Ballet of the Opera National de Bordeaux

In Carmina Burana, choreography by Mauricio Wainrot. The five-part ballet is set to the iconic score of the same name by composer Carl Orff and features the full company in a powerful and visually-stu...

Ballet Preljocaj

In Mille et une nuits, choreography by Angelin Preljocaj. The provocative choreographer’s brand new creation draws inspiration from the inexhaustible imagery of the popular Arabic tales of Persi...

Maribor Ballet

In Watching Others, choreography by Edward Clug, music by Milko Lazar. As the director of Slovenia's Ballet Maribor, Clug has proven to be an inventive force at the forefront of contemporary dance.&nb...

Evolution Dance Theatre

In Firefly, choreography by Anthony Heinl. Evolution Dance Theater was founded in 2008 by the former Momix dancer and choreographer Anthony Heinl. The company combines dance and acrobatics with sophis...

Giselle

Balletto del Teatro alla Scala in Giselle, choreography by Coralli/Perrot. With Svetlana Zacharova and Roberto Bolle. First performed in 1841, Giselle is the archetypal classical ballet. Jean Coralli...

Aily II

In a mixed programme known simply as “Ailey II”, this is the youthful second company of the Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre. It is renowned for merging the spirit and energy of best young dance...

Balletboyz

In The Talent 2013, new creations for 10 dancers with choreographies by Russel Maliphant and Liam Scarlett. This latest double bill by William Trevitt and Michael Nunn’s BalletBoyz shows off ten...

La Sylphide

La Sylphide, for Maggiodanza choreography by Auguste Bournonville. When the first version of La Sylphide premiered in Paris in 1832, its audiences were spellbound by its special effects, by the strang...

Henri Oguike Company

In V4: The Seasons/White Space, choreography by H. Oguike. Oguike has a Welsh mother and a Nigerian father and was born in Swansea. He was 18 months old when the family moved to Nigeria. His mother so...

Don Quixote

In Don Quixote, choreography by Petipa/Gorgsky. With guest artist Svetlana Zacharova. Originally choreographed by Marius Petipa to the music of Ludwig Minkus, Don Quixote was first presented by the Ba...

Howool Baek

In Fade/Nothing for body, choreography by Howool Baek, a Korean young choreographer based in Berlin. She was a hiphop dancer when she was a teenager and then moved on to contemporary dance. Her first...

IMEE

In DV Deserter, Elliptical Capture, Frozen Angels and Grim Eye. Choreography by M. Causey, S. Gavin Hering, A.A. Shelley. Infinite Movement Ever Evolving is a contemporary dance company which was co-f...

Jan Fabre

In Drugs Kept Me Alive, choreography by Jan Fabre. This provocative work is described as a monologue that explores the existence of a man who is addicted to the full-on chemical high of living his lif...

Maggiodanza in Florence

21-26 Feb. In Short Time Two: platform of new dance. This initiative is a showcase for young choreographers who have been offered the extraordinary chance to show their work by creating a short wor...

Cristiana Morganti in Reggio Emilia

15-16 Feb. In Moving with Pina. For many years, Cristiana Morganti was one of Pina Bausch’s dancers at the legendary Wuppertal Dance Theatre. Since Bausch’s death in 2009, she has been...

Ballet Preljocaj in Reggio Emilia

9 Feb.  In Ce que j’appelle l’oubli, choreography by Angelin Preljocaj. Preljocaj’s latest work is drawn from a book of the same name by Laurent Mauvignier. It is a fictional...
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