Tamara Rojo

Performances


English National Ballet

2014/15 Season Announcement


Nutcracker at London Coliseum
13 Dec 2014.
16 Dec 2014.
23 Dec 2014.
30 Dec 2014.
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Swan Lake at London Coliseum

Thu 8 Jan – Tamara Rojo and Alban Lendorf

Wed 14 Jan – Tamara Rojo and Alban Lendorf

Sat 17 Jan (eve) – Tamara Rojo and Alban Lendorf

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Modern Masters

Sadler’s Wells, London

10 Mar 2015 – 15 Mar 2015.

Ksenia Ovsyanick and James Forbat in Petite Mort. Photo: © David Jenson

Ksenia Ovsyanick and James Forbat in Petite Mort. Photo: © David Jenson

Modern Masters honours the work of three of the most influential and creative choreographers of the 20th Century, and brings two new works to English National Ballet’s repertoire.

PETITE MORT
Created in 1991, Ji?í Kylián’s poetic piece, features six men, six women, and six fencing foils, symbolising energy, silence and sexuality. Performed to the slow movements of two Mozart Piano Concerti, the foils slowly become dancing partners, as the brutality of everyday life is revealed. Petite Mort is a quintessential Kylián masterwork, loved by our audience and our dancers when we performed it last year.

SPRING AND FALL
In the same year that Petite Mort was premiered, Hamburg Ballet’s John Neumeier, a new master of narrative and dramatic ballet, created Spring and Fall. Set to the Dvo?ák’s Serenade for Strings in E Major, it is a work for two couples and corps de ballet and takes its narrative from the tension in the music. Spring and Fall is not in the repertoire of any other UK company.

IN THE MIDDLE, SOMEWHAT ELEVATED
With In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, William Forsythe started a completely new school of choreography, deconstructing classical ballet and liberating a new generation of classical dancers to show off their abilities. Set against a bare stage it is danced by nine individuals culminating in a fierce display of technical and physical wizardry.

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coppelia2

A delicious classical ballet choreographed by Ronald Hynd after Marius Petipa and Arthur Saint-Léon. Score by Léo Delibes.


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