Tamara Rojo Imprescindibles TVE

“IMPRESCINDIBLES” Tamara Rojo: Todos los sueños en mí – TVE

‘Imprescindibles’ viaja a Londres para conocer a Tamara Rojo, una de nuestras bailarinas más internacionales. Su mirada creativa durante los diez años como directora artística del English National Ballet ha revolucionado el concepto del ballet clásico. ‘Tamara Rojo, Todos los sueños en mí’, recorre los caminos que ha seguido la bailarina hasta convertirse en una estrella mundial de la danza.

Tamara Rojo se despide este año de los escenarios como bailarina en su última gira que la lleva por Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester y París con la obra ‘Giselle’, para finalmente establecer su residencia en la ciudad de San Francisco y hacerse cargo de la Dirección Artística del San Francisco Ballet. Otro reto creativo que le hace continuar con su búsqueda ¿Cuál es el futuro de la danza?

SAN FRANCISCO BALLET ANNOUNCES FIRST SEASON UNDER THE DIRECTION OF TAMARA ROJO


SAN FRANCISCO BALLET ANNOUNCES FIRST SEASON UNDER THE DIRECTION OF TAMARA ROJO

WATCH THE 2024 SEASON TRAILER HERE

Company’s 2024 Repertory Season includes world premiere commissions; a double-bill of Latina choreographers; reimaginations of Pandora’s Box and Carmen; an exploration of Frida Kahlo’s life; and classics rarely performed in the U.S.

RECUERDOS DE MIS ESTUDIOS EN EL INSTITUTO ALICIA ALONSO

Algunos recuerdos de mis estudios en el Centro Universitario Instituto Superior de Danza Alicia Alonso de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Some memories from my studies at the Centro Universitario Instituto Superior de Danza Alicia Alonso of the Rey Juan Carlos University

The Pointe Shoe Anti-Bunion Stretcher by Tamara Rojo tamara rojo anti-bunion stretcher

A NEW VERSION OF GISELLE

GISELLE

A NEW VERSION OF GISELLE FOR THE ENB BY AKRAM KHAN

Read English National Ballet Giselle Reviews

The creative process behind Akram Khan’s Giselle

4 October 2016

Looking back at reimagining Giselle with Tamara Rojo, Akram Khan, Ruth Little, Vincenzo Lamagna, Gavin Sutherland, Tim Yip and ENB dancers.

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She Said

English National Ballet, Sadler’s Wells – Reviews

“Dancer Tamara Rojo presents three powerful and engrossing ballets rolled into one stunning performance” by Melissa York – CITYA.M

“TAKE two of the world’s greatest dancers simmering in a heartbreaking tale of love and loss, then stir in a passionate female artist and her unfaithful and irresistible lover and what you’ve got is hot.” by Jeffery Taylor – The Express

” If She Said means anything, it is to prove that creating quality choreography does not require a penis” by Graham Watts – London Dance

“A marvellous image of creativity and power” by Zoë Anderson – Independent

“Tamara Rojo explores her inner Diaghilev in a fascinating bill of new work” by Jenny Gilbert – The Arts Desk

“When Tamara Rojo delivers, she delivers” by Vera Liber – British Theatre Guide

“She Said at Sadler’s Wells” by Debra Craine -The Times

“Three steps forward for women” by Luke Jennings – The Observer

AKGiselleNew score, adapted from Adolphe Adam original by composer Vincenzo Lamagna.

Set and costumes by Tim Yip.

Performed by English National Ballet Philharmonic. Music director; Gavin Sutherland.

Dramaturgy; Ruth Little. Lighting design; Mark Henderson.

“When I decided I wanted to bring Giselle, one of the most traditional pieces of the classical repertoire, into the 21st Century there was only one choreographer I believe had both the knowledge of tradition and creativity necessary for this task. I am incredibly excited that Akram accepted this challenge. I believe this will be a very important step for the whole art form and I hope it will make this beautiful classic relevant to new audiences.”
Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director, English National Ballet.

English National Ballet Giselle Reviews

The creative process behind Akram Khan’s Giselle

4 October 2016

Looking back at reimagining Giselle with Tamara Rojo, Akram Khan, Ruth Little, Vincenzo Lamagna, Gavin Sutherland, Tim Yip and ENB dancers.

Tamara Rojo on staging two versions of Giselle