Posted 28 August 2003 - 11:40 AM
The Royal Theatre
The company's web site, with a detailed English section (also in Danish, of course).
Photos, mostly from the 1992 festival (at this writing) as well as information on the ballets and other articles.
Photos by David Amzallag
The RDB's official photographer in the late '80s and early '90s, these are mostly from that period, although there are some recent ones as well.
Bournonville in Hell
Not for the squeamish, this series of three articles by Alexandra Tomalonis originally published in DanceView in 1998 (a shorter version, in two parts, appeared in DanceNow shortly afterwards) offers a history of Bournonville stagings as well as a commentary on the political changes and problems form 1992 through 1998 in some detail. The afterward is a review of the 2000 Bournonville Week originally published in Dance Magazine.
Also, of historical interest perhaps, this is the link to the photo gallery for my biography of http://www.danceview.org/Kronstam/kronstamp1a.html
Posted 28 August 2003 - 11:50 AM
Posted 28 August 2003 - 11:54 AM
For those interested in coaching, and how a ballet is put together, Part 3 has more of that and less of the history and politics.
Posted 28 August 2003 - 01:57 PM
A site of interest to Ashtonphiles and Vaganovites as well as RDBers; read Volkova on Ashton and Vaganova at this site devote to the great Russian teacher whose work meant so much to both the Sadler's Wells and Royal Ballets.
dancer's site -- Thomas Lund is a principal dancer with the RDB
site of former RDB principal, now actor and choreographer
site of Schaufuss's company, Peter Schaufuss Balletten
Posted 10 October 2003 - 06:43 PM
It's an interview I did with Nikolaj Hübbe three years ago, his perceptions of why he didn't get the directorship of the Royal Danish Ballet, which had been much expected
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