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Disney+ is presumably paid for somehow?  Otherwise, I'd be interested to see it.

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1 hour ago, alison said:

Disney+ is presumably paid for somehow?  Otherwise, I'd be interested to see it.

 

Yes, it's a streaming service and costs £5.99 per month.  If you can access it and there is not a contract period I suppose that is not too bad a price to pay for one month to watch it.

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San Francisco Ballet’s complete Jan 2020 Opening Night “Spellbound Gala” premieres today at 1pm est (6pm London) and stays up for just a few hours...not even a whole day. It begins & ends with Balanchine and includes a lot of new choreography in between...with a Corsaire pdd and Grand Pas Classique thrown in for good measure!

 

link to the Gala on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAoVP6N_o0uhnxMsZiIigcA

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5 hours ago, Jeannette said:

San Francisco Ballet’s complete Jan 2020 Opening Night “Spellbound Gala” premieres today at 1pm est (6pm London) and stays up for just a few hours...not even a whole day. It begins & ends with Balanchine and includes a lot of new choreography in between...with a Corsaire pdd and Grand Pas Classique thrown in for good measure!

 

link to the Gala on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAoVP6N_o0uhnxMsZiIigcA

 

Thanks so for letting us know about Spellbound, Jeannette.  If you hadn't I would have missed it ... and it really made my day.  So totally refreshing ... Such a glorious mix of styles and music ... It swept along ... with me in total thrall to those stunning dancers' enchantment ... much as they had me transfixed a year ago at the Wells.  So pleased to see they had a capacity audience at their home base.  So wished they could have had the same here  There is no question but that they totally deserved it.  

 

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Indeed, a magnificent gala from San Francisco! Love all dancers but...I just can’t get enough of that Yuan-Yuan Tan...in the special intermission piece by Possokhov, then The Bells on stage...dancing with Vitor Luiz ar his farewell (though not announced here).  Was it really Yuan-Yuan’s 25th anniversary with the company? She must have started at age 5!

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6 hours ago, Jeannette said:

San Francisco Ballet’s complete Jan 2020 Opening Night “Spellbound Gala” premieres today at 1pm est (6pm London) and stays up for just a few hours...not even a whole day. It begins & ends with Balanchine and includes a lot of new choreography in between...with a Corsaire pdd and Grand Pas Classique thrown in for good measure!

 

 

Thanks for the heads up! 🙂

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  I hadn’t seen this posted anywhere else...

Composer Oliver Davis’ Facebook announces tonight’s stream of his & choreographer Kit Holder’s ballet Stems, recorded in 2019 at the Linbury Studio of the ROH with four BRB dancers. Q&A will follow.

This is all that I know:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1400245150184759&id=415177545358196

 

Between this, the ENB Sylphide and the Berlin Staatsballett concert, it’ll be a busy Wednesday. Who said that “Hump Days” are boring?

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4 hours ago, Jeannette said:

  I hadn’t seen this posted anywhere else...

Composer Oliver Davis’ Facebook announces tonight’s stream of his & choreographer Kit Holder’s ballet Stems, recorded in 2019 at the Linbury Studio of the ROH with four BRB dancers. Q&A will follow.

This is all that I know:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1400245150184759&id=415177545358196

 

Between this, the ENB Sylphide and the Berlin Staatsballett concert, it’ll be a busy Wednesday. Who said that “Hump Days” are boring?

 Correction- Staatsballett event is on Friday, not today. The other two are today (ENB Sylphide and BRB Stems).

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Courtesy of BA .... Excitement from Jacob's Pillow - Such rich diversity of fare ... So looking forward to Limon's The Moor's Pavane  ... and most especially the RDB highlight programme on 30th July ... and more DTH! ... Have itemised the last two below ... 

