"Leo Delibes" tag
Marianela Nunez and Vadim Muntagirov in Sylvia.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

Royal Ballet – Sylvia – London

★★★★✰   Sylvia makes a welcome return to the repertoire, reacquainting dancers and audiences with Ashton’s sensibility and complex choreography. It’s a joy but not a masterpiece, as he well knew…

Jeffrey Cirio in Le Corsaire.© MIRA. (Click image for larger version)

American Ballet Theatre – Le Corsaire – New York

★★★✰✰   Le Corsaire, a ballet loosely based on Lord Byron’s poem about a chivalrous pirate, has more action than the latest Bond film. There are pirates! Abductions! Beautiful women in distress! The list goes on and on…

Ballet Nice Mediterranee in Pas de Dieux.© Dominique Jaussein. (Click image for larger version)

Ballet Nice Mediterranee – Soir de Fête, Pas de Dieux – Nice

Vu-An writes in the programme that he has chosen the two ballets Soir de Fete and Pas de Dieux to make up an entertaining and enjoyable programme for the festive season. However, he has chosen two very contrasting and rather curious works…

Tamara Rojo and Akram Khan at today's press briefing.© David Jensen. (Click image for larger version)

English National Ballet Announces 2014 Season and New Barbican Performances

Award winning British choreographers Akram Khan, Russell Maliphant and Liam Scarlett will all create new works for English National Ballet, as part of a programme of dance inspired by the centenary of the Great War.

ENB logo (©) and cover for the piano reduction of excerpts from Adolphe Adam's Le Corsaire score from 1856. (From Wikipedia)

English National Ballet to Premiere Le Corsaire – Autumn 2013

English National Ballet will premiere a new production of Le Corsaire (The Pirate), one of the great 19th Century classics, in October 2013. English National Ballet will be the first UK company to perform the complete work…

Karl Paquette (Djémil) in La Source.© Anne Deniau. (Click image for larger version)

Paris Opera Ballet – La Source – HD cinema broadcast

…Bart’s a gifted and discerning artist, with a deep understanding of the Opera’s heritage and style. Rather than trying to “recreate” the long-forgotten original choreography by Arthur St. Leon, Bart’s made a new work that feels old, as if it had long been a warhorse of the Opera’s repertory, subject to over a century of vagaries in taste and technique, yet emerging today all the richer for the experience, and eloquent of its history.

Nina Kaptsova and Alexey Loparevich in Coppelia. © Damir Yusupov. (Click image for larger version)

Bolshoi Ballet – Coppelia – Washington

The Bolshoi’s new Coppelia was heavenly fun. Vikharev’s production brought to the fore the Russian ballet tradition of expressive pantomime and spirited ensemble dances.

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