The Royal Ballet on International Women’s Day

EVERYONE KEEPS ME_The Royal Ballet_ROH, Linbury Theatre. Choreographer; Pam Tanowitz, Dancers; Beatriz Stix_Brunell, Fumi Kaneko, Anna Rose O’Sullivan, Luca Acri, James Hay, Calvin Richardson

On 8 March at 6pm GMT, the Royal Opera House’s Instagram channel will broadcast a unique conversation between American choreographer Pam Tanowitz & Royal Ballet First Soloist Beatriz Stix-Brunell.

They will be exploring the process of creating Tanowitz’s critically acclaimed 2019 work Everyone Keeps Me, her first work for The Royal Ballet. This unmissable conversation will explore female choreography in the 21st century and female role models in the dance world.

Beatriz Stix-Brunell, Royal Ballet First Soloist comments: ‘International Women’s Day celebrates the economic, social, cultural, and political successes of women. When I think of people who have made impressions throughout my career, Pam Tanowitz is at the forefront. It was a privilege for me to work with her in Everyone Keeps Me and discover her unique language in dance, the movement feeling at once humble and bold – an important, honest, and distinctly female voice.’

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