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Sorry, this should be under 'News' .... My mistake.  Grateful if a Moderator could kindly move it.  Thanks 

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Joffrey 2019-20 Season also includes Marston's Jane Eyre - so not just ABT.  Very much now an international fixture it seems.  A well deserved feather in both her own and NBT's cap.  

 

https://www.wfmt.com/2019/02/05/joffrey-ballet-announces-2019-2020-season/

 

Atlanta Ballet - 2019-20 - includes Scarlett

 

https://www.atlantaballet.com/news/2019-2020-season-announced

 

 

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Vienna Opera and Ballet announced 19/20 season today.

https://www.wiener-staatsoper.at/en/staatsoper/news/detail/news/the-new-season-2018-2019-at-the-wiener-staatsoper-copy-1/

 

Full brochure here

https://issuu.com/wienerstaatsoper/docs/sv_kern_19_20_dramaturgie_low_einze/160

Ballet starts page 43 and full calendar at the back. 

 

Highlights for me Jewels (new to rep) and Onegin. 

 

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SFB has announced their 2020 season including a new work by the wonderful Cathy Marston, quite rightly identified as a 'MASTER STORYTELLER'   Too right!!  

Also includes the Company premiere of Ratmansky's The Seasons - a co-production with ABT (where it premieres in May) and marking his seventh work in SFB's rep.  

 

https://www.sfballet.org/season/2020-season

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Just to clarify the Les Etes de la Danse 2020 season - now that the rep has been announced - for their return to the renewed Chatalet  - 

 

July 2nd to 8th, 2020 - Wheeldon's Cinderella - Dutch National Ballet

July 11th to 18th, 2020 - A. Khan's Giselle - English National Ballet  

 

 

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The Royal Swedish Opera Ballet has announced its 2019-2020 under its AD, Nicholas La Riche (formerly a dancer with POB and a RB and ENB guest) --- https://www.operan.se/en/aktuellt/season-2019.2020/
 

  • Giselle (Makarova production)
  • All Stravinsky: Noces (Angelin Preljocaj)/Agon (George Balanchine)/Rite of Spring (Maurice Bejart)
  • Nutcracker (Par Isberg)
  • wings of Wax (Jiri Kylian)/Woman with Water (Mats Ek)/Minus 16 (Ohad Naharin)
  • Don Quixote (Nureyev production)
  • Les Ballets Suedois - 100 Years - a Tribute: Skating Rink (after Jean Borlin)/La Boite a Joujoux (Jean-Guillaume Bart)/Carmen (Roland Petit)
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Here is the 2019/20 Season for the Segerstrom Arts Center in CA.  Nice to see that P. Feeney - so closely associated for so long with Northern Ballet - whose music most recently facilitated Marston's thrilling Jane Eyre and Victoria - will be arranging the score for Ratmansky's exciting West Coast ABT World Premiere.  Interesting too that the MIKHAILOVSKY orchestra will accompany La Scala's Oneign at this venue.  

 

https://www.ocregister.com/2019/04/20/segerstrom-center-announces-2019-20-international-dance-series/
 

“La Bayadère”: Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra under Artistic Director Valery Gergiev will perform Marius Petipa’s iconic ballet with revised choreography by Vladimir Ponomarev and Vahtang Chabukiani with dances by Konstantin Sergeyev and Nikolai Zubkovsky. The Mariinsky Orchestra will perform the music, composed by Ludwig Minkus. Oct. 16-20.
 

Alexei Ratmansky world premiere: American Ballet Theatre will debut choreographer Ratmansky’s as yet untitled work, based on the ancient Greek novel “Callirhoe.” The Pacific Symphony will play the score, written by Aram Khachaturian and arranged by Philip Feeney. March 5-8.
 

“Onegin”: John Cranko’s three-act ballet, based on the novel by Alexsandr Puškin, will be staged by Teatro Alla Scala Ballet Company under Ballet Director Frédéric Olivieri. The score by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky, arranged and orchestrated by Kurt-Heinz Stolze, will be performed by the Mikhailovsky Orchestra. July 31-Aug. 2, 2020.

 

Plus ABT's Nutcracker December 13-22

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On 18/04/2019 at 17:05, Bruce Wall said:

SFB has announced their 2020 season including a new work by the wonderful Cathy Marston, quite rightly identified as a 'MASTER STORYTELLER'   Too right!!  

Also includes the Company premiere of Ratmansky's The Seasons - a co-production with ABT (where it premieres in May) and marking his seventh work in SFB's rep.  

 

https://www.sfballet.org/season/2020-season

I saw this and was hopi it would clarify the latter half of 2019 but  unfortunately it didn’t. No clearer on what’s happening in December 2019/early  January 2020.

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On 22/03/2019 at 04:16, Bruce Wall said:

Joffrey 2019-20 Season also includes Marston's Jane Eyre - so not just ABT.  Very much now an international fixture it seems.  A well deserved feather in both her own and NBT's cap.  

