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Seeta Patel.© Stephen Berkeley White. (Click image for larger version)

Seeta Patel, Sadler’s Wild Card season – Something Then, Something Now – London

The double-bill ‘Something Then’, ‘Something Now’ focuses on Patel’s classical practice, and showcases the richness of bharatanatyam tradition in the UK.

Darius Stankevicius in He Lived Next Door by Ieva Kuniskis.© Judita Kuniskyte. (Click image for larger version)

Ieva Kuniskis and Jack Webb at the Strike! Dance Festival – London

Strike! Dance Festival Ieva Kuniskis: He Lived Next Door Jack Webb: Inside Opulence London, Wilton’s Music Hall 25 September 2014 www.ievakuniskis.com www.jackwebbperformance.com wiltons.org.uk Wilton’s Strike! Dance Festival page It must follow that more…

Christpher Saunders, Ricardo Cervera and Marianela Nunez in Manon.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

Royal Ballet – Manon – London

The advantage of a big company accustomed to performing narrative ballets (something we can take for granted with the Royal Ballet) is that it is able to portray a whole society on stage.

Marie Lindqvist and Arsen Mehrabyan (Mother, Father) in Mats Ek’s Juliet and Romeo.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Royal Swedish Ballet – Juliet & Romeo – London

Ek’s choreography, for both groups and individuals, is animated and detailed.

Christopher Saunders (Monsieur GM) and Marianela Nunez in Manon.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Royal Ballet in Manon (Nunez / Bonelli)

Gallery by Dave Morgan…

Mariko Kida & Anthony Lomuljo in Mats Ek’s Juliet and Romeo.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Royal Swedish Ballet in Mats Ek’s Juliet and Romeo

Gallery by Dave Morgan…

Mette Ingvartsen's The Artificial Nature Project.© Jan Lietaert. (Click image for larger version)

Mette Ingvartsen – The Artificial Nature Project – London

The Artificial Nature Project extends the Ingvartsen’s curiosity about choreographing materials, this time using seven dancers to animate a vast quantity of silver tinsel slices.

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Constella Ballet and Orchestra – Ballet For Nancy, Adagio, Four On The Floor – London

George Williamson’s storming rise to the position of English National Ballet associate artist at just 23 suggests a lot of people see much promise in the young choreographer….

Mbulelo Ndabeni in INALA.© Giulietta Verdon-Roe. (Click image for larger version)

Mark Baldwin & Ladysmith Black Mambazo – INALA – London

Inala is set to be a runaway success

Leon Poulton and Matthew Sandiford in Wheldon's Mesmerics.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – BalletBoyz, The Talent in The Murmuring, MeTheus, Mesmerics

Gallery by Dave Morgan. The BalletBoyz bill is part of Deloitte Ignite 2014, The Royal Opera House’s annual contemporary arts festival which runs from 5 – 28 September, this year based on the theme of myth…

Alesandra Seutin in This Is Not Black.© Camilla Greenwell Photography. (Click image for larger version)

Alesandra Seutin – This Is Not Black – London

The powerful stage presence of Alesandra Seutin is immediately appealing…

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English National Ballet 2014/2015 Season

Full Details of the 2014 / 15 Season…

Mats Ek and Ana Laguna in Ek's POTATO.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Elixir Festival: Knowbody bill

Gallery by Dave Morgan… Sadler’s Wells presents its largest celebration of lifelong creativity and the contribution of older artists with the Elixir Festival. The Knowbody bill includes work by Mats Ek, Dominique Mercy, Hofesh Shechter, Sonia Uribe, Jonathan Burrows & Matteo Fargion…

Claire Cunningham in Guide Gods with Derek Nisbet behind.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Claire Cunningham – Guide Gods – London

What do the major faiths and religions have to say about disability and how do they treat the differently abled? Claire Cunningham’s ‘Guide Gods’ shines a light…

Hannah Grennell in Unearthed.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

Deloitte Ignite 2014, Royal Ballet and others – Sampling the Myth bill – London

The best of the videos and best piece of the night was Kim Brandstrup’s Leda and the Swan using the much-loved Zenaida Yanowsky and Tommy Franzen

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World Ballet Day – Global First: Five World-Class Ballet Companies, One Day of Live Streaming on Wednesday 1 October

Starting at the beginning of the dancers’ day, each of the five ballet companies – Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet, The Royal Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada and San Francisco Ballet – will take the lead for a four hour period streaming live from their headquarters…

Sarah Lamb and Eric Underwood in the pas de deux from Wayne McGregor's Raven Girl.© Dave Morgan, courtesy the Royal Opera House. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Sampling the Myth bill – Deloitte Ignite Festival 2014

Gallery by Dave Morgan. ‘Sampling the Myth’ is part of Deloitte Ignite 2014, The Royal Opera House’s annual contemporary arts festival which runs from 5 – 28 September, this year based on the theme of myth….

Claire Cunningham in Guide Gods.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Claire Cunningham’s Guide Gods

Gallery by Dave Morgan… Claire Cunningham’s Guide Gods is part of Umlimited, the Southbank Centre’s festival that celebrates the artistic vision and originality of disabled artists.

Katherine Araniello in The Dinner Party Revisited.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Katherine Araniello’s The Dinner Party Revisited

The show that opened Umlimited, the Southbank Centre’s festival that celebrates the artistic vision and originality of disabled artists. Gallery by Dave Morgan…

Detail from the book cover of Constant Lambert - Beyond The Rio Grande.© Boydell & Brewer. (Click image for full version of cover)

Book – Constant Lambert, Beyond The Rio Grande – by Stephen Lloyd

Lloyd has written widely on English composers and is meticulous in combing together many fragmentary impressions of Lambert. The book weighs over 1.5 kilos, 419 pages of small print, most heavily annotated in smaller print still, with a further 150 pages of appendices.

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