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UK-based Ukrainian dancer Ivan Putrov and British-Ukrainian theatre director Olga Danylyuk present Ukrainian ballet stars to Sadler’s Wells Theatre in a one-off ballet gala at London’s premiere dance house on September 7th 2021. The gala is a unique artistic collaboration bringing some of the best UK and Ukrainian dancers together on stage for the very […]The post Ukrainian Ballet Gala @ Sadlers Wells first appeared on Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights.
Queensland Ballet is opening up its Supporters Tour for a few lucky people, as its commitment to sharing ballet throughout the state continues. Queensland Ballet’s vibrant program Tutus on Tour will shortly traverse regional Queensland visiting eight locations, alongside the largest Community Engagement regional tour the Company has ever undertaken, which will enrich the lives of more than8,000 people through the beauty […]The post Journey with Queensland Ballet on its first regional Supporters’ Tour first appeared on Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights.
Four new world-class professional dancers will be joining the line up for Strictly Come Dancing when the multi-award-winning series returns this autumn to BBC One, as the nation’s favourite dance show once again brings glitter, glamour and glorious dancing to Saturday and Sunday nightsPublished: 19 July 2021 Jowita Przystal, Kai Widdrington, Nikita Kuzmin, Cameron Lombard The […]The post Four new professional dancers announced for Strictly Come Dancing 2021 first appeared on Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights.
©2021 The Royal Ballet School. Photographed by Tristram Kenton The Royal Ballet School Summer Performance Saturday, 10th July 2021 The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London ©2021 The Royal Ballet School. Photographed by Tristram Kenton ©2021 The Royal Ballet School. Photographed by Tristram Kenton ©2021 The Royal Ballet School. Photographed by Tristram Kenton ©2021 The […]The post The Royal Ballet School Summer Performance 2021 first appeared on Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights.
Photograph by Cheryl Angear Photography Eleonora AnconaThe National Moravian – Silesian TheatreRaffaello BarbieriHungarian National BalletGrace CarrollThe Australian BalletMax DaweJoffrey Studio CompanyLouis DobbsICK Dans AmsterdamClark EselgrothFinnish National Ballet 2Olivia FindlayThe Royal Ballet Aud Jebsen Young Dancers ProgrammeThomas GerhardtOrlando Ballet Second CompanyArthur HendersonBallett DortmundBasil JamesHong Kong BalletFlorence JoffreBayerisches Junior Ballett MunchenAva May LlewellynThe Royal Ballet Aud Jebsen […]The post The Royal Ballet School Graduate Contracts 2021 first appeared on Ballet News | Straight from the stage - bringing you ballet insights.
O curso acontecerá entre os dias 12/07 e 18/07, on-line, via zoom, unindo bailarinos e professores em um encontro inesquecível.
Cada aula, avulsa, será R$20,00, porém, se o aluno preferir, pode adquirir o passaporte para todas as aulas por R$180,00.
Inscrições via Sympla, podendo parcelar com o cartão
Dúvidas e informações pelo e-mail: email@example.com
12/07 segunda 19h Ballet Giovana Puoli
13/07 terça 16h Contemporâneo Flavia Sá
13/07 terça 19h Ballet Claudia Mota
14/07 quarta 16h Condicionamento para bailarinos Tamires Reis Personal - (separar colchonete e elástico e caso não tenha elástico, meia calça velha)
14/07 quarta 19h Sapatilha de Ponta - o momento certo (teórico) - Juliana Siqueira
15/07 quinta 16h Alongamento Lu Corti
15/07 quinta 19h Jazz Natália Antunes
16/07 sexta 10h (manhã) Sapateado Pedro Paulo Bravo
16/07 sexta 19h Ballet Fellipe Camarotto
17/07 sábado 15h Ballet com Ballet Couple
18/07 domingo 15h Encerramento Vídeo Dance Gabi Oliveira
Procura-se talentos para o 1o Concurso de Collab do Mundo Bailarinístico
A gente vai escolher pelo menos um projeto para criarmos uma COLLAB bailarinística, que poderá ser para loja, blog ou clube.
Quem pode participar?
TODO MUNDO! Se vc tem uma marca com produtos ou serviços; ou faz trabalhos artesanais; ou desenha, é designer, faz ilustrações, lettering; ou escreve; ou costura; ou é influencer e quer assinar uma coleção... enfim! Você pode se inscrever, gratuitamente, enviando o seu projeto.