 

Jacob's Pillow is starting their Virtual Pillow series next week, which will continue through August 29th.  More information here: https://www.jacobspillow.org/virtual-pillow/

 

Up for next week (each of these will be the first of a weekly series):

July 7th at 4 pm: Ballet Master Class with Sascha Radetsky

July 9th at 7 pm: Limon Dance Company (Chaconne, The Moor's Pavane, Suite from A Choreographic Offering, Corvidae)--this performance is from the 2018 season

July 10th at 3 pm, Families Dance Together virtual class (continuing weekly at this time through 8/28)

July 12th at 5 pm, PillowTalk with Dr. Shamell Bell (Dartmouth), Street Dance Activism Scholar 

 

Other upcoming performances include: Circa on 7/16; Ronald K. Brown/Evidence on 7/23, the Royal Danish Ballet on 7/30; Dance Theater of Harlem on 8/6; Bereishit Dance Company on 8/13; Tero Saarinen Company and the Boston Camerata on 8/20; And Still You Must Swing on 8/27.

 

Upcoming PillowTalks include: Duets from Quebec on 7/17; 50 years of Ballet Hispanico on 7/24; Cleo Parker Robinson's 50th on 7/31; Liz Lerman's Wicked Bodies on 8/7; Dancerly Intelligences on 8/14; La Meri and Her Life in Dance on 8/21; and Black Artists in Dance Today on 8/28

 

Master classes are from: Ephrat Asherie and Archie Burnett (7/14); Desmond Richardson (7/21); Omarie Wiles (7/28); Virginia Johnson (8/4); Aszure Barton (8/18); and Ami Schulman (8/25)

 

HERE IS WHAT THE RDB WILL BE DOING ON 30.7  ... CAN'T WAIT ... 

 

Revered as the world’s third oldest ballet company, the Royal Danish Ballet most recently returned to Jacob’s Pillow for the first time in over a decade to open Festival 2018 in the Ted Shawn Theatre. The company’s Virtual Festival stream features highlights from their 2018 Pillow performance including excerpts from A Folk Tale (pas de sept), La Sylphide (pas de deux), Kermesse in Bruges (1st act, pas de deux), Giselle (2nd Act), and Napoli (pas de six and tarantella).

 

ALSO HERE IS WHAT DTH WILL BE DOING IN AUGUST --- INCLUDING BALANCHINE'S VALSE FANTAiSIE ... WHEELDON'S PDD 'THIS BITTER EARTH' ... AND OCHA'S CELEBRATORY BALAMOUK 

 

 

DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM

August 6

Dance Theatre of Harlem was founded in 1969 to create a new vision of ballet. Their Virtual Festival program highlights their recent 2019 Pillow performance and includes Darrel Grand Moultrie’s Harlem on My Mind; Christopher Wheeldon’s pas de deux This Bitter Earth; George Balanchine’s classic Valse Fantaisie; and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Balamouk

 

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Not a livestream as such but I noticed this version of Don Q on YouTube and wondered if I was allowed to share it. I've only skimmed it so I can't really comment on the quality of the dancing or choreography but it was the vibrant colours and well lit photography that initially attracted me. Also I've never heard of the Company,  Stara Zagora State Opera. Apparently it's Bulgarian.

 

 

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On 01/07/2020 at 22:38, Bruce Wall said:

Courtesy of BA .... Excitement from Jacob's Pillow - Such rich diversity of fare ... So looking forward to Limon's The Moor's Pavane  ... and most especially the RDB highlight programme on 30th July ... and more DTH! ... Have itemised the last two below ... 

 

Jacob's Pillow is starting their Virtual Pillow series next week, which will continue through August 29th.  More information here: https://www.jacobspillow.org/virtual-pillow/

 

Thanks I am all booked in for most Thursday evenings, though I guess that will be Friday morning for us. Greatly looking forward to them.

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Thought this a lovely tribute to SFB departing dancers - both young and old ... Tastefully done ... 

 

 

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RDB is streaming Diamonds. It has a geo-block but is easily accessible if you remove the geo-block via a VPN program.

