The jury was made up of 9 internationally renowned dance professionals, chaired by Mr Julio Bocca, former Principal of American Ballet Theatre, New York and director of the Ballet Nacional Sodre, Uruguay. Congratulations to all winners. They did a great job.
The 7 Prix de Lausanne 2016 prize winners are:
126 Hang YU, 16 years old, China
307 Madison YOUNG, 17 years old, USA
Weiterlesen „Winners 2016 of Prix de Lausanne“
„The James Dean of the Ballet World“ Sergei Polunin was decribed by Daily Telegraph in 2012. He quit the Royal Ballet in London sensationally and stopped his golden carreer by himself. Enjoy to see him dancing in „Take me to church“, by Hozier, directed by David LaChapelle.
Article in the guardian from February 2015 von Judith Mackrell
Sergei Polunin dances with his demons to Hozier’s Take Me to Church
David LaChapelle captures the Ukrainian dancer’s battle to make peace with his talent – and in another viral video, Baryshnikov partners Lil Buck
Weiterlesen „Ballet Star Sergei Polunin: Intimate Prodigy“
Dancers hear a lot of annoying things on a regular basis. Sometimes it gets hard to just grin and bear it without offering a sassy response. Just in case you know a dancer, here are 11 things we are sick of hearing (so stop saying them).
Weiterlesen „11 Things You Should Stop Saying To Dancers“
The full list of prizewinners – Congratulations to all winners!
Matthew Ball, The Royal Ballet
Jane Attenborough dance UK award
Best classical choreography
Wayne McGregor for Woolf Works, for the Royal Ballet
Best modern choreography
Crystal Pite for Polaris, for Sadler’s Wells
Weiterlesen „The UK Critics‘ Circle National Dance Awards 2016“
Alexei Ratmansky is one of the most reknowned choregraphers today. He reconstructs and revives old ballets by spending months to study the movement score, step by step. So Sleeping Beauty came out with more subtlety, with more gradation and more in-between things. These are small differences but in the end it makes a changed ballet. Weiterlesen „„What is Sleeping Beauty?“ Alexei Ratmansky researched“
Film lifts the curtain on infighting at the institution after an acid attack on its artistic director. The Calvert Journal reports – Source: The Guardian
Read full article: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/27/bolshoi-babylon-film-ballet-russia-film-nick-read
The film has been shown on HBO in the US. It was released on 8 January 2016 in Great Britain’s cinemas. Its premiere has not yet been announced for Germany and Switzerland.