L’Après-midi d’un Faune & What Wild Ecstasy: A Photo Gallery

by alicepennefather on May 24, 2012

Photographer Alice Pennefather attended the Rambert’s general rehearsal last week and snapped the company in Nijinsky’s L’Après-midi d’un Faune and Mark Baldwin’s ferosh new work What Wild Ecstasy, both presented as part of the spring season at Sadler’s Wells:

(Click on thumbnails to enlarge & see as slideshow)

All Photos: © Alice Pennefather

About Alice Pennefather:

With a twin brother flying high as a star of the Royal Ballet, Alice’s creative talents lie in image making. After studying photography at Falmouth College of Arts, she spent 6 years travelling and working abroad, focusing on scuba diving and filming underwater. She has recently returned to London and rediscovered her love of everything Ballet. Alice now works as a freelance photographer, and is a regular at the Royal Ballet General Rehearsals – photographing for us here at The Ballet Bag.

You can see more of Alice’s work at Alice Pennefather – Dance Photography.

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