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  1. The Viviana Durante interview in today’s links launches this programme in February, with dancers including Durante and Begoña Cao performing Duncan’s Dance of the Furies, Ashton’s Five Brahms Waltzes and a new work. More here: https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/2020/event/viviana-durante-company-isadora-now
  2. Hi all Looking for recommendations for a quick bite to eat before the Proms - something I've always struggled with. Occasionally treat ourselves to a cocktail and sandwich downstairs in the Albert Hall but can't sustain that for everyday living! Similarly the Barbican. I like the pancake house but I'm sure there are better (and cheaper) places in the area - but my knowledge of that bit of London is not good.
  3. As part of a series "Philip Glass at 80," the Barbican's 2015-17 Programme includes 3 performances of his dance/opera Les Enfants Terribles to be presented by the Royal Ballet, with choreography by Xavier De Frutos. The dates are 27/28/29 January 2017. Some background to the piece, for four singers and three pianos, based on a Cocteau novel and originally choreographed by Susan Marshall, can be found here: http://www.philipglass.com/music/recordings/enfants_terribles.php Bonne chance!
  4. I thought I'd start a thread for this as it's coming up this weekend. I'll be seeing this at 7.30pm on Saturday 24th May. I'll be flying solo on this one, so if any of you will be there at the same time and fancy saying hello, do give me a shout.
  5. A couple of things which I've picked up from next season's concert brochure: Les Arts Florissants/Rameau: Maitre à danser: "A choreographed staging of two exquisite court ballets". Barbican Hall, Tues 18th November 2014, 7.30 Sunday 19th April, 7.30: New York Philharmonic: Bartok: Suite from The Miraculous Mandarin; Debussy: Jeux and "an exuberant semi-staged performance of Petrushka created by New York's innovative production company Giants Are Small. Choreography Karole Armitage; featuring Sara Mearns, principal dancer. (There is a Young People's Concert preceding this at 4 pm, which just features Petrushka - with live puppetry, circus, dancers and visuals - no grownups allowed unless accompanied by children)
  6. Rather early to mention this, I know, but booking is already open for the following: Total Immersion: The Rite of Spring day, Sunday 22nd September: 10.30 - Film: Ballets Russes 2 pm - Film: Riot at the Rite 5 pm - An exploration of Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring Followed by a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra in the evening featuring The Rite of Spring and some other dance works. Weds 6th, Thurs 7th and Sat 9th November, Barbican Theatre: Barbican Britten: Phaedra/Richard Alston Dance Company Four dance works set to music by Britten: Lachrymae Phaedra Sechs Holderlin Fragmente Les Illuminations
  7. http://www.barbican.org.uk/film/series.asp?id=1106&utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CCCIN170412A&utm_content=Cinema_170412&spMailingID=39079175&spUserID=NDc3MDc2OTQ2MAS2&spJobID=139807494&spReportId=MTM5ODA3NDk0S0
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