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Artiste: Tamara Rojo

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ManchesterRaymonda

© Karolina Kuras
Glazounov: Raymonda
Marius Petipa; Tamara Rojo; English National Ballet; Antony McDonald; Mark Henderson

SouthamptonRaymonda

© Karolina Kuras
Glazounov: Raymonda
Marius Petipa; Tamara Rojo; English National Ballet; Antony McDonald; Mark Henderson

Milton KeynesRaymonda

© Karolina Kuras
Glazounov: Raymonda
Marius Petipa; Tamara Rojo; English National Ballet; Antony McDonald; Mark Henderson

LondresRaymonda

© Karolina Kuras
Glazounov: Raymonda
Marius Petipa; Tamara Rojo; English National Ballet; Antony McDonald; Mark Henderson

StockholmCinderella

Cinderella
Prokofiev: Cinderella
Tamara Rojo; Royal Swedish Ballet; Koen Kessels; Christian Lacroix; Royal Swedish Orchestra
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A roller-coaster of diverse dance as ENB celebrates its 70th

Erina Takahashi and James Forbat in Harald Lander's Etudes © Laurent Liotardo
A slick and stylish celebration at the Coliseum of this great company's achievements over 70 years.

Northern Ballet at 50: a gala celebration in Leeds

© Guy Farrow
Northern Ballet reaches its half-century with a gala at Leeds Grand Theatre featuring highlights from its "greatest hits".

Tamara Rojo fascina con la Giselle sagrada de Akram Khan

El espectro de la Giselle de Akram Khan persuade a la audiencia con la interpretación sublime, impecable y arrebatadora de Tamara Rojo.

Tamara Rojo leads from the front in Akram Khan’s Giselle

Tamara Rojo (Giselle) © Laurent Liotardo
Akram Khan's bold reimagining of Giselle continues to go from strength to strength. After touring to venues from Moscow to Chicago, it returns to Sadler's Wells. 

ENB: Song of the Earth /La Sylphide

Fernando Carratala Coloma, Tamara Rojo and Joseph Caley in Song of the Earth © Laurent Liotardo
ENB’s double-bill lurches, rather jarring, across centuries dividing a nineteenth century canonical romantic ballet from the streamlined expressionism of Kenneth MacMillan’s 1965 Song of the Earth.