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  1. The RDB has announced its programme for next season, apparently in the expectation of being able to run a full season starting at the beginning of September. Ballets include: Come Fly Away (Twyla Tharp) Cinderella (Gregory Dean) La Sylphide (new production) Balanchine's Nutcracker Romeo and Juliet (Neumeier) Serenade/ Sibelius 4 (Jorma Elo)/Etudes Blixen (Gregoery Dean) Napoli La Bayadere Dans2G0 programme - works by Sebastian Kloborg, Peter Martins (Zakouski), Neumeier and Hofesh Shechter Principal dancer Amy Wa
  2. https://www.sfballet.org/discover/press-center/press-releases/release/san-francisco-ballet-announces-2021-repertory-season-leap-of-faith/ Video trailer here: Glad to see Cathy Marston's Mrs Robinson gets a definitive outing ... The programme of new works for 2023 also sounds exciting ... given the success of the Unbound Festival.
  3. Courtesy of today's Links (with a very funny typo corrected): Oct. 23-25, FSU Center for the Performing Arts: “Donizetti Variations,” George Balanchine; “Amorosa,” Ricardo Graziano; “Company B,” Paul Taylor Nov. 20-21, Sarasota Opera House: “The Spider’s Feast,” Sir David Bintley; “Dante Sonata” and”Birthday Offering,” Sir Frederick Ashton Dec. 18-19, Van Wezel: “Romeo & Juliet,” Ashton Feb. 26-March 1, FSU Center: “Othello,” Peter Darrell; “Changing Light,” Will Tuckett; and TBA March 26-27, Sarasota Opera House: “Serenade,” Balanchine; “The Letter V,” M
  4. https://www.washingtonballet.org/become-a-season-ticket-holder/ Includes a Ratmansky evening of works.
  5. https://www.theatreducapitole.fr/web/guest/saison-20/21 See it includes a Bayadere choreographed by Thomas Edur, CBE.
  6. Somewhat reduced due to 45 days of strike action ... Nice to see the Ashton ... 22/09/2020 Gala: Défilé/ Shechter/Robbins/Pite The Art of Not Looking Back/In the Night / Seasons’ canon 25/09-17/10/2020 Shechter/Robbins/Pite - The Art of Not Looking Back/In the Night / Seasons’ canon 27/10-14/11/2020 Cherkaoui/Eyal/Ashton – Sheherezade(New Work)/Après-midi d’un faune(New Work)/Rhapsody 4/12/2020-01/01/2021 Kylián - Petite Mort/Doux mensonges/Stepping Stones/Sechs Tänze 10/12/2020-02/01/2021 La Bayadere (Nureyev version) 4
  7. Next season's repertoire for the RDB was announced this morning: Queen of Spades (Scarlett) Blixen (new full length by Gregory Dean) Nutcracker (Balanchine) Ballet de Luxe - Act 3 of Raymonda/Ballo della Regina-/August 2.0 ("a respectful nod to August Bournonville, bringing the master's choreography into the 21st century" - arranged by Dinna Bjørn and Nikolaj Hubbe) Mahler's 3rd Symphony (Neumeier) Come fly away (Twyla Tharp) A Folk Tale (Bournonville) ... plus a number of smaller scale works and collaborations Interesting that Gregor
  8. Any idea when we might expect the ROH 19/20 season to be announced? I've never known it so late as this year.
  9. Details are out now. Includes a new programme from Alina Cojocaru, new work from Crystal Pite, Ballet Boyz, final Richard Alston performances, new Khan for ENB, Northern Ballet, Rambert with DV8's Enter Achilles and lots more.
  10. Miami City Ballet: - https://www.miamicityballet.org/1920season?fbclid=IwAR2FJIpBTN2HHXnX-68CjpGHKP9IgyNtKMiM6fkqBhnOnpaRv8CE5_iubfw
  11. English National Ballet 2019-2020 Season ballet.org.uk English National Ballet says ‘Thank You’ as it celebrates its 70th Anniversary Akram Khan to create second full-length production for English National Ballet Le Corsaire returns with performances at Milton Keynes Theatre and the London Coliseum Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella to be performed in Manchester and Southampton The Company’s first full Season after moving to their new home at London City Island Mayor of London awards £1million grant through his Good Growth Fund to support Engl
  12. Reactions and thoughts? My must-sees at first glance are Death in Venice, Fidelio (at last, Kaufmann in German at the ROH - and with Davidsen!), Jenufa (for Mattila), and Elektra (Stemme AND Mattila, what a treat) and Netrebko in Tosca with Terfel’s Scarpia. I’m more ambivalent about Don Carlo for casting reasons; and I’m actively cross about the continuing neglect meted out to La Traviata by the casting department. Also: unless I’ve missed something there’s no Calleja or Oropesa again ;(
  13. BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET ANNOUNCES 2019/20 SEASON 10 productions, 11 venues, 127 performances, including first time collaborations with Ballet Black and newly appointed Director Carlos Acosta. It’s a season that’s bursting with brilliance! Birmingham Royal Ballet’s 2019/20 season marks an exciting period of transformation. For the first time in the company’s history, the season has been created in partnership with leaders from across the world of dance, including Ballet Black and Birmingham Royal Ballet’s newly appointed Director Carlos Acosta CBE, who bring fresh perspe
  14. As well as San Francisco Ballet, lots of other ballet and dance performances for Spring 2019 have been announced by Sadler's Wells: http://newseason.sadlerswells.com/?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=MKTEB181016&utm_content=version_A&sourceNumber=2560
  15. 20 sept Opening gala 23 sept - 15 oct: Hiroshi Sugimoto/Alessio Silvestrin : At the Hawk's Well; Forsythe Blake Works 26oct - 17 nov: New Crystal Pite (60 segments in 60 minutes) 3-31 Dec: Raymonda 9-31 Dec: Le Parc (Preljocaj) 31 Jan - 15 feb: Giselle 3 - 22 feb: Concerto Barocco, 4 Temperaments. Serenade 25-30 March: POB School Coppelia (Lacotte) 14 april - 8 May: New Alan Lucien Oyen 12-30 May Mayerling 4-7 JUne Nederlands Dans Theater 26 June - 14 July Play (Ekman)
  16. Does anyone know when official details of the 2018/19 Season will be announced? And, pending that, does anyone have any idea (perhaps some advanced inside knowledge) of what is likely to be included?
  17. Today at the press conference Nikolaj Hubbe announced the plans for the coming season 2018-19. Here it's possibly to see all the items: 2018-19 season I believe, it' s just in Danish right now, but the titles of the performances don't need translation. Personally I'm quite content with the coming season and plan to visit Copenhagen as often as my finances and work schedule will permit it.
  18. Today I have received my renewal notice for my subscriptions. The Birmingham season comprises: 27-30 September - mixed programme comprising Elite Syncopations, Concerto. Penguin Cafe 03-07 October - Aladdin 24 November - 13 December - Nutcracker 13-24 February - Sleeping Beauty 20-23 June - mixed programme - comprising Kin, new work, Upper Room 26-30 June - Romeo and Juliet
  19. https://www.sfballet.org/season/2019-season Includes a premiere by Scarlett.
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