Linda

Her favourite ballets feel like good books – one can see them 1,000 times and they always feel fresh. Linda loves Giselle, all full-length MacMillan plus Song of the Earth, Robbins’s Dances at a Gathering, Balanchine’s Serenade and Agon, Ashton’s Scènes de Ballet and Symphonic Variations.

Morphoses

The Morphoses London Season opens tonight at Sadler’s Wells with a programme dedicated to 100 years of Ballets Russes, an appropriate choice for a…

One Hundred Years

Diaghilev was a man ahead of his time, a visionary capable of bringing together the most talented artists of his generation and nurturing them…

Human Nature

Mayerling may not  be for everyone, but it is an undeniable example of how ballet can go beyond technical prowess or fairy-tale narrative, geometrical…

Agon

Is this ballet for you? Go If Agon is probably one of the quintessential Balanchine pieces in every balletomane’s punch card. You should go…