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Royal Ballet Triple Bill: a photo gallery

13 hours agoDance / Ballet : The Ballet Bag

Catch up with Alice Pennefather’s latest Royal Ballet photo gallery ahead of the last show of The Human Seasons (David Dawson)/ After the Rain (Christopher... The post Royal Ballet Triple Bill: a photo gallery appeared first on The Ballet Bag.

Lick the plate crumbs...

YouTube video of the bows from the Whipped Cream premiere last Wednesday and the Thursday performance. The second video is dark for about the first 25 seconds: The Gustavo Dudamel curls on Cornejo are the best: We have a "winner"...

observations 3-20

What a fabulous Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema transmission on Sunday – and impressively attended! The Bolshoi dancers did fairly well with their two company premieres, Robbins' The Cage and Lander's Etudes, and showed that they are as fluent in Ratmansky's...

(38) Jessica Wallis, Ballet In The City

This week we are pleased to welcome Jessica Wallis, Ballet in the City founder.  If you are a regular listener, you have heard us talk about Ballet in the City in the past as they have been one of our sponsors from the very beginning.  We were so happy to sit down with Jessica in […] The post (38) Jessica Wallis, Ballet In The City appeared first on

Segerstrom Center for the ArtsABT – Whipped Cream 3/16

If Orange County didn’t already have enough reasons to adore Alexei Ratmansky's Whipped Cream at the premiere on Wednesday, they got another one Thursday night when Herman Cornejo as The Boy arrived on stage with Gustavo Dudamel hair curls hanging...

ABT – Whipped Cream world premiere 3/15

Last night at the Segerstrom Center in Orange County, ABT served up sweet after sweet in its world premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s Whipped Cream - a full length ballet to Richard Strauss’s music and libretto entitled Schlagobers (1924), which is...

observations 3-13

Winter Storm Stella is now only a few hours outside of the New York metro area. Is she really going to sock us in with snow and wind so that we can't get to Costa Mesa to see our own...

(37) Kathryn Morgan, former New York City Ballet Soloist

This week we are joined by Kathryn Morgan, former soloist with the New York City Ballet.  Born and raised in Mobile Alabama, Kathryn moved to New York City in 2004 to train at the School of American Ballet to continue her ballet education. Show More Summary

Pennsylvania Ballet – Le Corsaire 3/9

2 weeks agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

Pennsylvania Ballet set sail its handsome new production of Le Corsaire last night at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music and, oh, what a voyage it was. Stylish swagger among the men, shimmering beauty among the women, pyrotechnical wizardry among everyone –...

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2 weeks agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

Are we ever psyched that the Mariinsky is bringing La Bayadere to the Kennedy Center during the 2017-18 season and Alicia Alonzo is bringing her Ballet Nacional de Cuba to perform both Giselle and Don Quixote! The KenCen seems to...

As if we weren't already excited enough...

2 weeks agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

Thanks to the Haglund'eeler Rkb for sending us this mash-up of Angel Corella, age 23, and Sterling Baca, age 23, at precisely the same moment in Le Corsaire. We are so thrilled that our all-time favorite Ali, who burned with...


Join us as we share our last mixed repertory program of the season--Director’s Choice: Legends & Prodigy!

(36) Peter Boal, Artistic Director of Pacific Northwest Ballet

Today we are joined by Peter Boal, Artistic Director of Pacific Northwest Ballet.  After completing his training at the School of American Ballet, Peter became a member of the New York City Ballet in 1983 and was promoted in Principal in 1989. Show More Summary

Ballet Black in rehearsal: a photo gallery

3 weeks agoDance / Ballet : The Ballet Bag

How time flies! It had been a while since we had last dropped by to photograph Ballet Black, so we jumped at the opportunity... The post Ballet Black in rehearsal: a photo gallery appeared first on The Ballet Bag.

observations 3-3

3 weeks agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

ABT has posted some Whipped Cream costume photos on its website. There are some very imaginative designs including the costume in which Justin Souriau-Levine seems to have graduated from the Little Mouse in Nutcracker to the Master of Ceremonies in...


  Listen below to hear why The Nutcracker is a great Northwest Tradition at Pacific Northwest Ballet Emil de Cou (Music Director/Principal Conductor): “One of the greatest pieces of music written in the past 150 years” Ian Falconer (Scene and Costume Designer): “I hope they love it all… It’s lavish!” Isaiah (PNB School Dancer): “I […]

(35) Fabrice Calmels, Joffrey Ballet Principal Dancer

This week we are delighted to welcome Fabrice Camels, Joffrey Ballet Principal Dancer.  Fabrice was born in France and began dancing at the age of three.  He completed his ballet training at the Paris Opera Ballet school before venturing the the United States where he trained at the Rock School and danced with Pennsylvania Ballet. Show More Summary

NYCB – All Robbins Program 2/21

4 weeks agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

In the winter season’s all-Jerome Robbins program of Glass Pieces, Moves, and The Concert, the endlessly different postures of humanity are seen marching in and out of light or under umbrellas which shield them from rain — all on undefined...

observations 2-22

It appears that the Sunshine Cinema on East Houston Street in NYC will show the Royal Ballet's upcoming (Feb 28th) transmission of Sleeping Beauty with Marianela Nuñez and Vadim Muntagirov on Tuesday, April 11th at 7pm. You can buy tickets...

CINDERELLA Program Announcement

From March 2-12, the inspirational retelling of Cinderella by Artistic Director Stanton Welch AM returns to Houston Ballet. More tomboy than princess, Welch’s title character is a striking woman of substance, determination, and spun...

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