"Russell Maliphant" tag
Carlos Acosta and Pieter Symonds in Miguel Altunaga's Derrumbe.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Carlos Acosta – Cubania – London

It’s not a perfect show by any means, but come the end you still love Acosta, his spirit and his smile. He remains a potent name, doing potent things for ballet, like filling the ROH…

Thomasin Gülgeç in Russell Maliphant's Afterlight.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Russell Maliphant Company – Still Current bill – London

It’s a short programme but packed with memorable images, and brilliantly executed.

Russell Maliphant and Carys Staton in Still Current.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Russell Maliphant Company in Still Current, Afterlight

Gallery by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

Zoe White, John O'Gara and Alice Handford in Leanne King's Toots Goes to Charleston.© Bill Cooper. (Click image for larger version)

Ballet Central – 2014 Tour – London

Of all the school shows I most appreciate the one by Central School of Ballet. Their show, under the name Ballet Central, invariably has the widest range of dance, from ballet to contemporary to musical theatre and more. And importantly they tour it…

Nuno Silva in A Darker Shade of Fado publicity image.© Chris Nash. (Click image for larger version)

Nuno Silva – A Darker Shade of Fado – Bracknell

There were two bright spots in a show calling out Fado without so much Fado – the dancing of Nuno Silva and Stephanie Dufresne.

Akram Khan and ENB dancers in Khan's Dust.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

English National Ballet – Lest We Forget: No Man’s Land, Second Breath, Dust, Firebird – London

Dust is a resounding success for Khan as creator, Rojo as artistic director and both as performers.

Marjin Rademaker and Edward Watson in Javier de Frutos' 3 with D.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Ivan Putrov – Men in Motion (2014) – London

…the men Ivan Putrov has chosen for his latest Men in Motion programme are exceptional dance-interpreters, not self-glorifiers…

Javier De Frutos setting his 3 With Dwith Edward Watson, Marijn Rademaker and Dan Gillespie Sells.© Jim Markland @James Rowbotham Dance Photography www.frozenmotion.co.uk.(Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Ivan Putrov’s Men in Motion (blur)

Jim Markland of James Rowbotham Dance Photography thought he’d do a different take on photographing Ivan Putrov’s Men in Motion – using some 5 second exposures.

Christopher Wheeldon, Classical Choreography winner.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – UK National Dance Awards 2013

Gallery by Dave Morgan…

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2013 National Dance Awards – Winners Announced

The Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards for 2013 took place today in London at The Place’s Robin Howard Dance Theatre.

Ivan Putrov.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Ivan Putrov – Dancer, Choreographer and Director of Men in Motion

“I want audiences to leave inspired, not scratching themselves in boredom.”

Dusty Button in William Forsythe’s The Second Detail.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

2013 Dance Memories – London

Lynette Halewood with her personal selection of London dance memories this last year…

Ed Pearce of BalletBoyz The Talent 2013.© Hugo Glendinning. (Click image for larger version)

BalletBoyz: The Talent 2013 – Serpent, Fallen – London

…very definitely worth catching for an energetic and engrossing evening of dance.

Yuan Yuan Tan and Damian Smith in Edwaard Liang's Finding Light.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Liang / Maliphant / Wheeldon – An evening Featuring Fang-Yi Sheu and Yuan Yuan Tan – London

No sets – just glorious lighting designs playing essential roles in the performances.

Yuan Yuan Tan and Damian Smith in Christopher Wheeldon's After the Rain.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Liang / Maliphant / Wheeldon – Featuring Fang-Yi Sheu and Yuan Yuan Tan

Gallery by Dave Morgan…

Unknown dancers in unknown piece from the 2013 bill Still / Current (also known as Still Current).© Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones. (Click image for larger version)

Russell Maliphant Company – Still Current bill – London

Still / Current is a marvellously evocative title for Maliphant’s work, capturing the mercurially elusive quality of his choreography and his own dancing. And the good news is that Maliphant is back on stage…

The Forsythe Company in Study #3.© Dominik Mentzos. (Click image for larger version)

The Forsythe Company – N.N.N.N., Study #3 – London

What Merce Cunningham devised as an Event, William Forsythe calls a Study. In both cases, the choreographer has combined selections from his back catalogue to make a ‘new’ work…

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.

Sarah Crompton and the Sadler's Wells: Dance House book cover.© Sarah Crompton and Tristram Kenton.

Sarah Crompton, writer & editor, on her book: ‘Sadler’s Wells – Dance House’

5 Questions to Sarah Crompton about her new book “Sadler’s Wells – Dance House”

BalletBoyz The Talent 2013 perform Russell Maliphant’s Fallen.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

BalletBoyz: The Talent 2013 – Serpent, Fallen – London

Fallen, an exhilarating closer of the double bill, presents the company at its heart-stopping best.

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