Born in Brazil, Mayara joined the Royal Ballet in 2012 as an Artist. At the end of the 2015/16 season she was promoted to Soloist of the Royal Ballet.
Cuthbertson brings MacMillan’s dramatic intensions to light amid the dark space
Hayward and Sambé are mesmersing
“Murphy’s Swan Lake is a wonder to die for.”
Scarlett’s production sets the bar high for ballets to come.
Act II is a glorious display of classical technique expertly weaved with Wheeldon’s contemporary influence.
Earlier today the Royal Ballet announced their 2016/17 Season and I’ve decided to expand on it by giving my thoughts on what’s in store for the company for the next year! Continue reading “The Royal Ballet’s 2016/17 Season”
Salenko’s supple bourrées, lengthy jetés and perfectly placed lines are simply to-die-for.
Heap’s singular technique and exquisite fury as the Queen of the Wilis was enthralling.
Here, Choe is royal.