 

https://www.wfmt.com/2019/02/05/joffrey-ballet-announces-2019-2020-season/

 

Atlanta Ballet - 2019-20 - includes Scarlett

 

https://www.atlantaballet.com/news/2019-2020-season-announced

 

 

This will be Atlanta Ballet's 2nd time with Vespertine--I thought it looked fabulous on the company in 2017.  They are premiering a new Scarlett to Glass's Violin concerto next week.

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NYU's CBA (Center for Ballet and the Arts) announces 2019/20 Fellows - Included in these are the British choreographer GEORGE WILLLIAMSON

http://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2019/april/the-center-for-ballet-and-the-arts-at-nyu-announces-2019-2020-fe.html

 

George's self determined CBA brief is as follows:
 

At CBA, Williamson aims to develop a new way of working with classical language, exploring how to engage with complicated current issues through ballet without either diluting the art form or descending into cliché. Working intimately with a group of dancers and collaborating with dramaturgs and contributors from other fields, he will develop a way of working which seeks to allow him to tell complex, contemporary narratives through ballet. He intends to challenge how classical dance is seen, to expand his skills as a choreographer, and to develop a way of creating ballets that engage with a diverse, modern audience in new and innovative ways.

 

Also included as a Fellow is NYCB principal JARED ANGLE (brother of Tyler who local London audiences recently saw in Ivan Putrov's gala recently).  

 

J. Angle;'s CBA brief is as follows:

As a dancer known for partnering skills, Angle wants to explore the style and technique of partnering in George Balanchine’s ballets, and hopes to define what he has spent his career practicing. Angle is also interested in the ways that Balanchine’s ballet partnering technique can be used in new ways and to portray different relationships onstage.  

 

 

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Vis a vis Segerstrom Season listed up above:  Bolle and Nunez are dancing in Onegin on July 31, Aug. 1 evening, and Aug 2, 2020.  (Bolle is retiring from ABT this year.)  

 

Just to keep the record update - I will list the RDB 2019/2020 season as listed elsewhere today by Jane S.  
https://kglteater.dk/kampagne/ballet/?section=top

 

 

 

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On 21/04/2019 at 12:40, Bruce Wall said:

Ballet Arizona: 2019/20 season - https://balletaz.org/next-season-performances/  includes Ashton's Les Patineurs; Balanchine's Bourrree Fantasque and a full length Napoli ... 

 

I just looked at Les Pats triple out of interest as Arizona has always appealed as a State to visit, but the tickets are SO dear - on a par with ROH I think!  Over $100 for the front row circle and $128 at the back wow!

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On 25/04/2019 at 17:51, Bruce Wall said:

Vis a vis Segerstrom Season listed up above:  Bolle and Nunez are dancing in Onegin on July 31, Aug. 1 evening, and Aug 2, 2020.  (Bolle is retiring from ABT this year.)  

 

Just to keep the record update - I will list the RDB 2019/2020 season as listed elsewhere today by Jane S.  
https://kglteater.dk/kampagne/ballet/?section=top

 

 

 

 

Nunez - during the same period - is dancing Giselle with La Scala in LA with David Hallberg - Ref: https://www.musiccenter.org/tickets/events-by-the-music-center/Glorya-Kaufman-Dance/Subscriptions/subscribe/teatro-alla-scala/

 

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Judging from Nunez's Instagram feed she's doing a lot of away dancing at the moment as has Muntagirov. Presumably they are allowed in their contracts. Nunez has been in Italy Poland and further afield recently. 

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I'm still waiting for ROH to declare their season too. 

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A few more season announcements from France

 

Théâtre Chaillot, Paris - http://www.theatre-chaillot.fr/fr/saison-2019-2020

Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon – https://www.opera-lyon.com/en/programmation/dance

Maison de la Danse Lyon - http://www.maisondeladanse.com/programmation-2019-2020

Opéra national du Rhin, Strasbourg/ Mulhouse/ Colmar - https://www.operanationaldurhin.eu/fr/spectacles/saison-2019-2020/dance

 

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I see that the Chaillot programme features the Royal Ballet performing Merce Cunningham's Cross Currents - presumably we'll see it in London as well.

 

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10 hours ago, Lizbie1 said:

I see that the Chaillot programme features the Royal Ballet performing Merce Cunningham's Cross Currents - presumably we'll see it in London as well.

 

 

Given the scope of the piece (and given the fact that it is also to appear in the NYC Joyce season that KOH is coordinating this summer) - were this to happen in London - I should think it would be one of the RB Linbury features - but, as reported elsewhere, all will be revealed tomorrow in reference to that particular UK 2019/20 season.  

 

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Nice breakdown of the Kennedy Center 2019/20 season here.

 

Another poster has elsewhere kindly listed the Hong Kong Ballet 2019/20 season (via her own website) but will also post the Company announcement here as it falls under this strand's jurisdiction.  Interesting brand pictures can additionally be seen here

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