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  1. Perm Opera Ballet have a performance of Robbins' "The Four Seasons" and "The Concert" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2foDsIg-hvg&t=1012s Teatro ColĂłn in "Swan Lake" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2foDsIg-hvg&t=1012s So much ballet about, making the lockdown bearable
  2. Its certainly a boon time for Ballet companies putting up on the internet past performances of their ballets, below are a three Stuttgart Ballet's "The Sleeping Beauty" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GDNAN6x-C4 Teatro San Carlo The Nutcracker (with Vadim Muntagirov and Lauren Cuthbertson) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBVTr1oxbFs&t=14s Cinderella Act 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DauSAFpSApI Act 2 and 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgEHoSIALYU&t=9s We all need a bit of light in such trying times
  3. Stella Abrera's Instagram alerted me to this account https://instagram.com/albertcoblegit?igshid=upuhrx1kdf6r Former Royal Ballet principal Albert Cob is making a comeback, and documenting it https://instagram.com/dyingswanseries?igshid=5yku4wdsakym Fun 😂
  4. 20 links of World Ballet Day livestreams on you tube http://www.balletnews.co.uk/world-ballet-day-2019-livestream-roundup/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork&fbclid=IwAR3cCfpMgFx8fMXHtKFkL4u4FEyV-HlsF518gSHqdwfzBNRjIOEaFogr
  5. The Balanchine Foundation has established its own YouTube channel. The contents look very interesting. Lots of interviews but also coaching sessions. When you see the short section of Violet Verdy coaching a section of a pas de deux from Emeralds you may get an idea of what has been missing in some of the performances that we have seen at Covent Garden. All in all it looks fascinating.
  6. I'm sure we have loads of YT experts on this site, so I was wondering if someone could answer this question: Normally, when I've visited a page with Internet Explorer, I can do Ctrl+H and bring up a list of the pages I've visited that day, and get back to it. Yet when I visit YT it doesn't keep a record. You'd think I'd never been there. Yesterday I spent a goodly portion of my monthly download allowance downloading half-an-hour or so of video to watch later, but when I went back to the page (via the link from the page which had done the original linking, since I couldn't get back there directly) it had all gone. Short of bookmarking every single YT page I want to revisit, does anyone know if there's a way of navigating back to a previously-visited YT page?
  7. ... and pokes its head above a 21st Century blanket ... AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE LAUNCHES YouTube CHANNEL American Ballet Theatre has launched the ABT YouTube Channel, under the channel name of “ABTBalletTheatre.” Offering an in-depth and candid look at the Company, the ABT YouTube channel showcases current dancers in two or three minute vignettes. Taped segments explore experiences and points of view of ABT dancers, while adding to the experience of ABT performances with behind-the-scenes footage of rehearsals and day-to-day Company life. Videos featuring special events and Company activity will also be posted. American Ballet Theatre’s YouTube channel covers such topics as performance rituals, perseverance and competition. Featured Meet the Dancer segments highlight dancers from each rank of the Company. The channel provides users with a new social media experience in addition to ABT’s Facebook and Twitter presence. Access to the ABT YouTube Channel can be found at www.youtube.com under the channel name of “ABTBalletTheatre.” Link
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