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Shobana Jeyasingh Dance from 7pm today on facebook, I will aim to post a link.

Don't forget we're broadcasting the next of our SJD SHORTS this evening (Monday) at 7pm (UK) featuring Outlander & Études.

Both works were inspired by incredible art, and performed within a gallery setting. Afterwards Shobana will be chatting about the works with Guardian Dance Writer Sanjoy Roy, and will answer your questions online.

★★★★★ “…the choreography embodies the connection between sculpture and drawing” The Independent

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The Paris Opera is currently streaming the gala held to celebrate its 350th anniversary.  Although mostly opera there are 3 ballet excerpts. Fans of Neumeier's Dame aux Camelias will be pleased that 2 of the excerpts are pas de deux from that ballet: Leonore Baulac and Mathieu Ganio (8.26 - 19.24 in) and Eleonora Abbagnato and Stephane Bullion (54 - 1.05 in), plus the pas de deux from Le Parc, Amandine Albisson and Florian Magnenet (22.38 - 30.37 in).

It's available until 12 July (sorry I can't give a link, I'm totally technically illiterate)

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42 minutes ago, SheilaC said:

The Paris Opera is currently streaming the gala held to celebrate its 350th anniversary.  Although mostly opera there are 3 ballet excerpts. Fans of Neumeier's Dame aux Camelias will be pleased that 2 of the excerpts are pas de deux from that ballet: Leonore Baulac and Mathieu Ganio (8.26 - 19.24 in) and Eleonora Abbagnato and Stephane Bullion (54 - 1.05 in), plus the pas de deux from Le Parc, Amandine Albisson and Florian Magnenet (22.38 - 30.37 in).

It's available until 12 July (sorry I can't give a link, I'm totally technically illiterate)

 

https://www.operadeparis.fr/en/magazine/the-350th-anniversary-inaugural-gala-replay?utm_source=Selligent&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Newsletter_juillet_2020%3BTous_contacts%3Binformation%3Bmail&utm_content=&utm_term=_

 

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Works & Process at the Guggenheim
Celebrates 50 Years of Dance Theatre of Harlem

 

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Dance Theatre of Harlem in Tones ll, choreography by Arthur Mitchell. Photo: Robert Altman/Works & Process at the Guggenheim

 

 

Although founded in 1969, Dance Theatre of Harlem made its official New York debut in 1971 in the Guggenheim Rotunda with a performance that included Co-founder Arthur Mitchell’s Tones. Our Virtual Ballet Series continues this week with the online premiere of DTH’s 2019 performance at the Guggenheim Museum for the Works & Process Rotunda Project: Dance Theatre of Harlem at 50, a program celebrating the Guggenheim building’s 60th anniversary and DTH’s 50th anniversary.

 

 The company paid tribute to its history with Tones II, a restaging of Tones by former DTH Principal Ballerina Lorraine Graves with assistance from former DTH Principal Ballerina Caroline Rocher, set to music by Tania León; the first three themes from choreographer George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, with music by Paul Hindemith; and DTH Resident Choreographer Robert Garland’s Nyman String Quartet No. 2, with music by Michael Nyman.

 

 

Works & Process Schedule of Events:

 

Thursday, July 9

Inside Works & Process: The Four Temperaments at 8pm 

 Watch a conversation with Deborah Wingert, a répétiteur for The George Balanchine Trust, on setting The Four Temperaments on Dance Theatre of Harlem, one of New York City Ballet’s solo pianists, Susan Walters, on playing The Four Temperaments live for the performance and DTH Company Artist Daphne Lee – on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram TV

 

 

Friday, July 10

“What's the Step?” at 3pm 

Learn a section from Resident Choreographer Robert Garland's Nyman String Quartet No. 2 taught by Company Artist Christopher Charles McDaniel – on Instagram Live.

