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Links – Sunday September 30, 2012

 

Review - New York City Ballet, Stravinsky/Balanchine, The Collaboration: Mary Cargill, Danceviewtimes

 

Review - Sasha Waltz & Guests, Continu, London: James Woodall, The Arts Desk

 

Review - D D Dorvillier, Danza Permanente, New York: Deborah Jowitt, ArtsJournal

 

Review - Zoo Nation, Some Like It Hip Hop, London: Luke Jennings, The Observer

 

Preview - Mark Morris in Seattle: Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times

 

Review - Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, Vancouver: Janet Smith, Georgia Straight

 

Review - Diavolo, Transit Space, Los Angeles: Laura Bleiberg, LA Times

 

Review - Richmond Ballet, Streets and Legends, Gargoyles: Julinda Lewis, Richmond Times-Dispatch

 

Review - Crazy Horse Paris, Forever Crazy, London: Jenny Gilbert, The Independent

 

Preview - Matthew Bourne, Sleeping Beauty: Holly Williams, The Independent

 

Preview - Winston-Salem Festival Ballet, Dracula: Ken Keufell, Winston-Salem Journal

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Links – Monday October 1, 2012

 

Review - New York City Ballet, Stravinsky/Balanchine, The Collaboration: Marina Harss, DanceTabs

 

Review: Fall for Dance Festival, New York: Alastair Macaulay, New York Times, slideshow

 

Frederic Franklin and Rodeo: Pia Catton, Wall Street Journal

 

Review - Pacific Northwest Ballet, Cinderella, Seattle: Helene Kaplan, Danceviewtimes

 

Review - Sasha Waltz & Guests, Continu, London: Bruce Marriott, DanceTabs

 

Review - New York Live Arts, RoseAnne Spradlin, beginning of something: Brian Seibert, New York Times

 

Mikko Nissinen on going home to Finland with Boston Ballet: Karen Campbell, Boston Globe

 

Review - Savion Glover, Solo iN TiME, Paris, Patricia Boccadoro, Culturekiosque

 

Preview - Mariinsky's Swan Lake comes to Orange County: Paul Hodgins, Orange County Register

 

Going backward isn't in SPAC's future: Marcia J. White, Albany TimesUnion

 

Review - Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company, Cambodia Sun Rising, Adelaide: Alan Brissenden, The Australian

 

Review - Dancenorth, Expressions Dance Company, Queensland Ballet, Dance Energy, Brisbane: Shaaron Boughen, The Australian

 

Review - Yumi Umiumare & Theatre Gumbo, DasSHOKU SHAKE!: Nick Spunde, Australian Stage

 

Preview - Australian Ballet’s 50th anniversary gala: Valerie Lawson, Dancelines

 

Ballet's heavenly creatures fashion beachside glamour: Damien Woolnough, The Australian, and more on the Vogue feature in the Sydney Telegraph

 

Darcey Bussell says Olympic Performance was her Swansong: Lizzie Catt, Lisa Higgins, Jack Teague, Express

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Links – Tuesday October 2, 2012

 

Review - Sasha Waltz & Guests, Continu:

Judith Mackrell,
The Guardian

Graham Watts,
Londondance

 

Review - Boris Charmatz, Flip Book, London: Germaine Cheng, Londondance

 

Review - ZooNation, Some Like It Hip Hop, London: Sarah Crompton, Telegraph

 

Li Cunxin, Queensland Ballet, and the balance of power: Valerie Lawson, Dancelines

 

Review - Stacy Spence, Eden as We Recall, NY: Gia Kourlas, New York Times

 

Preview - Dancers Over 40, Balanchine: Broadway and Beyond: Broadway World

 

Exhibition preview - rAndom International, Rain Room, London: Jane Shilling, Telegraph

 

Moscow's Bolshoi Ushers in a New Gilded Era: Heidi Mitchell, Forbes

 

