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11 hours ago, Bruce Wall said:

La Scala 2019-20 Season here

Bruce, may I thank you for starting this very valuable thread and the assiduity with which you have worked on it. It has bee immensely helpful in keeping us au fait with happenings elsewhere. It's very much appreciated. 

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Thanks from me too! Just a quickie re La Scala - the link isn’t working for me, and I can’t find a link on their website....

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Polish National Ballet in Warsaw. Sorry my phone won’t do a better link, but it’s the first item at Teatrwielki.pl 

 

 

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Festival d’automne in Paris, incl. lots of works by Merce Cunningham - https://www.festival-automne.com/en/program

 

Théâtre de la ville in Paris - https://www.theatredelaville-paris.com/en/spectacles/saison-2019-2020/

 

Ballet de l’Opéra de Bordeaux, incl. McGregor's Obsidian Tear and Bintley's Cinderella - https://www.opera-bordeaux.com/calendar

 

 

 

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Thanks so for those listings, Duck.  Thought the  web layout/design for the Bordeaux 19/20 season  was prime.  

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Rome Opera Ballet has announced its 2019/20 season.  

https://www.gramilano.com/2019/06/rome-opera-ballet-announces-2019-2020-season/

 

Depending on the casting dates I think I may have to make my way to this new Corsaire.  The idea of a Novikova and Sarafanov (plus Hernandez) outing is too exciting to miss.  Their Giselle (e.g., the husband/wife combo of Novikova and Sarafanov) with the Mikhailovsky in the days when the Coliseum still featured major ballet company visits will I think always remain one of my most treasured ballet memories in London.  Sad that the audience for that would - at best - have been but just over a quarter full.  It was totally stellar nonetheless.  

 

 

 

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Alban Lendorf (formerly of the RDB) has now been removed from ABT's principal roster. 

 

One wishes him the best for his future whatever it may entail.  

 

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Lendorf is appearing in a show called Danish Design wwhich opens in Copenhagen tonight - I dearly hope it will show him in good shape.

 

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16 hours ago, Jane S said:

Lendorf is appearing in a show called Danish Design wwhich opens in Copenhagen tonight - I dearly hope it will show him in good shape.

 

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Thanks so for this notation, Jane S.  Much appreciated.

 

Here's a trailer:-
 

 

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On 19/06/2019 at 22:53, Bruce Wall said:

Rome Opera Ballet has announced its 2019/20 season.  

https://www.gramilano.com/2019/06/rome-opera-ballet-announces-2019-2020-season/

 

Depending on the casting dates I think I may have to make my way to this new Corsaire.  The idea of a Novikova and Sarafanov (plus Hernandez) outing is too exciting to miss.  Their Giselle (e.g., the husband/wife combo of Novikova and Sarafanov) with the Mikhailovsky in the days when the Coliseum still featured major ballet company visits will I think always remain one of my most treasured ballet memories in London.  Sad that the audience for that would - at best - have been but just over a quarter full.  It was totally stellar nonetheless.  

 

 

 

A few goodies in Rome!!  I have been wanting to visit Rome for a while and now I have several excuses!

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