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English National Ballet’s First World War Premiere Danced beside National Portrait Gallery’s Vast War Paintings

English National Ballet’s First World War Premiere Danced beside National Portrait Gallery’s Vast War Paintings English National Ballet’s world premiere ‘In Parenthesis’ with the National Portrait Gallery’s massive full-length group portraits of First World War officers as a dramatic backdrop for Museums at Night English National Ballet will present a First World War themed world […]

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English National Ballet Collaborates with the Royal College of Music

English National Ballet Collaborates with the Royal College of Music   Choreographics, A Letter To … 3-4 May 2013                                                                                                     English National Ballet dancers turn choreographers when five of them get a chance to create new works in collaboration with students from the Royal College of Music. In a new partnership, Choreographics, A Letter […]

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English National Ballet casting for L’Arlésienne, Le Jeune Homme et la Mort & Carmen

English National Ballet has announced casting for it’s upcoming triple bill opening at the London Coliseum on 21st July (until 24th July).  You will note some changes which have been made since the release of promotional material. L’Arlésienne Vivette will be performed by Elena Glurdjidize and Erina Takahashi Frederi will be performed by Vadim Muntagirov […]

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English National Ballet : Black & White

Resolution Photography throughout : Helen Maybanks Black & White English National Ballet London Coliseum 16th March 2011 Five ballets in one hit make quite an impact – first-timers to the ballet will find something to love in this programme. Wayne Eagling’s Resolution, based on Mahler’s Rückert Lieder is a collection of five songs, beautifully and clearly […]

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English National Ballet’s Daria Klimentová & Vadim Muntagirov in rehearsal

If you’ve been entranced by Agony & Ecstasy, the three-part documentary series following English National Ballet over the course of 2010, you might be surprised to discover that neither Romeo & Juliet nor The Nutcracker are currently being performed.  Instead they have innovatively scheduled, among others, a hint of Swan Lake (Black Swan pas de deux) and […]

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