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Diana Vishneva and Alexander Vodopetov

Diana Vishneva (Mariinsky Ballet) as “Tatiana” and Alexander Vodopetov (Bolshoi Ballet) as “Prince Gremin”, “Onegin” (III act) choreography by John Cranko, “Diana Vishneva XX”, Mariinsky Theatre (May 5, 2015) 23 more words

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Maria Eichwald and Filip Barankiewicz

Maria Eichwald and Filip Barankiewicz, “Hommage au Bolshoi”, choreography by John Cranko, Stuttgarter Ballett, 2015 Gala des Etoiles, Grand Théâtre Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (May 15-16, 2015) 96 more words

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Diana Vishneva, Alexander Volchkov and Alexander Vodopetov

© Philippe Jordan

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Diana Vishneva and Alexander Volchkov

Diana Vishneva (Mariinsky Ballet) as “Tatiana” and Alexander Volchkov (Bolshoi Ballet) as “Onegin” choreography by John Cranko, “Diana Vishneva XX”, Mariinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia (May 5, 2015) 21 more words

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Onegin - Royal Opera House 24th January 2015

If things had worked out differently, would Tatiana and Onegin ever have made a good couple?

All is well to start with.  Beatriz Stix-Brunell is a lovely, sunny Olga, with a radiating smile and the easy confidence of the effortlessly popular.   605 more words

Interview
Special

John Neumeier in the Netherlands
Part 1: Introduction and history of the ballet Sylvia, ou La Nymphe de Diane

by Gerard Mosterd

Sylvia, ou La Nymphe de Diane was the first classical ballet to premiere in 1876 in the newly built Palais Garnier, the Paris Opera. 2,582 more words

Gerard Mosterd

Winter is a-coming...

Geese are getting fat. I’m getting increasingly worried about my inability to find a pair of boots I like.

However, all is not lost! ROH’s general booking opened today (technically yesterday by now) and I am hashtag winning! 189 more words

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