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Jan McNulty

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About Jan McNulty

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  • Birthday May 27

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    Watching ballet, reading, travelling, walking the dog!

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  1. From my work experience if a scheme to leave on a voluntary basis was on offer it was on offer to everyone. Perhaps she decided the time is right with the offer being on. It may not be anything more than that. https://www.instagram.com/p/CIJN1sWgdGg/
  2. A great listen - Birmingham Royal Ballet Behind the Scenes: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000pqcm?fbclid=IwAR3rJWvzHhi_TjQZlUBER3tGAWKxQpMXp5ylCgj6v_EkugVU4Tl9j6L0RGQ
  3. Friday 27 November Full line-up announced for Sadler’s Wells Global Gala - a virtual fundraiser celebrating the UK’s leading dance house Sadler’s Wells Global Gala is a very special one-off event, supported by Bottega Veneta, celebrating the UK’s leading dance house and its international dance community The event features appearances from world-leading dancers and choreographers including Carlos Acosta, Sylvie Guillem, Akram Khan and Natalia Osipova As this challenging and unprecedented year draws
  4. Wow!!! How luck you are to have spotted that Quintus!
  5. As a ballet-watcher rather than a member of a dancing family it is surely important to train the students to an all round employable standard rather than just focus on them trying to get in to one company? I don't know how many students successfully graduate from the well-known upper schools in the UK (well the ones I am familiar with from reading biographies - Central, Elmhurst, ENBS, RBS, RCS) but there are 5 bigger companies in the UK (BRB, ENB, NB, RB, Scottish) and if each of them has, for example, 5 vacancies a year then a number of students are bound for disappointment which
  6. I've watched the danced sections of BRB at 30 several times now (well a gazillion times for End of Time!) and I have found it a really satisfying watch. I think that despite the duet being based on the very depressing On the Beach, Yijing and Brandon bring a feeling of hope to the piece as well as dancing it sublimely. They really seem to spark off each other too. I have continued to be impressed by Tzu Chao Chou's sensuous interpretation of Liebestod. Majismo is fun and so beautifully danced by the four couples. Momoko and Matthias give us a lovely remind
  7. English National Ballet’s Digital Season ondemand.ballet.org.uk On Monday 30 November, English National Ballet will release the second film in its digital season, Senseless Kindness. It will be available to rent via Ballet on Demand, part of the Company's new video platform ENB at Home Senseless Kindness, by world-renowned choreographer Yuri Possokhov, who works with a UK company for the first time, is based on Vasily Grossman’s great novel, Life and Fate, about a Russian family caught in the Second World War and is set to Shostakovich’s Piano Trio No1 recorded by musicians from Englis
  8. BRB and The Rep are looking at options: https://www.instagram.com/p/CIDZ_R6qWne/ https://www.birmingham-rep.co.uk/news/update-the-nutcracker-at-the-rep.html
  9. Devastating news for all concerned. If anyone can work out some of the logic behind the the tier system and the virus going away for Christmas please let me know.
  10. Press Release for Immediate Release: 24 November, 2020 A NIGHT WITH STRADIVARI VIOLINIST YURY REVICH AT THE HIPPODROME CASINO, LONDON – DECEMBER 5, 9PM With pianist MATTHIEU ESNULT and Special Guest NATASCHA MAIR, Principal Dancer at English National Ballet The Vienna-based violinist Yury Revich is joined by French pianist Matthieu Esnult for a varied late evening concert on Saturday December 5 at The Hippodrome Casino in London’s Leicester Square. It will feature a mix of famous pieces such as Pablo de Sarasate The Carmen Fantasy and Debussy Clai
  11. I know I wasn't going but that is dreadfully sad for all of us. I wonder if the Rep performances in Birmingham will be able to go ahead (opening on 14th December). How does this bode for RB and ENB?
  12. If you are registered you can read 3 articles a month.
  13. Links - Wednesday 25 November, 2020 Streaming Recommendations: This week’s standouts in streaming dance: Roslyn Sulcas, NY Times Five (American) online Nutcrackers, including Pacific Northwest Ballet: Moira Macdonald, Seattle Times Candoco, Cuckoo: Teresa Guerreiro, Culture Whisper Streamed Reviews: American Ballet Theatre, ABT Today: The Future Starts Now: Siobhan Burke, NY Times Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal, Approximately Close: Erika MacKenzie, McGill Tribune Northern Rascal, The Aftermath: Louise Jones, Exeunt
  14. The Stage has a big feature about people from the theatre world who are using their creative talents to make unusual Christmas presents, sales of which will help support them during the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.thestage.co.uk/long-reads/christmas-gift-guide-presents-made-by-theatre-freelancers?fbclid=IwAR2yvxTXacXWmu0R88AnugPBc7Pgc6fv9HTG7hnArU2V1uYYB28v4IdNzQk
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