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NagoyaIceland Symphony Tours, Japan

Sigurbjörnsson, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Sibelius
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy; Nobuyuki Tsujii

Hamamatsu CityThe 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition - First Stage

Contestants of the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition, Piano

BirminghamMakedonissimo: Music from Macedonia

Makedonissimo: Music from Macedonia
Traditional Macedonian: Folk music
Simon Trpčeski; Hidan Mamudov

OkayamaIceland Symphony Tours, Japan

Sigurbjörnsson, Chopin, Rachmaninov, Sibelius
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy; Nobuyuki Tsujii

AmsterdamNederlands Dans Theater 1

Hofesh Shechter; Marco Goecke; Sol León; Paul Lightfoot; Nederlands Dans Theater 1; Matthew Rowe; Het Balletorkest

LondonColette Sadler: Learning from the future

Learning from the Futue
Colette Sadler; Leah Marojevic

ZürichEmergence / Speak for Yourself

Emergence / Speak for Yourself
Belton, Various
Crystal Pite; Sol León; Paul Lightfoot; Ballett Zürich; Zurich Junior Ballet; Jay Gower Taylor; Linda Chow

Hong KongFestival Opening

Valen, Dvořák, Piazzolla
The Trondheim Soloists; Emilia Amper; Trey Lee; Unknown
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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company Tackles Marathon 7-Hour Performance

Artists of Bill T Jones / Arnie Zane Company in Pretty, The Escape Artist © Reed Hutchinson | Cap UCLA
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company captures the audience for seven hours during this trilogy of works meditating on memory, suffering, and relationships.
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Stark raving: SDC clubs out with Forever & Ever

Frame of Mind © Pedro Greig
Sydney Dance Company's contrasting double bill revisits Rafael Bonachela's elegantly reflective Frame of Mind and premieres Antony Hamilton's bemusing and rave-inspired Forever & Ever.
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Julie Cunningham/ Botis Seva/ Alesandra Seutin Reckonings

Julie Cunningham's m/y © Johan Persson
A forward-looking celebration of the past twenty years' of dance at Sadler's Wells, presenting the work of three emerging choreographers.
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NDT2 in Berlin: Let the Dust settle

NDT2 in Clug's Mutual Comfort © Joris Jan Bos Photography
NDT 2’s 'microcosm' is on display at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele with a mixed bill of four works created for these young talents
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Out of the black box: Projecting [space[ Meg Stuart / Damaged Good

Projecting [Space[, Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters © Laura van Severen
Projecting [space[ by Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods is a two hour immersion between dance and performance art, a way of finding the Other within us, presented at the Reinbeckhallen for HAU.
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World Premieres at NYCB Deliver Much-Needed Jolt

NYCB in Matthew Neenan’s The Exchange, in costumes by Gareth Pugh © Paul Kolnik
As City Ballet grapples with lawsuits and lurid accusations, and the loss of an unprecendented number of male principals, new works by Kyle Abraham, Gianna Reisen, and Matthew Neenan stoke inspired performances from the dancers. 
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An alluring Common Ground

Shuaib Elhassan (with company members) in Common Ground © Chris Hardy
Abstract ballet always asks the question of meaning, and Alonzo King Lines Ballet is one of the few companies that answers that question with existential exactness. 
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Les Grands taps into the emotional depths of Lady Chatterley's Lover

Raphael Bouchard and Eline Malegue in Lady Chatterley's Lover © Sasha Onyschenko
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens has brought a brand new piece to the stage; a neo-classical adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s controversial novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
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