Dance

For dance and ballet fans, you can use our calendar to find a great selection of upcoming events and read reviews from top dance companies as well as smaller, lesser known artists and choreographers from around the world.
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Reviewed in Los Angeles

Trisha Brown: in Plain Site

The Trisha Brown Dance Company's "In Plain Site Los Angeles" demonstrated how dance can beautifully reflex the art and sculture surrounding it.
*****
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Reviewed in New York

Joffrey's NY gala disappoints

I can’t help feeling that an opportunity was missed.
***11
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Reviewed in San Francisco

Made for SF Ballet

Changes in pace for a brilliantly dynamic company.
****1
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REVIEWED IN LONDON

Jewels

The Royal Ballet’s 50th anniversary revival of Balanchine’s abstract ballet Jewels is a showpiece displaying a company of dancers in celebratory form. 
****1
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REVIEWED IN LEEDS

Casanova, World Première

We all know of Casanova, the lover; now, we have a Casanova to love
****1
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Reviewed in Hong Kong

Asia Pacific Dance Platform

Two experimental dance companies from Turkey and Australia brought intriguing, cerebral work to the Hong Kong Arts Festival. 
****1
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DANCE IN BELGIUM
INTERVIEW

Gabriela Carrizo-Peeping Tom

Co-fondatrice de la compagnie Peeping Tom aux côtés de Franck Chartier, Gabriela Carrizo présente sa nouvelle création Moeder (Mère), deuxième volet d’un triptyque autour des portraits familiaux du père, de la mère et des enfants, sur les scènes européennes
FOCUS

Brussels, a dance capital

The Brussels Dance! Festival not only gives an insight into the dance riches of the city, but also into the many creative spaces and unique theatres of Brussels. 
REVIEW

We're pretty fucking far from okay

Lisbeth Gruwez and Nicolas vladyslav zoom in on what fear does to the body. An intense performance that goes further than just a demonstration of tight muscles and stress.
***11
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COMPANY FOCUS: Ballets Philippines:Innovations through Decades of Crisis

Ballet Philippines: a rare gem

Appraising the legacy and the future of the dance company established nearly 50 years ago by pioneer Alice Reyes, whose distinctive signature is both Asian and Western.
In the studio with choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

In the studio with Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Belgian choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa is in New York. Ahead of the première of her new work for the New York City Ballet, Bachtrack visits her in the studio during rehearsals. 
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MunichAlice in WonderlandNew production

Talbot: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Christopher Wheeldon; Bavarian State Ballet; Myron Romanul; Nicholas Wright; Bob Crowley; Bayerisches Staatsorchester

ZürichZurich Ballet: Mixed BillNew production

Various, Bryars
Hans van Manen; Jacopo Godani; William Forsythe; Ballett Zürich; Keso Dekker; Mélanie Borel; Giulia Tonelli; Katja Wünsche

MadridWilliam Forsythe Session

Schubert, Various, Willems
William Forsythe; Compañia Nacional de Danza; Stephen Galloway

BudapestLe CorsairePremiere

Various: Le Corsaire
Anna-Marie Holmes; Marius Petipa; Konstantin Sergeyev; Tamás Solymosi; Hungarian National Ballet; István Rózsa; Nóra Rományi; Kirk Bookman

StockholmThe Dream of Swan Lake

Tchaikovsky: The Dream of Swan Lake
Pär Isberg; Royal Swedish Ballet; Lars-Åke Thessman; Jérôme Kaplan

AmsterdamJuniors go Dutch

Dutch National Ballet's Junior Company
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Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: a Gem

Catch this company wherever and whenever you can.
****1
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Curated by Justin Peck

Open-ended works provide different angle on Ballet across America
****1
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All-Balanchine

I cannot sufficiently repeat that Peter Martins’ legacy will be measured by the number of outstanding dancers he has nurtured during his tenure.
****1
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Each Other, Scottish Ballet

Scottish Ballet’s Each Other taps into the visceral impact from the image of worn, discarded shoes to create a poignant and compelling piece about the tensions between different groups.
****1
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NYCB All Robbins

Sterling Hyltin owns The Concert and seems to be having the best time of anybody onstage.
***11
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Ballet Across America, curated by Misty Copeland

Misty Copeland curates the first of a richly diverse programme celebrating American dance
****1
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