Carlos Acosta: Classical Selection (with Marianela Nunez)

Carlos Acosta: Classical Selection (with Marianela Nunez) Carlos Acosta and Marianela Nunez are beautiful dancers. Watch their Don Quixote pas de died and act 1 finale. It is beautiful

Semyon Chudin and Olga Smirnova in The Taming of the Shrew

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Seeing Tsars  Not long now until the return of Kenneth MacMillan’s Anastasia - tomorrow in fact!  The ballet is based on the life of Anna Anderson, a woman who believed herself to be Princess Anastasia, the youngest daughter of the Romanov family, who were assassinated during The Russian Revolution in 1918. Unable to convince those around her, Anderson was committed to a mental asylum – but her story gripped the public in the 1960s and 70s, with many people believing – or wanting to believe…

Seeing Tsars Not long now until the return of Kenneth MacMillan’s Anastasia - tomorrow in fact! The ballet is based on the life of Anna Anderson, a woman who believed herself to be Princess Anastasia, the youngest daughter of the Romanov family, who were assassinated during The Russian Revolution in 1918. Unable to convince those around her, Anderson was committed to a mental asylum – but her story gripped the public in the 1960s and 70s, with many people believing – or wanting to believe…

Hugo Marchand and Leonore Baulac in the new creation of William Forsythe for the Paris Opera Ballet: 'Blake Works'. Photo by Isabelle Aubert

Hugo Marchand and Leonore Baulac in the new creation of William Forsythe for the Paris Opera Ballet: 'Blake Works'. Photo by Isabelle Aubert

Nutcracker 2015 with RWB company dancers Yoshiko Kamikusa and Luzemberg Santana photo credit: Rejean Brandt

Nutcracker 2015 with RWB company dancers Yoshiko Kamikusa and Luzemberg Santana photo credit: Rejean Brandt

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