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Performer: Liam Scarlett

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San FranciscoProgram 2: Classical (Re)Vision

Bach, Glass, Anderson
Stanton Welch; Liam Scarlett; Mark Morris; San Francisco Ballet; San Francisco Ballet Orchestra

LondonNew Marston / New ScarlettNew production

New works
Cathy Marston; Liam Scarlett; The Royal Ballet; Hildegard Bechtler; Bregje van Balen; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

LondonSwan Lake

Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake
Marius Petipa; Lev Ivanov; Liam Scarlett; The Royal Ballet; Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden

LondonTombeaux / Preludes / Symphonic Dances

Walton, Chopin, Rachmaninov
David Bintley; Alexei Ratmansky; Liam Scarlett; The Royal Ballet; Alondra de la Parra; Jon Morrell; Keso Dekker; David Finn
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A lively evening of pure dance from San Francisco Ballet

Yuan Yuan Tan and Luke Ingham in Scarlett's Hummingbird © Erik Tomasson
An enjoyable evening of thematic dance but without any insights into the future of ballet. 
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Liam Scarlett's Frankenstein is back at The Royal Ballet

Artists of the Royal Ballet in Frankenstein © ROH, 2019 | Andrej Uspenski
Despite drawbacks, this is a bold and imaginative approach to creating dance theatre from the titan of gothic horror 
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Asphodel Meadows/ The Two Pigeons, a beautiful pairing of repertoire

Reece Clarke and Beatriz Stix Brunell in Ashton's The Two Pigeons © ROH, 2019 | Bill Cooper
Exceptional performances from a cast wholly comprised of first soloists and soloists provide a good omen for the future of The Royal Ballet   
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ENB's Lest We Forget opens at Sadler's Wells

ENB in Liam Scarlett's No Man's Land © Laurent Liotardo
Lest We Forget, a triptych of original work first commissioned in 2014 for the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War now returns to the repertoire to commemorate a hundred years since the armistice of 1918.
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The Lady in Red: Queensland Ballet’s Firebird and Carmen

Camilo Ramos and Sophie Zoricic in Acosta's Carmen © David Kelly
A youthfully fresh corps and Victor Estévez hold together this uneven double bill, with Acosta’s troubled Carmen demonstrating the challenges of adapting opera to ballet.
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