Tag Archives: Thais pas de deux

BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET’S AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND DANCE

December 18, 2012

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BIRMINGHAM ROYAL BALLET’S AN EVENING OF MUSIC AND DANCE AT SYMPHONY HALL, BIRMINGHAM Presented by former Royal Ballet dancer Deborah Bull Performance: Saturday 26 January at 7.30pm Town Hall & Symphony Hall Ticket Office: 0121 780 3333 or visit Symphony Hall’s website For one performance only, Birmingham Royal Ballet and its acclaimed orchestra The Royal […]

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BALLET SAN JOSE ANNOUNCES 2013 REPERTORY SEASON AND NEW 2012 PRODUCTION OF THE NUTCRACKER

August 24, 2012

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BALLET SAN JOSE ANNOUNCES 2013 REPERTORY SEASON AND NEW 2012 PRODUCTION OF THE NUTCRACKER   REPERTORY SEASON HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE A WORLD PREMIERE FROM JESSICA LANG, THE COMPANY PREMIERES OF DON QUIXOTE AND WORKS BY MERCE CUNNINGHAM, JORMA ELO, KURT JOOSS, AND SIR FREDERICK ASHTON   NEW MUSIC DIRECTOR & CONDUCTOR ENGAGED   COMPANY ALSO ANNOUNCES […]

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The Royal Ballet casting | Debuts during Winter 2012/13

July 18, 2012

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The Royal Ballet casting debuts during Winter 2012/13 Following the recently announced company promotions, there are some notable debuts in place during the Winter season at The Royal Ballet, which covers the period between November 2012 and April 2013, so here are the dates and details for your diary.  Public booking opens on 17th October 2012. Please note that listing […]

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Ballet NEWS | The Royal Ballet makes first historic visit to Cuba this summer

May 11, 2009

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Today The Royal Ballet has announced details of their summer tour – and their first visit to Cuba. What a thrill for the Habaneros to watch Frederick Ashton’s Voices of Spring and Thaïs pas de deux, among others. Manon will be another highlight, with Carlos Acosta and Tamara Rojo reprising their roles, but I’m surprised […]

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