 

 

Friday, July 10

Tones II - A Reflection On Arthur Mitchell at 8pm

 Current company artists Derek Brockington, Choong Hoon Lee, Amanda Smith and DTH alumni: former ballerina and Board Member China White, former ballerinas Gayle McKinney, Brenda Garrett-Glassman, and former Principal Dancer Donald Williams, reflect on their experiences working with Arthur Mitchell. Watch on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram TV.

 

 

Saturday, July 11

Works & Process at 8pm

Watch the online premiere of the September 2019 Works & Process performance streamed on YouTube, hosted by Caroline Cronson, producer of Works & Process at the Guggenheim. Viewers can participate in a live interactive chat on YouTube with Company Artists Christopher Charles McDaniel and Derek Brockington.

 

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Ballet Hispanico (NYC) “Watch Party”  tonight, 7pm est, featuring the online premiere of Edwaard  Liang’s El Viaje (The Voyage) to Ralph Vaughan William’s music. “Cocktails and Choreographers” to follow the premiere. The ballet should be up for viewing several days later. Details here:

https://www.ballethispanico.org/performances/repertory/El-Viaje-2019.html

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2 hours ago, bangorballetboy said:

Bit of bathtub Swan Lake here

 

And more information in this press release:

 

SWAN LAKE BATH BALLET

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·      Swan Lake Bath Ballet film by Corey Baker to be released on BBC iPLAYER and BBC.CO.UK/ARTS  Wednesday 8th July at 9.00 am BST

 

·      A modern-day Swan Lake filmed entirely remotely in the filled bathtubs of 27 elite ballet dancers from around the world

Corey Baker Dance has created a new short film entitled  Swan Lake Bath Ballet which will receive its world premiere screening on BBC iPlayer and bbc.co.uk/arts on Wednesday 8th July at 9.00 am BST as part of BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine, bringing arts and culture to the homes of the nation under lockdown.

 

Set to Tchaikovsky's famous swan theme, 27 elite ballet dancers from renowned dance companies perform a modern-day Swan Lake from their own home filled baths. Award-winning choreographer Corey Baker worked with dancers across the globe to choreograph and film Swan Lake Bath Ballet completely remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

In the film, Baker’s quirky choreography is performed in baths from New Zealand to South Africa, America to Hong Kong, Australia to the UK. Swan Lake Bath Ballet was filmed on smart phones, directed by Baker from his bathroom in the UK. Dancers found innovative solutions including a child’s scooter, piles of books and even a toilet plunger to help stabilise and enable camera angles.

 

Baker worked with long-time collaborator producer Anne Beresford as well as Director of Photography Nicola Daley ACS (Harlots, Paradise Lost), Editor Travis Moore, supported by Line Producer Guy Trevellyan. The team combined innovative technological solutions such as the app FiLMiC Pro and Zoom along with household makeshift tripods to make the film remotely.

 

Dancers filmed themselves, sometimes assisted by their housemates or partners, all directed by Baker and Daley from their separate bathrooms in the UK. Baker says about the experience, ‘It was like trying to hang a picture with your eyes closed from 5 miles away’.

The performers were drawn from a long list of distinguished companies including American Ballet Theatre, Royal Ballet, Paris Opera Ballet, Staatsballett Berlin, National Ballet of Canada, Dutch National Ballet, Birmingahm Royal Ballet (with whom Baker has a long relationship) and The Royal New Zealand Ballet, where Baker is Choreographer in Residence.

 

Baker says: ‘I am hugely indebted to the amazing 27 dancers and all the companies who really pulled the stops (plugs?) out to make this film happen. Dancers became camera operators, stage managers, as well as costume and prop department not to mention performing tricky choreography at the same time, all from their bath tubs’.

