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The Royal Ballet rehearse The Sleeping Beauty #WorldBalletDay 2019

Fumi Kaneko rehearses The Sleeping Beauty

The Royal Ballet rehearse The Sleeping Beauty #WorldBalletDay 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dbGkETQnlQ


The Royal Ballet rehearse The Sleeping Beauty as part of #WorldBalletDay 2019. Fumi Kaneko as the Lilac Fairy and Beatriz Stix-Brunell, Luca Acri, Anna Rose O'Sullivan, James Hay, Mayara Magri, Benjamin Ella, Yuhui Choe, Kevin Emerton, Claire Calvert, Calvin Richardson, Nicol Edmonds as Fairies and Cavaliers rehearse The Sleeping Beauty with coaching from Christopher Carr, Gary Avis and Samantha Raine and accompanied by pianist Paul Stobart. The Sleeping Beauty holds a special place in The Royal Ballet’s repertory. It was the ballet with which the Company reopened the Royal Opera House in 1946 after World War II, its first production at its new home in Covent Garden. Margot Fonteyn danced the role of the beautiful Princess Aurora in the first performance, with Robert Helpmann as Prince Florimund. Sixty years later, in 2006, the original 1946 staging was revived by then Director of The Royal Ballet Monica Mason and Christopher Newton, returning Oliver Messel’s wonderful designs and glittering costumes to the stage.

The masterful 19th-century choreography of Marius Petipa is combined with sections created for The Royal Ballet by Frederick Ashton, Anthony Dowell and Christopher Wheeldon. Together they create an enchanting sequence of gems in the ballet repertory – from the iconic Rose Adage, when Aurora meets her four royal suitors, and the lilting Garland Waltz to the Vision Pas de deux, as Florimund sees Aurora for the first time, and the celebratory divertissements and final pas de deux that bring the ballet to its glorious close. Throughout, Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky’s masterful score takes ballet music to a height of passion, sophistication and intensity that arguably has never been surpassed. Enjoy this video? Subscribe to our channel to receive notifications about new ballet and opera clips. To book tickets or find out more about the Royal Opera House, head to www.roh.org.uk


Fumi Kaneko rehearses The Sleeping Beauty Rose Adage #WorldBalletDay 2019 (The Royal Ballet)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Argw1SzEFk


Fumi Kaneko rehearses The Sleeping Beauty Rose Adage with Darcey Bussell, Kevin O'Hare, Joseph Aumeer, Téo Dubreuil, Lukas Bjørneboe Brændsrød and Tomas Mock accompanied by pianist Paul Stobart as part of #WorldBalletDay 2019. Enjoy this video? Subscribe to our channel to receive notifications about new ballet and opera clips. The Sleeping Beauty holds a special place in The Royal Ballet’s repertory. It was the ballet with which the Company reopened the Royal Opera House in 1946 after World War II, its first production at its new home in Covent Garden. Margot Fonteyn danced the role of the beautiful Princess Aurora in the first performance, with Robert Helpmann as Prince Florimund. Sixty years later, in 2006, the original 1946 staging was revived by then Director of The Royal Ballet Monica Mason and Christopher Newton, returning Oliver Messel’s wonderful designs and glittering costumes to the stage. The masterful 19th-century choreography of Marius Petipa is combined with sections created for The Royal Ballet by Frederick Ashton, Anthony Dowell and Christopher Wheeldon. Together they create an enchanting sequence of gems in the ballet repertory – from the iconic Rose Adage, when Aurora meets her four royal suitors, and the lilting Garland Waltz to the Vision Pas de deux, as Florimund sees Aurora for the first time, and the celebratory divertissements and final pas de deux that bring the ballet to its glorious close. Throughout, Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky’s masterful score takes ballet music to a height of passion, sophistication and intensity that arguably has never been surpassed.


Kevin O'Hare

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_O%27Hare


Joseph Aumeer

http://www.roh.org.uk/people/joseph-aumeer


Téo Dubreuil

http://www.roh.org.uk/people/teo-dubreuil


Lukas Bjørneboe Brændsrød

http://www.roh.org.uk/people/lukas-bjrneboe-brndsrd


Tomas Mock

http://www.roh.org.uk/people/tomas-mock

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Norwegian Dancer – From Breakdance to London’s Royal Ballet

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Don Quixote - Act I finale (Marianela Nuñez and Carlos Acosta, The Royal Ballet)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fKxzQ8ARTQ

Carlos Acosta as Basilio, Marianela Nuñez as Kitri, Yuhui Choe and Beatriz Stix-Brunell as Kitri's friends, Luca Acri, Paul Kay, Kenta Kura and Michael Stojko as the Rascals, Philip Mosley as Sancho Panza, Gary Avis as Lorenzo and Bennet Gartside as Gamache in Carlos Acosta's production of Marius Petipa's Don Quixote, with music by Ludwig Minkus. Carlos Acosta, Principal Guest Artist of The Royal Ballet, created his first work for the Company in 2013. He chose one of his favourite ballets – Marius Petipa's Don Quixote, a joyful adaptation of Miguel de Cervantes's classic novel. Acosta's production has proved itself a firm audience favourite, acclaimed for its breathtakingly virtuoso dancing, eye-popping designs by Tim Hatley and the sheer energy and exuberance of the production as a whole. The adventures of the bumbling knight Don Quixote and his ever-faithful squire Sancho Panza have been the inspiration for countless ballets, of which Petipa's is one of the best loved. Acosta has danced the virtuoso role of Basilio many times, and brings that experience to his unique and vibrant vision of the story. Ludwig Minkus's score, created for Petipa, is full of Spanish flair and atmosphere. Don Quixote, with its famously bravura Act III pas de deux and infectious ebullience, is wonderfully entertaining.


Adam: Giselle (The Royal Ballet)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TLSrI_hXEw

Giselle remains one of the most popular Romantic ballets of all time. The story brings together an engaging mix of human passions, supernatural forces, and the transcendent power of self-sacrificing love. The production by Sir Peter Wright catches the atmosphere of this great Romantic ballet, especially in the perfection of its White Act, with ghostly maidens drifting through the forest in spectacular patterns -- one of the most famous of any scenes for the corps de ballet. Giselle dances with lightness and fragility, giving the impression of floating through the mist. This is one of The Royal Ballet's most loved and admired productions, faithful to the spirit of the 1841 original yet always fresh at each revival. This performance features former Bolshoi star and now Royal Ballet principal Natalia Osipova in a breath-taking interpretation of the title role. Giselle: Natalia Osipova Albrecht: Carlos Acosta


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAVd5lsbonE


The Nutcracker – Sugar Plum pas de deux: Adagio (Nuñez, Muntagirov, The Royal Ballet)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qy6dlGpC3Ns


What's in a Ballet Shoe

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Ballet Evolved: How ballet class has changed over the centuries

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