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Why you must watch Madu

Dyumna Chhabraartist, Ballet, ballet boys, ballet on big screen, boys ballet Leave a Comment

“So, it’s only dance that takes him there? Only dance.” Art doesn’t create distinctions, people do. Madu is a testament to how access to learning and performing an artform can be a life-turner, and how passion can drive one beyond the walls they’ve known and persevered within all their life. This documentary follows the journey of a young Nigerian boy ...
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Must Watch Ballets this Festive Season

Elina WisungBallet, ballet on big screen, ballet productions, Education, inspiration Leave a Comment

The winter holidays are upon us, and it is the perfect time to sit back and enjoy some well-deserved quiet time. While you put your feet up and have a nice cup of hot chocolate, why not dive into the world of dance? Here are some beautiful pieces that you can watch at home with family and friends - enjoy! ...
Beatrix Potter feature

Ballet on the Big Screen – Beatrix Potter

Elina Wisungballet on big screen, ballet productions, community, student scoop Leave a Comment

By Aradhana Kiran, Maya Haridas and Siddhie Pillai In this blog in the Ballet on the Big Screen series, we’ll be featuring a fun classical ballet for a younger audience: Tales of Beatrix Potter. The musical score was compiled by composer John Lanchbery from tunes by Minkus, Balfe, Offenbach, Sullivan and others, and was choreographed by the famous British choreographer, ...
Delibes feature

Ballet on the Big Screen – Delibes

Elina WisungBallet, ballet on big screen, student scoop Leave a Comment

In this blog in the Ballet on the Big Screen series, we’ll be featuring two slightly less known classical ballets: Coppélia and Sylvia. The musical scores for both of them are composed by the 19th century composer Léo Delibes. These ballets will be screened for senior students in the months to come. Coppélia - Synopsis Francesca Hayward (Swanilda), with Gary ...