Danza

Los aficionados a la danza y el ballet pueden utilizar el calendario para buscar entre la gran selección de próximos eventos. También pueden leer las críticas sobre las compañías de danza más importantes o las más pequeñas, los artistas menos conocidos o acerca del trabajo de coreógrafos de alrededor del mundo.
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Reviewed in Amsterdam

DNB: Ode to the Master

As generations of dancers move on and off the stage, working hard for their very short lived moment in the spotlight, we can rest assured that there will be many classic Van Manen pieces in the repertoire for them to dance.
Reviewed in Madrid

Ullate's Carmen seduces Madrid

Victor Ullate premieres his version of Carmen in Madrid’s Teatros del Canal. Mallarme’s story and Bizet’s score are updated in a sophisticated balletic rendering of the myth.
Reviewed in Los Angeles

Aszure Barton’s AWÁA has its local première in Los Angeles

If you are happy with simply watching beautiful bodies move through space with intermitent projections of underwater images, then you will thoroughly enjoy Aszure Barton's AWAA. For me, however, Barton has not yet mastered the craft of making an evening-long work.
Reviewed in Edinburgh

Yo Carmen, Maria Pagés

For the Edinburgh International Festival, María Pagés Company offers a new perspective on the character of Carmen, from the Bizet opera, in their production Yo, Carmen at the Edinburgh Playhouse.
Reviewed in Pompeii

Ballets Russes' Gesamtkunstwerk in Pompeii

Rome Opera Ballet in Massine's Parade/Pulcinella "under the volcano" for the anniversary of Picasso's visit to Pompeii and Naples.
Reviewed in London

ENB: Romeo and Juliet

Rudolf Nureyev’s production of Romeo and Juliet erupts with life, giving the dancers of English National Ballet the opportunity to show off spectacular dancing and dramatic content, as well as coping with his highly technical, yet deceivingly simple looking, steps.

The foundations of classical ballet: a French affair?

It’s common knowledge that Louis XIV developed the foundations of classical ballet in the late 17th century, during his long and rather extraordinary reign as King of France. But was the French King the true mastermind of ballet technique? 

Le Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris : l'excellence de l'école française

Les origines de l’Opéra de Paris : de la cour de Louis XIV au néo-classicisme.  L’Académie Royale de Danse, fondée en 1662 par Louis XIV et destinée à la chorégraphie de « danse théâtrale » à laquelle participait le Roi et ses courtisans, fut le premier germe de l’actuel Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris.
Marie Taglioni in <i>La Sylphide</i>, 1832 © Wikicommons
Marie Taglioni in La Sylphide, 1832
© Wikicommons

The influence of Italian virtuosity on Russian Ballet

From the courts of Italy during the Renaissance to the grandeur of the Russian Imperial Ballet, discover more about the influence of italian virtuosity on Russian ballet

A storybook world of ballet

From La Sylphide To Morris' contemporary The Hard Nut, fairytales are often at the centre of ballets' libretti

Stepping into Tchaikovsky Ballet: Swan Lake

Ask anyone who claims to know nothing about ballet to actually name one, the chances are it will be one of Tchaikovsky's.

Symphonic storytelling: The Sleeping Beauty

The Sleeping Beauty is perhaps the Ugly Duckling of Tchaikovsky’s three ballets. It was the second in the trilogy, completed in 1889, but has neither the dramatic thrust of Swan Lake nor the calorific sugar-coated charm of The Nutcracker in terms of popular appeal. 

The Nutcracker: casting a Christmas spell

Along with chestnuts, turkey and Carols from Kings, Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without The Nutcracker. It has become a staple part of the festive season. 
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.
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MilanOnegin

Tchaikovsky: Onegin
John Cranko; Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company; Teatro alla Scala Academy Orchestra

BonnTrois grandes fugues

Beethoven
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; Maguy Marin; Lucinda Childs; Ballet de l'Opéra de Lyon; Lyon Opéra Quatuor

ÁmsterdanOde to the Master

Prokofiev, Piazzolla, Andriessen
Hans van Manen; Dutch National Ballet; Matthew Rowe

LeipzigCityscape Dances - Tanz in den Häusern der Stadt

Leipziger Ballet

EstocolmoRomeo y Julieta

Prokofiev: Romeo y Julieta
Mats Ek; Anders Högstedt; Royal Swedish Ballet; Eva Ollikainen; Magdalena Aberg

GotenburgoKultWorld première

Unknown, Stravinsky
Ohad Naharin; Roy Assaf; GöteborgsOperans Danskompani; Göteborg Opera Orchestra
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Una Carmen con distinto acento en los Teatros del Canal

La CND presenta en Madrid Carmen, del coreógrafo Johan Inger, en un nuevo enfoque del mito de la cigarrera que ha ganado el premio Benois de la Danse. Los bailarines Daan Vervoot y Kayoko Everhart dan vida magistralmente a los protagonistas y la Orquesta Sinfónica Verum acompaña desde el foso.

Una revolución llamada Martha Graham en el Real

La Martha Graham Dance Company mantiene viva la figura de su revolucionaria creadora y resulta una suerta casi inmerecida el poder poder apreciar a esta compañía, que por estos días llena de aplausos y bravos el Teatro Real de Madrid.

Virtuosity in the Cuban Giselle

Anette Delgado and the Ballet Nacional de Cuba’s corps de ballet boost Giselle in Madrid.

Un Cascanueces sin brillo en los Teatros del Canal

El Ballet Nacional de Cuba trae a Madrid El cascanueces para su encuentro anual con el público español, con coreaografía firmada por Alicia Alonso y acompañados por la Orquesta Sinfónica Verum.

La CND da un salto cuántico con Forsythe

Sólo una duda se respira con el encendido final de la luz... ¿Qué será lo próximo? 

Un rayo de luz llamado Béjart ilumina Madrid

Béjart, el gran Maurice, ya no está, pero su danza flota sobre la ciudad para traernos la luz.
The Paris Opera Ballet closes the season with <i>La Sylphide</i> © Svetlana Loboff | Opéra national de Paris
The Paris Opera Ballet closes the season with La Sylphide
© Svetlana Loboff | Opéra national de Paris