Daria Klimentová gives her farewell performances in English National Ballet’s run of Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall, which opens on June 11. She speaks to Zoe Anderson about Juliet and about her partnership with Vadim Muntagirov.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PERFORMANCES OF SWAN LAKE HAVE BEEN CANCELLED. HOWEVER, DANCING TIMES CAN OFFER TICKETS TO THE DIAGHILEV FESTIVAL PROGRAMME AT THE LONDON COLISEUM AS AN ALTERNATIVE COMPETITION PRIZE. SEE BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS.
Les Saisons Russes du XXIe Siècle, under the artistic direction of Andris Liepa, returns to the London Coliseum with a varied programme of dance that opens on July 8 and includes performances of the opera-ballet Le Coq d'or, and ballets choreographed by Mikhail Fokine.
Wilton’s Music Hall (pictured) has announced Wilton’s Strike!, a new dance festival which offers emerging dance artists the chance to perform on Wilton’s historic stage.
The Cottier Dance Project, a new Glasgow dance festival, launches this month with new commissions and collaborations and archive film screenings. A strand of the West End Festival, run in partnership with the Cottier Chamber Project, the festival runs at Glasgow’s Cottiers Theatre and the Grosvenor Cinema from June 22 to 27.
Based in Croix, near Lille, Ballet Bartkowski is a new professional company for high-level ballet students aged 18 to 23. Founded by Heidi and Waldemar Bartkowski, the new company will train committed and talented students who aspire to a professional dance career. The company opens in September 2014, and is holding auditions on June 22.
Rambert is launching an intensive course inspired by its Event performances, giving dancers the opportunity to work with the company’s music fellow Kate Whitley and former Rambert dancer Stefano Rosato.