Ballet Dancers in Isolation
Swans For Relief
32 premier ballerinas from 22 dance companies in 14 countries perform Le Cygne (The Swan) variation sequentially with music by Camille Saint-Saëns, performed by cellist Wade Davis, in support of Swans for Relief. Organized by Misty Copeland and Joseph Phillips, 100% of the funds raised will be distributed to each dancer’s company’s COVID-19 relief fund, or other arts/dance-based relief fund in the event that a company is not set up to receive donations.
Wilis in Corps-en-tine (Giselle Skit)
A funny interpretation of Giselle By the Australian Ballet.
Albrecht’s a cheater and he has to pay. The wilis are home in quarantine, but they’re getting mad together, corps-de-ballet style. While dancers of The Australian Ballet aka the Wilis are staying at home, they decide that revenge is an essential. After all, they’re dead already … A standing ovation to the creative team: Written, choreographed and directed by Garen Scribner and Danielle Rowe Produced and edited by Reneffolson Productions
A living room ballett by Eric Gauthier
I show you how to dance. You show me how to dance. Everyone on his own. Everybody together. Everybody for each other at home. Here’s how: watch the online dance tutorial, repeat after me and enjoy. (And shortly you’ll be able record a video and upload it using the hashtag #wohnzimmerballett. We’re still working on that). Then go, invite your friends and spread the fun. We’ll make one giant dance video. I’m Eric Gauthier – and now you are my house dancers. Together we’ll dance thee crisis away. Thanks to all of you.
Tea Dance from Nutcracker by Tiler Peck and James Whiteside
American Ballet Theater’s James Whiteside and NYC Ballet’s Tiler Peck dance Tea Dance from Nutcracker in Central Park, an excerpt from Whiteside’s benefit video „Fancy Nut Mix“
Swan Lake performed in 27 bathtubs! by BBC
Elite dancers from across the globe create a modern-day Swan Lake from their own bathtub Set to Tchaikovsky’s famous swan theme, 27 elite ballet dancers from renowned dance companies across the globe perform a modern-day Swan Lake from their own home (filled) baths. Swan Lake Bath Ballet was choreographed, filmed and post-produced completely remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.