Ballet Backstage | Swan Lake in pictures

June 14, 2013

Ballet News

Ballet Backstage | Swan Lake in pictures

Daria Klimentova & Vadim Muntagirov in Swan Lake.  Photograph Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova & Vadim Muntagirov in Swan Lake. Photograph Cheryl Angear

If you’re heading to see English National Ballet’s Swan Lake in the round at the Royal Albert Hall over the coming weeks, here’s a taster of what you may see.

Vadim Muntagirov  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Vadim Muntagirov Photograph : Cheryl Angear

The casting is available here if you’d like to choose which dancers to see.

swan lake

Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova  Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Vadim Muntagirov Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Vadim Muntagirov Photograph : Cheryl Angear

swan lake

Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova  Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova  & Vadim Muntagirov Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova & Vadim Muntagirov Photograph by Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Max Westwell  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Max Westwell Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Max Westwell  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Max Westwell Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova  Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Daria Klimentova Photograph : Cheryl Angear

Swan Lake  photograph Cheryl Angear

Swan Lake photograph Cheryl Angear

You can see more photos and read my review of the press night.

Things you don’t know about Swan Lake.

Read more about how a Swan Lake tutu is made at English National Ballet, and how much it costs !

Backstage photos of this production are also available.

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One Response to “Ballet Backstage | Swan Lake in pictures”

  1. michelle gibson Says:

    I saw this at the weekend! what an amazing production – simply wonderful. Superb choreography, beautiful imagery (despite not much scenery) and full 3d effect created by being staged in the centre of the Albert Hall. Shame that the audience were not able to fully applaud all participants, as only the principals took the curtain call – I do feel the Swans (all of them!) and rest of the cast deserved their moment too!