Jacques D’Amboise at work in Texas: Sarah Greufe, tcu360

 

The Royal Ballet School’s primarySTEPS: Blackpool Gazette

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Links – Wednesday October 3, 2012

 

Obituary - Yvonne Mounsey, NYCB dancer, director, teacher:

Alastair Macaulay,
New York Times

Laura Bleiberg,
Los Angeles Times

 

Review - Fall for Dance, Tanowitz, Tharp, Quanz, Graham, NY: Leigh Witchel, New York Post

 

Review - Garth Fagan & Wynton Marsalis, Lighthouse/Lightning Rod, NY: Apollinaire Scherr, Financial Times

 

Review - Sasha Waltz & Guests, Continu, London:

Katie Colombus,
The Stage

Lise Smith,
londonist

 

Interview - Janie Taylor, New York City Ballet: Gia Kourlas, TimeOut New York

 

Review - ENO/Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, Julius Caesar (dir. Michael Keegan-Dolan):

Tim Ashley,
The Guardian

Andrew Clark,
Financial Times

 

Review - Dumbo Arts Festival, Flex Is Kings Live, NY: Brian Seibert, New York Times

 

Interview - Margaret Donlon, choreographer, director: Brendan McCarthy, DanceTabs

 

Five dance shows to top your season (UK): Katie Colombus, The Stage

 

Baryshnikov to dance in new Mark Morris work: Julie Bloom, New York Times

 

Baryshnikov - a little promotion, but for what?: Hannah Elliott, Forbes

 

Preview - 15th Seoul International Dance Festival: asiaone news

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4* for BRB's Swan Lake: http://www.telegraph...ome-review.html

"Peter Wright’s Swan Lake just gets on with it. This is an understatement, certainly, in the context of such a resplendent production. But, in a world groaning with ego-driven demolitions of the 19th-century Tchaikovsky classics, it is also the ultimate compliment."

 

I LOVE it!!!!

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Links – Thursday October 4, 2012

 

Obituary - Yvonne Mounsey: Robert Jablon, Boston Globe, AP

 

Review - Mariinsky Ballet, Swan Lake, Los Angeles:

Laura Bleiberg,
LA Times

Paul Hodgins,
Orange County Register

 

Review - Akram Khan, Desh, London:

Sarah Kent,
The Arts Desk

Liz Hoggard,
The Evening Standard

 

Review - Birmingham Royal Ballet, Swan Lake:

Mark Monahan,
The Telegraph

Richard Edmonds,
Birmingham Post

 

Interview - Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director, ENB: Helena Lee, Harpers Bazaar

 

Interview - Ethan Stiefel, Artistic Director RNZB: Valerie Lawson, DanceTabs

 

Review - Fall for Dance: Moiseyev Dance Company, Ballet West, Tu Dance, Nan Jombang, NY: Alastair Macaulay, New York Times

 

Book review - Christina Gallea Roy, autobiography, Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Graham Watts, Londondance

 

Review - Zhukov Dance Theatre, Coin/dance, San Francisco: Rita Felciano, San Francisco Bay Guardian

 

Betsy Erickson, San Francisco Ballet ballet master, choreographer: Allan Ulrich, San Francisco Chronicle

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Links – Friday October 5, 2012

 

Review - New York City Ballet, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Monumentum Pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Duo Concertant, Symphony in Three Movements: Marina Harss, DanceTabs

 

Review - New York City Ballet, The Cage, Rubies, Andantino, Symphony in C: Gia Kourlas, New York Times

 

Review - Birmingham Royal Ballet, Swan Lake, Salford: Louise Levene, The Telegraph

 

Review - Phildanco!, mixed bill, New York:

Apollinaire Scherr,
Financial Times

Leigh Witchel,
New York Post

 

In memory of choreographer Eric Hampton, a dance tribute and a new foundation: Sarah Kaufman, Washington Post

 

Interview - Kevin O’Hare, Royal Ballet Director: BBC Breakfast

 