 

Corey Baker Dance has an international reputation for creating a diverse array of work across film, TV and theatre, using unusual locations and reaching non-traditional theatre audiences. Antarctica: The First Dance (Channel 4/The Space) was filmed on the icy continent celebrating Antarctica while we still have it. This was the first of three dance films with a ‘green’ focus, the other two being Spaghetti Junction with dancers from Birmingham Royal Ballet and Hong Kong Ballet filmed beneath Birmingham’s (in)famous motorway intersection and Lying Together with Hong Kong Ballet, filmed on location in rural and urban green spaces across Hong Kong. Both Spaghetti Junction and Lying Together were shown on BBC Culture in Quarantine in May/June 2020 for World Earth Day and World Environment Day respectively.

 

Swan Lake Bath Ballet was commissioned by Arts Council England and BBC Arts as part of Culture in Quarantine. With thanks to Royal Albert Hall.

 

 

About Culture In Quarantine

BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine initiative is an essential arts and culture service across BBC platforms that will keep the arts alive in people’s homes, focused most intensely across BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4, BBC Two, BBC Four, BBC Sounds, BBC iPlayer and www.bbc.co.uk/bbcarts. We are doing this in close consultation and collaboration with organisations like Arts Council England and other national funding and producing bodies.

This arts and culture service includes:

·     Guides and access to shuttered exhibitions, performances or permanent collections in museums , galleries and performance spaces;

·     Ways to experience books with privileged access to authors including a collaboration with the Big Book Weekend amongst other initiatives.

·     Jewels from the archive as well as brand new content ensuring that brand new theatre and dance performances will join with modern classics to create a repertory theatre of broadcast.

·     Participatory offers including masterclasses and ways to enable audiences to create at home through Get Creative

·     Topical arts through Front Row, Front Row Late, Free Thinking and more

·     A fund with Arts Council England to support around 25 artists to create new work

·     A place for arts organisations to share innovations from quarantine and for audiences to discover new things through www.bbc.co.uk/arts

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American Ballet Theatre (ABT) principal dancer Misty Copeland and New York City Ballet (NYCB) principal dancers Sara Mearns and Tiler Peck each work closely on performance excerpts with another acclaimed dance artist in this virtual five-part Studio 5 series curated and hosted by dance critic and historian Alastair Macaulay. Participating guests include Nina Ananiashvili (former ABT/Bolshoi principal), Merrill Ashley (former NYCB principal), Alessandra Ferri (former ABT/RB principal), Stephanie Saland (former NYCB principal), and Pam Tanowitz.
 

All virtual Studio 5 events will be streamed for one week on City Center’s YouTube channel and can also be viewed below on this page. Following the week-long streaming period, City Center members will receive access to an archive of the full series.
 

Studio 5 | Great American Ballerinas is part of City Center’s Live @ Home virtual programming and includes the following events.
 

  • Tiler Peck with Merrill Ashley
    On view from Thu Jul 16 at 3pm (8pm BST/UK Time)
     
  • Sara Mearns with Nina Ananiashvili
    On view from Thu Jul 30 at 12pm (5pm BST/UK Time)
     
  • Tiler Peck with Stephanie Saland 
    On view from Wed Sep 16 at 5pm  (10pm BST/UK Time)
     
  • Sara Mearns with Pam Tanowitz 
    On view from Wed Sep 23 at 5pm  (10pm BST/UK Time)
     
  • Misty Copeland with Alessandra Ferri
    On view from Wed Sep 30 at 5pm  (10pm BST/UK Time)
     

All programs are on view for seven days following the first airing.

 

Detailed Schedule - 

 

 

TILER PECK WITH MERRILL ASHLEY 
Thu Jul 16 at 3pm
On view for seven days through Wed Jul 22

 

In the first program of the series, NYCB principal dancer Tiler Peck, famous for her prodigious technique and musicality, works with former NYCB star and ballet master Merrill Ashley. Ashley created numerous roles for George Balanchine and is credited with establishing unprecedented levels of technique in the 1970s and ‘80s. Together they will explore a selection of Balanchine solos with Ashley coaching Peck live.