Serão 4 fases:
Você faz sua inscrição falando como acha que poderíamos ter uma COLLAB
2) avaliação inicial
Vamos escolher os nossos preferidos para próxima fase
Faremos uma reunião on-line com cada escolhido para entender melhor as ideias e alinhar alguns pontos
4) divulgação do vencedor
Vamos escolher pelo menos 1 parceiro para uma COLLAB
Fase 1) Inscrições: de 18/06 a 04/07 INSCRIÇÕES ENCERRADAS
Fase 2) avaliação inicial: de 04/07 a 14/07
Fase 3) Reuniões: de 14/07 a 24/07
Fase 4) divulgação do vencedor: Entre 24/07 a 31/07
Está rolando um sorteio de uma Sapatilha de Ponta + um Collant da Coleção macarons da Só Dança Brasil no Instagram do @mundobailarinistico
Aula de Ballet Clássico, Comemorativa de 8 anos do Mundo Bailarinístico com Dryelle Almeida
Peço que só se inscreva se for certeza que você irá fazer a aula 😉
Data: 19/06/2021 - sábado
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There’s nothing like experiencing a live dance performance to put the spring back in our steps. And what could be better than the Northern Ballet’s production of Dangerous Liaisons performed at Sadler’s Wells to arouse the senses? A tale of lust, deception and manipulation set in 18th century France, it follows the malicious deeds of…
Oh to be back at the ballet! Even with masks and social distanced seating, it was pure bliss to be back at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London. We’ve all waited so so long for the return of live dance and English National Ballet‘s Reunion programme was curated to bring us joy, touch our hearts, mesmerise,…
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On Thursday, May 6, the Festival de Jerez, one of the world’s foremost flamenco and Spanish dance festivals, launched its 25th edition with the world premiere of dancer Eva Yerbabuena’s production Al igual que tú [The Same as You]. Normally in early May, Jerez would be vibrating with the music and dance coming from…
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Ballerina and choreographer Irina Lerman created her new dance film Exiled Hope in response to the covid pandemic. Currently a lead soloist with Atlantic Ballet of Canada, Irina is originally from Russia where she graduated from the Vaganova Ballet Academy, before working for seven years at the Mariinsky Ballet with renowned ballet coach Irina Chistyakova…
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The Joffrey Ballet has launched the Joffrey Studio Series, a comprehensive roster of virtual programming — from livestream performances and company rehearsals to pre-recorded conversations — curated by Joffrey artists during the COVID-19 era. Highlights include the world premiere of Bolero, a new 30-minute work by Joffrey Artist Yoshihisa Arai, performed and streamed live from the Joffrey’s Gerald…
The post Joffrey Ballet’s New Virtual Season – Joffrey Studio Series appeared first on The Wonderful World of Dance Magazine.
Sorry for the clickbait title lmao I couldn't help myself. But a while ago I posted about how my friend had bought a turning board for us, and how I was wary about it. Anyways while I still can't even do a single turn by myself on the turning board, it really helped us practice partnered turning, specifically the hand coordination.
For reference, me and friend are both girls just trying to do some easy partnering things for little informal shows we do at a nursing home.
I was doing the "girl" part, and my friend was doing the "boy" part, but I am much more experienced at partnering than her.
Basically what we did was have me stand already in retiré (on flat obviously) on the turn board so she could just paddle me around without fear of me falling.submitted by /u/BALLERinaLyfe [link] [comments]
I’m looking for a good ballet/barre series for beginners. Havent done any ballet except for Ballet 101 & 102 waaaay back in college. Please keep in mind, I’m 65! Looking for increased strength, flexibility, and balance, but at a slower pace. There are SO MANY videos that I don’t even know where to start 😬 Having the back of a chair for a barre works for me! Thank you 🙏🏼submitted by /u/Nahcotta [link] [comments]
Available onlineMarianela Nuñez’s irresistible Aurora, a Wayne McGregor pas de deux and one soloist’s swansong are highlights of the Royal’s 90th anniversary show
As dance shakes out its post-lockdown limbs, one thing is clear: the online sharing of performance is here to stay. It gives companies an opportunity to reach a much wider public than could cram into the theatre on any given night – and offers those who can’t see something live an opportunity to be part of the experience in a different way.
When I was forced to miss the Royal Ballet’s recent Beauty Mixed Programme at the Royal Opera House, it felt like a real boon to be able to catch up digitally with a programme that celebrates the company’s 90th anniversary with a bill of variable quality and interest, but absolute commitment to its founder Ninette de Valois’s mantra of “adventurous traditionalism”.
The vivid simplicity of Beatriz Stix-Brunell's movement showed what a communicative presence we are losing
The Royal Ballet’s Beauty Mixed Programme is available online until 8 AugustContinue reading...
The Royal Ballet star, who is swapping the Covent Garden stage for Stanford University, talks about what she will and won’t miss most about dancing
You hear of dancers’ careers being ended by injury, or of them retiring with a heavy heart in their 30s or 40s. But it’s almost unheard of for a ballet dancer to walk away from the stage when they’re still on the up. That’s what Beatriz Stix-Brunell is doing. After 11 years at the Royal Ballet, the 28-year-old American is taking up a place at Stanford University in California. She has impressed in leading roles from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to Jacqueline du Pré in The Cellist (for which she was nominated for a National Dance award), and might have been promoted to principal. So why leave now?
“I always knew I wanted to go back to school at some point,” she says. “Ballet is so intense, you have to have tunnel vision and it does become a bubble. You give so much of yourself and you’re fine making those sacrifices because you love it so much, but there are so many parts of me that I haven’t discovered yet. It feels like a good time to step into this new chapter.”
Beatriz Stix-Brunell makes her final appearance in the Beauty Mixed Programme at the Royal Opera House, London, on 11 July.Continue reading...
