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Le Béjart Ballet de Lausanne revient sur la scène du Pin Galant, par Antoine De Baecke(Sud Ouest)

Jean-Paul Burle est un homme heureux. Les deux saisons qui s'enchaînent auraient pu lui poser souci, puisque les travaux dans lequel son vaisseau amiral, le Pin Galant, s'est engagé, lui ont coûté quelques représentations. Mais l'Entrepôt du Haillan, de dimensions bien plus modestes il est vrai, est resté ouvert, et que la fréquentation n'en a finalement que peu souffert. Les abonnements seraient même sur une pente ascendante...

Le Ballet National de Lorraine au Maroc : "Etcetera", une chronique de la danse contemporaine (Au Fait Maroc)

Après le Ballet national de Marseille et son spectacle Métamorphoses, c'est au tour du Ballet de Lorraine (France) d'investir les planches -du 18 au 25 juin- des Instituts français de Casablanca (Mohammedia), Marrakech et Meknès, avec son spectacle Etcetera...

Le restaurant L'Opéra, une création signée par l'architecte Odile Decq (Le Courrier de l'architecte)

Le Palais Garnier a été inauguré le 5 janvier 1875. Dès son ouverture, Charles Garnier, l’architecte, envisage la création d’un restaurant. Son projet ne verra pas le jour, faute de moyens. Deux autres tentatives furent initiées par les directeurs du théâtre en 1973 par Rolf Liebermann puis en 1992 par Pierre Bergé, mais ne virent pas le jour pour des raisons similaires. En mars 2007, le directeur en place, Gerard Mortier, devant la concurrence internationale des maisons d’opéra et dans une volonté d’ouvrir l’Opéra à de nouveaux publics, décide de relancer le projet au travers d’un appel d’offres...

Der romantische Ballett-Dauerbrenner "Giselle" in technisch perfekter Ausführung als Wiederaufnahme in der Wiener Staatsoper, par Barbara Freitag (Der Standard - Vienne)

Es war ein beliebtes Sujet des 19. Jahrhunderts: sich zu Tode tanzende junge Frauen, die eine Spur der Verwüstung nach sich ziehen. Die Literatur hatte einiges dergleichen zu bieten; und auch Heinrich Heine nahm das stark erotisch aufgeladene Thema des ausgelassenen Tanzens auf. Er schrieb den Aufsatz Elementargeister und gab darin die alte slawische Sage von den Wilis wider - junge Bräute, die vor der Hochzeit gestorben sind und noch über das Grab hinaus ihre tödliche Tanzlust nicht befriedigen können. Zur Mitternacht lauern sie jungen Männern auf und tanzen diese quasi gewaltsam in den Tod...

Nach mehrjähriger Pause kehrt das romantische Ballett "Giselle" an die Staatsoper zurück. (Kurier - Vienne)

"Giselle" gilt als Höhepunkt des romantischen Balletts. Nach mehrjähriger Pause kehrte die in Paris uraufgeführte Choreografie in Elena Tschernischowas Wiener Fassung von 1993 nach Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot und Marius Petipa wieder an die Staatsoper zurück.
Zweifellos eine Bereicherung des Repertoires. "Giselle" vermag durch ein auf Heine basierendes Libretto mit dem Aufeinandertreffen von Realität und Sagenwelt, durch noble Choreografie und romantische Atmosphäre bis heute zu überzeugen. Doch kann das Wiener Staatsballett, das in dieser Saison bisher schon oft begeisterte, diesmal nicht ganz an die herausragenden Leistungen anschließen. Direktor Manuel Legris betreute die Einstudierung nicht persönlich, was sich vor allem in der verhaltenen Charakterisierung der Protagonisten zeigte...

Dancer Carlos Acosta Finds His Own Rhythm, par Bruce Palling (The Wall Street Journal)

Born into a family of 11 in Havana, Carlos Acosta began dancing when he was 9 years old, after his father signed him up for ballet school because he feared his son was heading for a life of delinquency and oblivion. The life of the now 38-year-old principal guest artist of the Royal Ballet has been anything but. Based in London for the past decade, Mr. Acosta has performed with every major ballet company in the world—next week, he will dance in "Romeo and Juliet" at the O2 Arena in London—and he has created his own show, called "Premieres Plus," which will be on at the London Coliseum in late July...

Birmingham Royal Ballet back at the Hippodrome, par Diane Parkes (The Birmingham Mail)

Brimingham Royal Ballet is back on home turf after a whirlwind three week tour of Japan. And the company is performing two different programmes at Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre from next week. Delibes’ Coppelia tells the tale of the eccentric toy maker Dr Coppelius and his efforts to bring his doll Coppelia to life. But his plans risk going awry when the cheeky lovers Swanilda and Franz decide to break into his workshop and find the doll. With choreography by former BRB director Sir Peter Wright, this timeless tale is a popular choice for adults and young ballet fans...

National Ballet of Cuba comes to O.C., par Paul Hodgins (The Orange County Register)

Alicia Alonso didn't get to be one of Cuba's most famous and longstanding cultural ambassadors without learning a thing or two about politics. The National Ballet of Cuba, which Alonso founded, comes to the Segerstrom Center starting June 15 for six performances. Orange County will see a mixed-rep program of excerpts from "Swan Lake," "Giselle," "Coppélia," "The Sleeping Beauty" and other classics. A conversation with Alonso reveals that in addition to possessing artistry and management skills, she has developed an unerring sense of diplomacy over the years, crucial when running an arts organization that receives the privilege of foreign travel from Cuba's communist government...

