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Ballet Association: News of Upcoming Talks and Events

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1 hour ago, Rachel H said:

 

Non members can indeed 'just turn up.' Hope you, and any others (members, and non members) are able to come along.

 

Hello Rachel H and welcome to the Forum!

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21 hours ago, Jan McNulty said:

 

Hello Rachel H and welcome to the Forum!

 

Thank you 🙂

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Or welcome back, as the case may be :) 

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Hot on the heels of Francesca Hayward, choreographer CATHY MARSTON will be talking at The Ballet Association  next Wednesday as she begins to work on her new piece for The Royal Ballet which has been inspired by Jacqueline du Pre

 

Date: 4th September

Time: 7.30pm

Place: Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue

Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road

Cost: £5.00 (members); £4.00 (usual concessions) and £9.00 (non-members)

 

 

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Royal Ballet Artists Sophie Allnatt and Aiden O'Brien will be talking at The Ballet Association  next Wednesday. It is usual, at this time of year, for the Association to hear from recently joined dancers and to ask them about the Royal Ballet's Summer Tours.

 

Date: 11th September

Time: 7.30pm

Place: Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue

Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road

Cost: £5.00 (members); £4.00 (usual concessions) and £9.00 (non-members)

 

 

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Thanks so, capybara.  It was such a fascinating meeting last night with the insightful Cathy Marston.  So rich in its detail and vastly enjoyed by those present.  

 

I was particularly touched when Francesca Hayward at her delightful BA session of but one week ago mentioned that she would herself be in attendance at next Wednesday's BA meeting in support of her friend/colleague, Sophie Allnatt.  For me it highlighted how strong the Royal Ballet's family ethic is at heart - an invaluable asset oft highlighted in the performances themselves.   

 

What a wonderful organisation the Ballet Association is.  

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32 minutes ago, Bruce Wall said:

Thanks so, capybara.  It was such a fascinating meeting last night with the insightful Cathy Marston.  So rich in its detail and vastly enjoyed by those present.  

 

I was really disappointed to have to miss this.  I got as far as the platform, the train came in, and I suddenly realised I didn't feel well enough to make the trip, so went home instead :( 

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The Royal Ballet's newest Principal, Marcelino Sambe,  will be talking at The Ballet Association next Tuesday.

 

Date: 8th October 2019

Time: 7.30pm

Place: Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue

Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road

Cost: £5.00 (members); £4.00 (usual concessions) and £9.00 (non-members)

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Following quickly on a great evening with the Royal Ballet's newest Principal, Marcelino Sambe,  newly promoted soloists Romany Pajdak and Isabella Gasparini will be talking at The Ballet Association next week:

 

Date: 18th October 2019 (Friday)

Time: 7.30pm

Place: Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue

Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road

Cost: £5.00 (members); £4.00 (usual concessions) and £9.00 (non-members)

 

 

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On ‎01‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 17:36, capybara said:

The Royal Ballet's newest Principal, Marcelino Sambe,  will be talking at The Ballet Association next Tuesday.

 

That was a packed talk!  I suspect the meeting report will probably be about twice the average length :) 

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