Tag Archives: Wayne Eagling

A weekend in the world of the star crossed lovers

Meng Ningning, Romeo&Juliet, Queensland Ballet, photo © David Kelly

In 1993, when Li Cunxin was a principal at the Houston Ballet, one of the newest dancers to join the

Muntagirov quits English National Ballet to become the youngest male principal at the Royal Ballet

Daria Klimentova and Vadim Muntagirov in Swan Lake, photo © John Ross

When Wayne Eagling was artistic director of English National Ballet he feared that the young dancer he mentored, Vadim Muntagirov,

Daria Klimentova: look at her now!

Daria Klimentova's autobiography, front cover photo © Arnaud Stephenson

Daria Klimentova’s autobiography is not so subtly subtitled Agony and Ecstasy: My Life in Dance. The Agony + Ecstasy addendum

Here’s to 2013, not forgetting the best moments of 2012

With the Paris Opera Ballet in Sydney in January/February and the Bolshoi Ballet in Brisbane in May/June, 2013 is set

Rojo and Lopez sieze the chance to call the tune

Tamara Rojo, ad for fashion label Hoss Intropia

With this week’s appointment of Tamara Rojo, 37, as the new artistic director of English National Ballet, and Lourdes Lopez’s

Inside Wayne’s world at English National Ballet

Wayne Eagling

THE English National Ballet is in limbo after the sudden resignation of artistic director Wayne Eagling. The announcement of his

Wayne Eagling resigns from English National Ballet

Wayne Eagling with Daria Klimentova, English National Ballet, photo © Bex Singleton

The English National Ballet has announced the resignation of the artistic director, Wayne Eagling. News of his departure (which will

The May-December triumph of Daria and Vadim

Daria Klimentova and Vadim Muntagirov, Swan Lake Act III, photo © John Ross

At 38, Daria Klimentova, was ready to retire when she was called to Wayne Eagling’s office. The artistic director of

English National Ballet: Australian tour announced

Elena Glurdjidze in Suite en blanc

When the English National Ballet last toured Australia in 1999, the then artistic director, Derek Deane, brought an extravaganza –