Review - City Contemporary Dance Company, Stripteaser 2012, Hong Kong: Natasha Rogal, DanceTabs

 

Review - Richard Alston Dance Company, Shimmer, Isthmus, Darknesse Visible, Madcap:

Graham Watts,
Londondance

Neil Norman,
The Stage

photos by Dave Morgan,
DanceTabs

 

Review - Zhukov Dance Theatre, Coin/c/dance, San Francisco: Aimee Tsao, DanceTabs

 

Bermuda Civic Ballet and its 40th anniversary Romeo and Juliet: Margaret Willis, DanceTabs

 

Exhibition - Rudolph Nureyev: A Life In Dance, San Francisco: Nancy Ewart, Examiner.com

 

Jacques d'Amboise expounds on dance of life: Meg Barone, Westport News

 

Review - Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Last, Stamping Ground, Overglow, Houston: Toba Singer, California Literary Review

 

Royal New Zealand Ballet 2013 line-up: DanceTabs

 

Ballet gets its first Aboriginal dancer: Tim Douglas, The Australian

 

Ultimate stocking filler? - the Louis Vuitton £40,225 ballet shoe keyring: Daily Mail

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Links – Saturday October 6, 2012

 

Review - Mark Morris Dance Group, Back on the Boards, Seattle: Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times

 

Profile - Tamara Rojo: Emine Saner, The Guardian

 

Profile - Akram Khan: Shoba Narayan, Financial Times

 

Review - Akram Khan, Desh, London: Jeffrey Gordon Baker, Londondance

 

Review - Scottish Ballet, Run For It, Workwithinwork, 5 Tangos, Glasgow: Mark Brown, The Telegraph

 

Scottish Ballet Autumn Season trailer: The Scotsman

 

Review - Phildanco!, mixed bill, New York: Claudia La Rocco, New York Times

 

Review - Voices of Strength: Contemporary Dance and Theatre by Women From Africa: Sarah Kaufman, Washington Post

 

Preview - Dance Umbrella (London): Donald Hutera, Londondance

 

Review - Rob List, Play by Ear, NY: Claudia La Rocco, New York Times

 

MoveTube: Gangnam Style and the changing face of South Korean hip-hop: Judith Mackrell, The Guardian

 

Review - Antonia Grove, Small Talk, London:

Lyndsey Winship,
Evening Standard

Jeffrey Gordon Baker,
Londondance

 

Exhibition - Rudolph Nureyev: A Life In Dance, San Francisco:

Allan Ulrich,
San Francisco Chronicle

Kate Conger,
SF Weekly

 

The short term plan: five years at the top for ballet’s administration bosses: Valerie Lawson, Dancelines

 

9 Questions with Adam Hougland, choreographer: Geri Jeter, California Literary Review

 

Next week’s new dance (London) - RB Swan Lake, Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet: Judith Mackrell, The Guardian

 

The Rambert time capsule: Sarah Kearney, Londondance

 

Saratoga Performing Arts Center 2013 season: Shane Williams-Ness, Saratoga.com

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Is there any indication that this exhibition is to tour? Who owns the Nureyev costumes? I saw the Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes exhibition at the V&A and some of the costumes on display belonged to the museum. I don't know if they own any of the Nureyev costumes.

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My understanding is that this is basically the same exhibition that was displayed in the French National Museum of Fashion which is in Moulins - central France (our equivalent is in Bath).

 

I went to see it there a year or so ago and understood most of the costumes shown were from Paris Opera's collection of Nureyev productions.

 

The exhibition seems to have been successful and consequently it has been announced that some sort of permanent display will be set up there in 2013 which will coincide with the twentieth anniversay of RN's death.

 

Moulins is about three hours ride from Paris on the train but thanks to the regularity and timings of SNCF just about do-able as a day trip from Paris. For F1 enthusiasts Magny Cours (?spelling) is just up the road!

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