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Doug Fullington, in the studio with Marian Smith, working on Giselle at Pacific Northwest Ballet.© Angela Sterling. (Click image for larger version)

Doug Fullington – on Stepanov Notation

Some of the great 19 century Russian ballet classics were recorded in Stepanov notation – Doug Fullington is one of the few people in the world who can understand Stepanov’s hieroglyphics and what they represent for those looking to do justice to the past…

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TanzOlymp 2014 – Berlin

For four days, over 1,000 young dancers from 35 countries competed – with smiles – in the eleventh TanzOlymp, a dance competition for students from the ages of 8 to 21.

Juliet Burnett in Paquita.© Jeff Busby for Australian Ballet. (Click image for larger version)

Juliet Burnett on Injury and Rehab – part 4 and back on stage

Someone wise once said that the journey is as important as the destination…

Staatsballett Berlin in The Nutcracker.© Bettina Stoess. (Click image for larger version)

Staatsballett Berlin – The Nutcracker (premiere) – Berlin

Christmas is nearly here and Staatsballett Berlin are celebrating early with a brand new Nutcracker. Margaret Willis visits Berlin for us…

Juliet Burnett.© James Braund & Australian Ballet. (Click image for larger version)

Juliet Burnett on Injury and Rehab – part 3

Juliet Burnett (a Senior Artist with Australian Ballet) is in unchartered territory – injured and offstage for the first time in over 10 years. We are following her rehab – Part 3: “Now pain-free…”

Juliet Burnett - the house painter!© Juliet Burnett. (Click image for larger version)

Juliet Burnett on Injury and Rehab – part 2

Juliet Burnett (a Senior Artist with Australian Ballet) is in unchartered territory – injured and offstage for the first time in over 10 years. We are following her rehab – Part 2: “Stress reaction, not stress fracture”

Juliet Burnett in rehearsal for Paquita.© Lynette Wills. (Click image for larger version)

Juliet Burnett on Injury and Rehab – part 1

Juliet Burnett (a Senior Artist with Australian Ballet) is in unchartered territory – injured and offstage for the first time in over 10 years. We are following her rehab: a fascinating insight into the private reality of dancers’ lives…

Virginia Johnson.© Rachel Neville. (Click image for larger version)

Virginia Johnson – Artistic Director, Dance Theatre of Harlem

Wherever Virginia Johnson goes, she seems to travel on a cloud, with a kind of regal composure few possess in our day. She appears imperturbable…

Ye Lim Choi and Sung-Woo Han in Giselle, Act 2 Pas de Deux:.© Sunkyung Jang. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Seoul International Dance Competition, 10th Anniversary Gala

20 pictures by Sunkyung Jang

Austlian Ballet in David McAllister's Overture.© Jeff Busby. (Click image for larger version)

Australian Ballet – 50th Anniversary Gala – Melbourne

It was a program that harkened back to the big international Galas of previous years, as well as a nice reference to the company’s first years, when artists including Sonia Arova, Erik Bruhn, Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev guest-starred.

Anna Pavlova in Russian costume. From 1911. Courtesy of BFI ©. (Click image for larger version)

Anna Pavlova on Screen – London

Rambert provided the marvellous quote: ‘Pavlova excited in people the desire to dance where Diaghilev inspired in people a love of ballet and a love of choreography’.

Itzik Galili's The Sofa in the 4 Tendances programme. © Sigrid Colomyes. (Click image for larger version)

Bordeaux Opera Ballet – In The Steps Of Petipa and 4 Tendances – Hong Kong

The company brought two contrasting programmes, one classical, In the Steps of Petipa, and one modern, 4 Tendances (Four Tendencies). Of the two, the dancers looked far more at home in the contemporary pieces…

Noe Soulier. © Benedict Johnson. (Click image for larger version)

Noe Soulier / Frauke Requardt & Freddie Opoku-Addaie – Mixed Bill – London

Soulier has created two thoughtful and captivating dance works from the ingenious simplicity of systematically cataloguing the building blocks of ballet and then having some deconstructive fun by shifting these basic elements around.

Iana Salenko (with Marian Walter) in Elegie der Herzen. © Nikolai Krusser. (Click image for larger version)

International Ballet Festival – Dance Open – St Petersburg

International Ballet Festival – Dance Open Performances: Bad Boys of Dance, Gala Tribute to Natalia Dudinskaya, Dance Open – Gala of International Ballet Stars St Petersburg, Oktyabrsky Concert Hall and others 14-16 April…

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