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Miguel Altunaga and Simone Damberg Wurtz in Kim Brandstrup's Transfigured Night.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Rambert – The 3 Dancers, Transfigured Night – London

Rambert Love, Art & Rock ‘n Roll: The 3 Dancers, Transfigured Night London, Sadler’s Wells 3 November 2015 Gallery of 3 Dancers pictures by Stephen Wright Gallery of Transfigured Night pictures by Foteini…

Simone Damberg Wurtz and Miguel Altunaga in Kim Brandstrup's Transfigured Night.© Johan Persson. (Click image for larger version)

Rambert – Transfigured Night, Frames, Rooster – Birmingham

Transfigured Night is a piece I could watch many times and find new things in…

Dane Hurst.© Tom Rowland. (Click image for larger version)

Dane Hurst – Choreographer, dancer with Rambert, talking about his Dulwich Picture Gallery Commission

To link with their exhibition of life drawings by Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, Dulwich Picture Gallery are bringing the gallery to life with live music, live drawing and dance, which Dane Hurst is masterminding….

Latitude Festival© Marc Sethi. (Click image for larger version)

Dance at the Latitude Festival 2015 – Faraway Forest: A Weekend at Latitude

Dance at the Latitude Festival 2015 – Sara Veale with a full report…

© Latitude Festival

Dance at Latitude Festival 2015 – Who’s Who

July has just arrived and with it comes Latitude, the annual music and arts festival at Henham Park in Southwold – you might know it as ‘the one with the techni-coloured sheep’…

Vanessa Kang in Christopher Bruce's Rooster.© Stephen Wright. (Click image for larger version)

Stephen Wright – View from the wings and catching the perfection of dancing flow

Rambert dancer Stephen Wright is also a photographer – here he blogs about what’s like to perform on stage, as seen from the wings. Enjoy…

Rambert in the studio - Luke Ahmet with rehearsal director Angela Towler.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Special Gallery – Rambert in the studio rehearsing The Strange Charm of Mother Nature and Rooster

Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

Estela Merlos in Lucinda Childs' Four Elements.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Rambert – Rooster, Four Elements, Sounddance, Dutiful Ducks – London

This programme might also be viewed as demonstrating a particular curve in the formal journey of contemporary dance, albeit one taken in reverse and with an interloper for the sake of contrast.

Washington Ballet – Tour-de-Force: Balanchine! bill – Washington

The gala formula really worked. An eclectic selection of dances – six duets and three short ballets – offered something for almost every taste…

Morgann Rose in Christopher Bruce's Rooster.© Paul Wegner. (Click image for larger version)

Washington Ballet – British Invasion: A Day in the Life, Rooster, There Where She Loved – Washington

Created for the Geneva Ballet in 1991, Rooster is both an entertaining rock‘n’roll romp and a nostalgic glimpse into the ebullient 1960s.

Rambert’s new purpose-built home on the South Bank.© Rambert. (Click image for larger version)

Rambert Moves – Rambert’s New Home for Dance on London’s South Bank

Nothing says more about Rambert’s need for new premises than a sign taken down from one of the old studios: “Jumping is not allowed in this studio due to structural weakness”

Sean Kelly ©

Sean Kelly – From Ballet to Musical Theatre and Diablo Ballet’s A Swingin’ Holiday

Sean Kelly enjoyed a nearly two decades-long career as a principal dancer with Houston Ballet, and then decided to try his hand at Musical Theater. He joined the casts and/or became Dance Captain in such shows as Carousel, Swing, Moving On and Billy Elliot. He was recently in the San Francisco Bay Area to set a new holiday swing-themed premiere on Diablo Ballet…

Boston Ballet – Play with Fire triple bill – Boston

But in Sharper, aggressively awkward movements are kept to a minimum: the ugly is reduced, and the residue now acts like a tonic of wit. And for the first time in Elo’s work, at least in my experience, we find a lyricism and beauty so profound they sometimes took my breath away.

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