Two weeks ago the Royal Ballet announced it’s 2018/19 season and I’ve decided once again to go through the upcoming rep, give my thoughts and any dancers I’ve love to see cast in the upcoming ballets. Continue reading “The Royal Ballet’s 2018/19 Season”
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.
Hayward and Hay never failed to combine grace, beauty and striking lyricism in Ashton’s 30-minute spectacular.
Salenko’s shining Sugar Plum and McRae’s Prince accented, sharpened and shaped the choreography to Tchaikovsky’s twinkling score.
Pigeons is such a success that it should see the stage as often as Swan Lake.