Royal Opera House, LondonA wild variety of pas de deux fuel this mixed bill, from kitschy Strauss to a duet with a table, plus part of Sleeping Beauty
Much as happens with real-life weddings, thanks to Covid, the guest list at Princess Aurora’s nuptials has shrunk. A bubble of dancers went into self isolation in the run-up to the Royal Ballet’s latest opening, meaning a hasty reorganisation for some of this mixed bill.Act three of Sleeping Beauty (performed as a standalone finale, making this a long evening), had a reduced cast but it didn’t dent the star billing, ever-perfect Marianela Nuñez and Vadim Muntagirov, nor Meaghan Grace Hinkis’s noteworthy Princess Florine: animated, technical, musical. Meanwhile, the opener, Anemoi, was reworked at the last minute by Valentino Zucchetti. Expanded from his lockdown piece Scherzo, made for the company’s corps de ballet, the new title refers to the wind gods of Greek myth, and there is an almost visible breeze brushing through the deftly written choreography. Zucchetti favours modest, elegant geometry over the hyper-extended shapes of contemporary ballet and there are some lovely moments where your eyes alight on a particular tableau before everything moves off again.
Royal Ballet: Beauty Mixed Programme is at Royal Opera House, London, until 11 July.Continue reading...
Royal Opera House; Royal Albert Hall; Sadler’s Wells, LondonVadim Muntagirov excelled in a celebration of American ballet while Darcey Bussell staged an impressive showcase of UK talent
The first time I saw Vadim Muntagirov dance was in 2010, not long after he had joined English National Ballet from the Royal Ballet upper school. He was Siegfried in Derek Deane’s in-the-round version of Swan Lake at the Royal Albert Hall and despite competition from 60 swans, this slim, slightly gawky young man was by far the most emotionally engaging and interesting thing about the evening.
Since then, like many dance-lovers, I’ve tracked his progress, watching him as he moved from ENB to the Royal Ballet and grew into one of the most technically assured and classically noble dancers working today. His performances are always thrilling, intelligent and committed, but even so, seeing him in Balanchine’s Apollo represented a new apotheosis.
Choreographer Jerome Robbins makes explicit the sense of wonder that dance can conjureContinue reading...
Royal Opera House, LondonThe Russian always had technique, now he’s got belief in this terrific all-American programme also taking in work from the 1960s set to Tchaikovsky and Chopin compositions
George Balanchine’s Apollo is one of the great male roles in ballet. When Balanchine taught it he was apparently more specific than in any other ballet, yet there are still so many ways to play the young god coming of age. (One of the great interpreters, Jacques d’Amboise, died recently but you can see his 1960 version online.)For Vadim Muntagirov, donning the deity’s white tights to open this all-American programme, Apollo appears troubled by the weight of expectation on his shoulders, a little like Swan Lake’s Prince Siegfried. There’s subtle wariness, denial and resistance but with each breath and each leap into a deep lunge, he’s growing towards his destiny. Muntagirov seems to have gone through a transformation of his own in the last year, appearing a more mature, more layered dancer, with perhaps more belief in his authority over the stage. His godly technique was never in doubt, his divine sense of line – to put it unromantically, the man’s proprioception must be off the scale.Apollo is schooled by the muses, the bright presence of Mayara Magri’s Polyhymnia, and the more inscrutable Calliope (Anna Rose O’Sullivan) and Terpsichore (Yasmine Nagdhi, as assured as ever), embodying the precision and restraint of the ballet’s choreography. The ballet, from 1928, is nearly a century old and yet still delights in its invention and idiosyncrasy. It’s full of imagery: an eagle, a chariot, Apollo playing his lute with a full swinging circle of his arm like a very refined rock god. Alongside Stravinsky’s magnificent score, it all equals something approaching the sublime.Continue reading...
It isn’t unusual to feel reflective at the start of a new year, but as winter 2020 turns into spring 2021, I’m feeling more pensive than I have in recent years. I’ve written before in the pages of Dancing Times about how lucky I am to be living a dancing life that, though adapted, is […]
What an extraordinary end to the series. The Strictly final aired just hours after Boris Johnson made his latest screeching u-turn, announcing that millions of people would have to cancel their festive plans and spend Christmas separated from loved ones. Could our dance show, which has been an escapist haven during a grim, dark winter, […]
Can we believe we’ve only got one show to go? Sob! Anyhow, this was – understandably – not a vintage semi-final. It feels like the celebs have barely begun, and yet here we are asking them to learn two dances. Overall, this… did not go well. It was basically the weakest outing for everyone except […]
Well, that was a jolly Musicals Week. Although very strange to think it’s already the quarter-finals, when it feels like we’ve only just begun the series. Product of both a shorter Strictly, and time losing all meaning in 2020. I’m both relieved we’re nearly at the end of this year and sad that our sparkly […]
A rather mediocre performance week, with some improvement in scoring, and alas still some glaring biases. However, poor Clara Amfo really doomed herself with an error-strewn jive that was actually marked quite kindly, yet cemented her place in the dance-off. Though I still think she got a raw deal overall this series, we never really […]