A Collection of Classics With a Cuban Touch, par Roslyn Sulcas (The New York Times)

The Ballet Nacional de Cuba’s short season, which opened at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Wednesday, also concludes the ¡Si Cuba! Festival, which has brought all things Cuban to the city for several weeks now; That’s a good thing, as is, in theory, the rare appearance of this company, a breeding ground for the many marvelous Cuban dancers in major ballet companies all over the United States and abroad. But watching the Ballet Nacional is like accessing a time machine and being speedily transported to different past eras. The company’s style is part mannered classicism (low legs, delicately bent arms, dropped wrists, stylized poses), part Soviet bravura (mad pirouetting, spectacular jumps), part Ballets Russes de Havana (sketchy sets and costumes, shameless milking of applause, big personalities)...

Cuban ballet touching down in O.C., par Candice Baker (Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot)

One of the world's top ballet companies will stop at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts next week. But they're not Russian; they're not even European. They hail from Havana, Cuba. The Cuban National Ballet's production of "The Magic of Dance" will feature the most beloved excerpts from 19th century ballets like "Swan Lake," "Don Quixote," "The Sleeping Beauty," "Coppélia" and "Giselle." Following its engagement in Orange County, the company will move to Los Angeles to perform "Don Quixote" in its entirety from June 23 to 26. The company was founded in 1948 by renowned ballerina and choreographer Alicia Alonso, and has quickly risen to global prominence. "I think we have a really strong ballet technique at our school," said Viengsay Valdés, prima ballerina of the Cuban National Ballet. "It's one of the most renowned ballet schools, and all Cuban [male] dancers are very strong. The ballerinas have powerful legs and strong angles and turns and jumps. Plus we have that passion for dance; the musicality."...

Cuban time capsule, par Leigh Witchel (The New York Post)

Watching the Bal let Nacional de Cuba is a fascinat ing, strange expe rience, like being in rickety time machine that needs a whack to get started. On opening night Wednesday, some things fell apart, but when they worked, it was a window on ballet as it might have looked half a century ago. The company, with a live orchestra, is on its first American tour in almost a decade. It's dancing full ballets in other cities, but a program of snippets here: dances and pas de deux from an entire season's worth of classics jammed into an evening. The versions are all by the company's director, legendary ballerina Alicia Alonso, based on what she herself danced in the 1940s...

Ballet, Cuban Style, par Marina Harss (The Faster Times)

The Ballet Nacional de Cuba is in town for the first time since 2003, thanks to the city-wide Cuban arts festival “Si, Cuba!” As one might expect, there was a certain buzz of excitement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on June 8 for the opening performance of the company’s four-day run, given the rarity of their visits. More often, we see this or that spectacular product of the Cuban ballet system dancing with one of our own companies or a visiting European troupe. The Cuban national ballet school is clearly exceptional: students are trained for free, and thus may come from a variety of financial, social, and racial backgrounds, a reality we cannot begin to imagine here in the U.S. Thus we get dancers like Carlos Acosta, of the Royal Ballet, son of an impoverished truck driver, who enrolled him in ballet school in order to rein in his considerable energy...

Cuban Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company Performs in Qatar (Radio Cadena Agramonte)

Rhythms and dances filling people’s hearts with emotion make up the program that the Lizt Alfonso Ballet Company is presenting this week at the National Theater of Qatar, entitled “Cuba Vive”. Lizt accepted the request of Cuba’s ambassador to that nation, Armando Vergara, of carrying out an additional presentation for Cubans working in Qatar, who will be joined by youngsters from the University of Doha. Company sources told ACN that this is the second time it dances in that country of the Middle East. In 2010, the group represented Cuba in Qatar, as the capital of Arab Culture, with its piece Fuerza y Compas...

Top Cuban ballerina for IBG (Artslink - Afrique du Sud)

The International Ballet Gala proudly welcomes Viengsay Valdes to its cast line up and announces a superb addition to the show repertoire. Viengsay Valdés, the Principal Ballerina of the National Ballet of Cuba, will join the illustrious line up of dancers for the forthcoming International Ballet Gala (IBG) performances at Montecasino. Ms. Valdés will perform two show stopping pas de deux from Don Quixote and Swan Lake (the famous ‘Black Swan’ pas de deux). The International Ballet Gala takes place one night only at the GrandWest Arena in Cape Town on 29 June and thereafter runs at the Teatro at Montecasino from 7-10 July 2011. Ms. Valdés will ONLY dance in the performances in Johannesburg...

Michael Clark, Tate Modern, London, par Clement Crisp (The Financial Times)

Almost a decade ago, Merce Cunningham brought his company to Tate Modern and placed one of his Events in the tremendous space of the Turbine Hall. Beneath Olafur Eliasson’s existing Weather Project installation, a simulacrum of the sun, the dance echoed and blossomed in long, long perspectives, and even reflected above our heads in the looking-glass. We walked, we watched, we rejoiced. Now British choreographer Michael Clark has made a work for only half of the same space, and with a Little Ease of bum-numbing seats lining his arena (your own cushions are essential if you go). The resultant display – fruit of last summer’s exercise in which a group of some 70 non-dancers learnt to perform what are always called “site-specific” sequences of movement – has become an evening-long affair, tiresomely entitled th, that lasts 90 minutes with an overly generous interval. ..

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