Diavolo Dancers Navigate Treacherous Terrain

14/10/2018

Trajectoire (c) George Simian

Various Composers, Dancers of Diavolo | Architecture in Motion®:  The Music Center’s Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 12.10.2018. (JRo)

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Simple Communication Through Movement from Forsythe’s A Quiet Evening of Dance

08/10/2018

William Forsythe – A Quiet Evening of Dance: Sadler’s Wells, London, 5.10.2018. (JO’D)

William Forsythe’s Seventeen/Twenty One

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Acosta Danza Are Sensational But This Carlos Acosta Celebration Is Not A Total Success

03/10/2018

Carlos Acosta – A Celebration: Carlos Acosta with Acosta Danza. Royal Albert Hall, London, 2.10.2018. (JPr)

Carlos Acosta & Acosta Danza in Rooster © Tristram Kenton

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Ambitious NEBT’s Remembrance Marks the Centenary of the Armistice

30/09/2018

New English Ballet Theatre – Remembrance/The Four Seasons: Peacock Theatre, London, 28.9.2018. (JO’D)

NEBT’s Remembrance (c) Deborah Jaffe

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Jacqui and David Morris’s New Documentary Film Nureyev Celebrates a Unique Man and Dancer

23/09/2018

A Review of the Documentary film Nureyev Released Worldwide in Cinemas on 25 September

**** NUREYEV

Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn

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Lest We Forget is Back and Akram Khan’s Dust Leads the Charge

21/09/2018

Liszt, Cowton, Pook, Lest We Forget: Artists of English National Ballet, English National Ballet Philharmonic / Gavin Sutherland (conductor), Sadler’s Wells, London, 20.9.2018. (JPr)

Tamara Rojo & James Streeter in Akram Khan’s Dust (c) Arnaud Stephenson

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Music and Dance Dominate in Satellite Collective’s Multimedia Echo & Narcissus

19/09/2018

Aaron Severini, Echo & Narcissus: Soloists, Dancers, ShoutHouse/Alex Burtzos (conductor), Satellite Collective, BAM Fischer, Brooklyn, 15.9.2019. (RP)

Matteo Fioriani (Narcissus) in Echo & Narcissus © Lora Robertson

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In Pure Dance Osipova Can Seem to be Speaking a Language Not Her Own

17/09/2018

Natalia Osipova’s Pure Dance: Sadler’s Wells, London, 14.9.2018. (JO’D)

Anthony Tudor’s The Leaves Are Fading: Natalia Osipova and David Hallberg (c) Johan Persson

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