced age I can still be confounded even by hoary old Swan Lake.

            Heather Ogden and Harrison James in The Sleeping Beauty.(c) Teresa Wood. (Click image for larger version)

            The National Ballet of Canada – The Sleeping Beauty – Washington

            ★★★★   …undoubtedly one of the most visually stunning and dramatically meaningful Beauties you will ever find.

            Ekaterina Kondaurova and Timur Askerov in Grand Pas Classique.(c) Kristyna Kashvili. (Click image for larger version)

            Ballet Icons Gala 青海福彩app官方下载 – London

            ★★★★   The annual Icons gala provides the chance to see dancers who don’t often appear in London…

            Teresa Reichlen and Ask la Cour in Balanchine’s Firebird.(c) Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – All Balanchine: Allegro Brillante, La Source, Firebird – New York

            ★★★★   How is the company looking? …the company looks good so far.

            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.

            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.

            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.

            Adrian Danchig-Waring and Emilie Gerrity in Cunningham’s Summerspace.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Serenade, Summerspace, Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2 – New York

            ★★★★   On the penultimate day of the fall season, I managed to catch a performance of New York City Ballet’s revival of Merce Cunningham’s Summerspace. The 1958 piece, which had its City Ballet premiere in 1966, was last performed here in 2000.

            Olga Smirnova and Semyon Chudin in Swan Lake.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

            Bolshoi Ballet – Swan Lake – London

            ★★★   A 3 star production with 4 star performances…

            Alyona Kovalyova and Jacopo Tissi in Diamonds.(c) Darren Thomas. (Click image for larger version)

            Bolshoi Ballet – Jewels: Emeralds, Rubies, Diamonds – Brisbane

            ★★★★★   As you would expect Diamonds was the highlight of the three part Jewels.

            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…

            Ashley Bouder and Joseph Gordon in Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2.(c) Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – Serenade, Mozartiana, Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2 – New York

            ★★★   One of the earliest things I appreciated about Balanchine is that he made me feel okay about liking Tschaikovsky (as NYCB likes to spell it)…

            Fumi Kaneko and William Bracewell in Les Patineurs.(c) Foteini Christofilopoulou, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – Les Patineurs, Winter Dreams, The Concert – London

            ★★★★   Now that we are all one more Nutcracker nearer death, as weary critic Richard Buckle used to bemoan, the Royal Ballet has given us a wintry bonne bouche of ballets to savour.

            Tenzin Niles and Ines Gout in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker.(c) Erin Baiano. (Click image for larger version)

            New York City Ballet – The Nucracker – New York

            ★★★   Come hell or high water, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker will return to New York City Ballet, filling the theatre night after night. Balanchine made a ballet built to last, and it has not disappointed.

            青海福彩app官方下载 XIV in Nutcracker Rouge.(c) Mark Shelby Perry. (Click image for larger version)

            青海福彩app官方下载 XIV – Nutcracker Rouge – New York

            ★★★★   Austin McCormick’s 青海福彩app官方下载 XIV continues to maintain the highest bar in balletic, baroque burlesque.

            The Royal Ballet in The Nutcracker.(c) Tristram Kenton, (c) 2015 Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet – The Nutcracker – London

            ★★★★   Wright’s ending is the best ever, preserving the assurance of the Grand pas de deux that the future must surely be blissful.

            Robert Carter in The Dying Swan.(c) Emma Kauldhar. (Click image for larger version)

            Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo (Trocks) – Les Sylphides bill – London

            ★★★★   The curtain calls for Robert Carter’s “Dying Swan” are nearly as long as the ballet itself and just as funny.

            Irina Kolesnikova and Denis Rodkin in Swan Lake.(c) Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

            St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre – Swan Lake – London

            ★★   Although the first night audience was moved to a standing ovation, Swan Lake can and should be so much more than this stylised ritual…

            Students of the Upper School in Aurora’s Wedding.(c) Tristram Kenton / Royal Ballet School. (Click image for larger version)

            Royal Ballet School – Summer Performance, ROH Main Stage – London

            ★★★   A matinee in two halves: fine before the interval, with dire, dreary choreography in the second half. Thank goodness for the exhilarating Grand Défilé at the close.

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