 


 

SARA MEARNS WITH NINA ANANIASHVILI
Thu Jul 30 at 12pm 
On view for seven days through Wed Aug 5

 

NYCB principal dancer Sara Mearns has become known as one of America’s foremost interpreters of the dual role of Odette-Odile in Swan Lake. She explores this classic role live alongside Georgian ballerina Nina Ananiashvili—a former principal dancer with Bolshoi Ballet and ABT, among others, and widely known as “one of the twelve greatest ballerinas of all time” (Daily Telegraph).

 


 

TILER PECK WITH STEPHANIE SALAND
Wed Sep 16 at 5pm 
On view for seven days through Tue Sep 22

 

NYCB principal dancer Tiler Peck works with former NYCB ballerina Stephanie Saland on the “green” solo from Jerome Robbins’s 1969 classic Dances at a Gathering. The only female solo in the hour-long quintessential piano ballet, Saland was coached in the role by Robbins himself who also choreographed a number of roles for her in the 1970s and ‘80s.

 


 

SARA MEARNS WITH PAM TANOWITZ
Wed Sep 23 at 5pm 
On view for seven days through Tue Sep 29

 

NYCB principal dancer Sara Mearns works with choreographer Pam Tanowitz to explore new solo material created for her. Both artists have extended their artistic range in recent years—Tanowitz revealing her distinct choreographic voice through a witty and inventive post-modern treatment of classical dance vocabulary and Mearns expanding her repertory to include works by modern dance pioneers Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, and Merce Cunningham, among others.

 


 

MISTY COPELAND WITH ALESSANDRA FERRI
Wed Sep 30 at 5pm 
On view for seven days through Tue Oct 6

 

In the final program of the series, Misty Copeland, the first African American principal ballerina with the prestigious ABT, revisits Juliet’s solo scenes in Act Three of Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet to demonstrate how a ballerina continually refines her repertory, along with international ballet star and ABT principal dancer Alessandra Ferri.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Stevie said:

 

 Balanchine  and those that followed him got this very wrong. Scotch is primarily a type of whisky distilled in Scotland, but also can refer to a type of egg preparation or a form of broth etc.

The music from which his choreography was derived is based on the more respectfully named Scottish Symphony, written by Mendlesohhn, following his visit to Scotland.

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On 08/07/2020 at 08:36, Jeannette said:

Ballet Hispanico (NYC) “Watch Party”  tonight, 7pm est, featuring the online premiere of Edwaard  Liang’s El Viaje (The Voyage) to Ralph Vaughan William’s music. “Cocktails and Choreographers” to follow the premiere. The ballet should be up for viewing several days later. Details here:

https://www.ballethispanico.org/performances/repertory/El-Viaje-2019.html

 

Oh my goodness! Did anyone else watch Liang’s El Viaje and was moved to tears, as was I? A highly emotional journey into the world of a recent émigré in her new land. It’s done in a universal manner to which any imigrant can relate.

 

The more I see of Edwaard Liang’s work, the more that I admire him...from Wunderland here at Washington Ballet, to Age of Innocence at the Joffrey, to the recently-streamed Infinite Ocean for San Francisco. I’ve seen perhaps a dozen of his works in the past 10 or so years and none fails to move me. So happy that he’s getting some decent “air time” during this COVID season.

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44 minutes ago, Stevie said:

 Balanchine  and those that followed him got this very wrong. Scotch is primarily a type of whisky distilled in Scotland, but also can refer to a type of egg preparation or a form of broth etc.

The music from which his choreography was derived is based on the more respectfully named Scottish Symphony, written by Mendlesohhn, following his visit to Scotland.

 

There's also, off the top of my head, Scotch mist and (in music) the Scotch snap. Scottish people have may have objected to the word in broader contexts for some time, but I doubt Balanchine was aware of this and it has a long history, being used by Scotsmen including Burns and - not far from Mendelssohn's own era - Sir Walter Scott.

 

(To be pedantic, Mendelssohn only ever privately named it the "Schottische", and as far as I'm aware never did so in English.)

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