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Queensland Ballet | The award-winning production by Peter Schaufuss La Sylphide has sold out

February 10, 2015

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Queensland Ballet | The award-winning production by Peter Schaufuss La Sylphide has sold out Queensland Ballet’s Brisbane season of Peter Schaufuss’ award-winning production of La Sylphide has sold out. Queensland Ballet’s Artistic Director Li Cunxin is thrilled. “I’m so excited that La Sylphide has been so popular among audiences. “Peter Schaufuss is an international ballet […]

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Ballet News Reviews | English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire

January 10, 2014

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Ballet News Reviews | English National Ballet’s Le Corsaire As stories go, Le Corsaire isn’t one you’d want to dwell on. At its core, the message isn’t a pleasant one to dwell on, even if it is supposed to be make-believe. However, staging this new production by Anna-Marie Holmes for English National Ballet has its […]

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CASTING IS ANNOUNCED for LES SAISONS RUSSES DU XX1e SIECLE at the COLISEUM – JULY 16-20

July 3, 2013

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CASTING IS ANNOUNCED for LES SAISONS RUSSES DU XX1e SIECLE at the COLISEUM – JULY 16-20 Making their highly anticipated return to the Coliseum in July, Les Saisons Russes will perform three programmes – a total of six ballets – including the London premiere of Cléopâtre – Ida Rubinstein, choreographed by Patrick de Bana plus […]

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Elizabeth Mason, Principal, Stuttgart Ballet

October 26, 2011

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Cupcakes & Conversation with Elizabeth Mason, Principal, Stuttgart Ballet What motivates you at 8am on a Monday morning? When I’m preparing for work on a Monday morning, I think about my goals for the week and how I want to accomplish those goals.  If I don’t have a show then I’m focused on improving specific […]

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Ballet News Reviews | Cinderella, English National Ballet

August 12, 2010

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Cinderella English National Ballet Coliseum, London 11th August 2010 Cinderella. A broomstick and a glass slipper. The moral of the story ?  Ladies – be a bit more careless with your shoes and you never know who might turn up. Michael Corder’s choreography begins with Cinderella alone at the fireside, missing her dead mother and cherishing […]

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