“You put a tutu on … you feel like a ballerina.” Three of our dancers show off this beautiful tool of their trade – and talk about how tutus mould to your form, make you feel like you’re flying, and … Continue reading ?
Artists of Birmingham Royal Ballet; Aladdin; Bill Cooper Composer Carl Davis, who is highly acclaimed in the fields of film and musicals, has written numerous ballet, TV and film scores. (His score for The French Lieutenant’s Woman in 1981 won the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music.) Mr. Davis worked with English choreographer David Bintley to create the […]
The benefits of movement and dance for children may seem obvious to you and I, but science (and a little sea creature) has more to reveal about why movement is fundamentally important to humans. If you think you've considered every possible reason kids should learn to dance, think again.
Chase Finlay returns to the team lineup during the last week of NYCB's Winter Season. He'll lace up a pair of comfy, supportive dress shoes to twirl the ladies around in Bal De Couture on Thursday, February 27, and Friday...
London's premiere ballet company, The Royal Ballet, appears again in select U.S. movie theaters for one-night-only events. See Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty in your local cinema in February and March.
“Jewels” New York City Ballet David H. Koch Theater New York, New York January 22, January 28, February 2, 2014 by Michael Popkin copyright © 2014 by Michael Popkin photo (c) Paul Kolnik Sterling Hyltin and Andrew Veyette in "Rubies" Precious jewelry requires great raw materials: brilliant gems cut, polished, and integrated into beautiful settings. Show More Summary
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" The Hamburg Ballet War Memorial Opera House San Francisco, CA February 13, 2014 by Rita Felciano copyright © 2014 by Rita Felciano photo © Holger Badekow Helene Bouchet and Ivan Urban in Neumeier's "A Midsummer...Show More Summary
When the Royal New Zealand Ballet opened its New York debut season at the Joyce Theater on Wednesday night, it felt a little bit like we were catching up with old friends. When last we saw these dancers, they were...
The Royal Ballet "Rhapsody," "Tetractys - the Art of Fugue," "Gloria" Royal Opera House, Covent Garden 11 February, 2014 by Judith Cruickshank copyright 2014 by Judith Cruickshank "Tetractys – the art of fugue." Photo copyright Johan Persson Congratulations to Olivia Cowley. Show More Summary
“Passagen,” “Pause Dance,” “Heaven on One’s Head” Pam Tanowitz Dance The Joyce Theater New York, NY February 4, 2014 by Leigh Witchel copyright © 2014 by Leigh Witchel Photo © 2014 Yi-Chun Wu "Heaven on One's Head." Seeing Pam Tanowitz’s dances is like viewing a glass machine: all the workings are visible. Show More Summary
Looking Back 1980 – a piece by Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch Sadler's Wells Theatre 7-16 February, 2014 by Judith Cruickshank copyright 2014 by Judith Cruickshank photo: "1980". Ensemble. Photo copyright Ulli Weiss. 1980” was the first piece that Pina Bausch showed in London; not her first appearance though. Show More Summary