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  1. This opens tonight, so all reports/reviews/discussions here please. I can't believe that there is only one week to go until the end of the RB season....where has it all gone??!!
  2. Six masterclasses by major dancers, past and present, will be open to the public to view for only £5, at the Yorkshire Ballet Summer School in July. Iain Mackay, the new director, has invited former colleagues to contribute to his programme. The series is: Iain Mackay (Tuesday 17 July); Zenaida Yanowsky (Wednesday 18); Irek Mukhamedov (Thursday 19); Joseph Caley (Monday 23); Leanne Cope (Tuesday 24); Kristen McNally (Wednesday 25); Leanne Benjamin (Thursday 25) No need to pre-book, the £5 contribution will be taken at the door. The masterclasses start at 6.30 and are likely to last until about 8pm. The venue is Askham Bryan College (YO23 3FR), a few miles from York. There are 3 buses plus a Park and Ride bus from York. The college is very accessible by road, not far from the A1, and has good parking space. Taxis from York are £15 each way. There are frequent trains to York station from all parts of England and Scotland. Visitors may also watch the summer school classes (£12 per full day; £9 per half day). Teachers are; first week: Cira Robinson (Ballet Black); David Peden; Neil Westmoreland (Matthew Bourne); Zenaida Yanowsky Second week: Samantha Raine; Ricardo Cervera; Laura Morera. Additional teachers are: Jenna Roberts; Callie Roberts; Joseph Caley Further information can be found on the YBSS and Askham Bryan websites
  3. Foteini Christofilopoulou was at the rehearsal of Elizabeth at the Barbican, May 2018 Here are some sample photos... Sonya Cullingford, Katie Deacon, Zenaida Yanowsky, Yuri Yanowsky © Foteini Christofilopoulou. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr Zenaida Yanowsky © Foteini Christofilopoulou. Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr See more... Set from DanceTabs: Elizabeth Courtesy of DanceTabs / Flickr
  4. Apologies for reviving such an old thread, but is it news that Will Tuckett's Elizabeth will be on at the Barbican from 16-19 May? It's in the ROH Spring Magazine but it's the first I've heard of it I think. (I can't see anything on the ROH website.) There's no casting information given, in case anyone is wondering.
  5. Obviously backing the London critics' reviews of her current performance in Las Hermanas, the Spanish Ministry of Culture has awarded its 2012 National Dance Award for 'Interpretation' to Royal Ballet Principal, Zenaida Yanowsky. The prize amounts to 30,000 Euros, I see - so if she can't help smiling tonight whilst being humiliated by Thiago Soares, this could be why! The link I have is in Spanish, but I'd guess that the ROH will put something out before long: http://ecodiario.ele...danza-2012.html I cannot think of a more worthy winner in such a category anywhere. Huge congratulations! Edit: Mea culpa! In my excitement, I had confused tonight with next Tuesday (27th), her next performance.
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