Tag Archives: William Forsythe

World Ballet Day, #5 San Francisco Ballet and the Wrap Up

In nine months Helgi Tomasson will celebrate his 30th year as artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet. I think

Forsythe’s letter to his wife opens Sydney Dance Company’s 2015 season

William Forsythe’s Quintett, created in 1993, is the centerpiece of Sydney Dance Company’s 2015 season. Forsythe has said that Quintett

Now and then in the Australian Ballet’s night of white

When William Forsythe rehearsed his In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated with the Paris Opera Ballet in 1987 he asked one

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,

Akram Khan on mortality, truth and commercial imperatives

Described as brilliant, bonkers, bizarre and, of course, terribly British – the artistic element of the Olympic Games opening ceremony

Stuttgart’s Australian tour: Onegin and a galaxy of stars

As the Australian Ballet is bringing Onegin back to the stage next year, it’s interesting to recall that the first

Sylvie at 46

Sylvie Guillem won high praise – four stars from London critics – for her brief season last week at Sadlers