Tag Archives: Jiri Kylian

Bodytorque 2013: so far, so good, now for the future nurturing of talent

Almost a decade ago, David McAllister, artistic director of the Australian Ballet attended a conference in England where he, and

The Australian Ballet’s 2014 repertoire

Stanton Welch’s production of La Bayadere, Peter Wright’s The Nutcracker and Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon are the three main ingredients of

In the mind of Akram

They say that all the characters in our dreams represent us, the dreamer. If Akram Khan’s production, iTMOi, is the

NDT in Sydney: Sweet Dreams are Made of This

Nederlands Dans Theater’s season at the Sydney Opera House is united by the dreamlike quality of a quartet of pieces

Roslyn Anderson on working with Kylián and news of his future plans

In anticipation of Nederlands Dans Theater’s tour to Sydney next month I recently spoke with Jiri Kylián’s long-term assistant and

Kylián calls time out at NDT

In a surprise move, Jirí Kylián and Nederlands Dans Theater have announced that the company will not perform the works

At the Vanguard: tough and tender was the night

Vanguard is a trio of sweets. The first and last are sharp and brittle, a wake-up for the palate. In

Seeing through the mask: a new book on the life and work of Pina Bausch

In a recent edition of Dance Europe magazine, Paul Lightfoot, artistic director of Nederlands Dans Theater, names Pina Bausch as

Guillem and the Pink Panther: a partnership that wasn’t to be

6000 Miles Away, a showcase for Sylvie Guillem, is the umbrella title for three works by the distinguished Europe-based choreographers,

Rearranged by Forsythe and de-glamourised by Ek, Sylvie still shows that perfect line that comes from her ballet beginnings

In Sylvie Guillem’s production, 6000 Miles Away, William Forsythe’s abstract duet, Rearray, is the brain and Mats Ek’s melancholy solo,