Tag Archives: Tamara Rojo

Queensland Ballet unveils its 2014 season

The wow factor in the Queensland Ballet’s 2014 season, announced today, is Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo & Juliet, featuring guest artists

The elusive first position in ballet: a race that can never be truly won

by Annie Carroll It must be nice to finish first in a race. I imagine that each time Michael Phelps

The Brisbane ballet connection: new faces, new beginnings

Five days in Brisbane, two Bolshoi Ballet performances, one visit to the Queensland Ballet, one Bolshoi Conversation Series talk and

Rojo and Polunin: “The dancers become the dance”

February in London can be the nastiest month of the year. Winter lingers. Seasonal affective disorder gets a grip. The

Rojo and Lopez sieze the chance to call the tune

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

Behind the velvet curtain: a true insight into a company at work

More than a decade ago, Christopher Millard, director of press and communications at the Royal Opera House, explained to me

The Sergei Storm at the Royal Ballet

Ten choreographers showcased their works in progress last evening at the Royal Opera House but one man who wasn’t there

Prokofiev and the elusive search for happiness

Renaissance Venice, Antarctica, a Tibetan temple, a Bollywood wedding and the lovers’ death in the desert are all part of