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  1. Never Far from Dancing: Barbara Newman

  2. A new, modern version of "Romeo and Juliet" by the Belgian choreographer Celis for Semper Opera Ballet. Alas - it lacks depth! http://danceviewtimes.typepad.com/ilona_landgraf/2014/02/sex-and-crime-stijn-celiss-shakespeare-falls-short.html
  3. The black magic of a vicious mill master is broken by a young girl's love; http://danceviewtimes.typepad.com/ilona_landgraf/
  4. Hello from Germany

    Many thanks for your kind welcome!
  5. Russell Maliphant's "Broken Fall", José Limón's "The Moor's Pavane" and "Choreartium" by Léonide Massine at the Bavarian State Ballet, Munich: http://danceviewtimes.typepad.com/ilona_landgraf/
  6. Here's my review on State Ballet Berlin's gala "Malakhov & Friends - The Final". Guest dancers were among others ABT's Julie Kent and Sascha Radetsky, Matthew Golding (Royal Ballet) Irina Perren and Marat Shemiunov (Mikhailovsky Theatre) as well as Lucia Lacarra and Marlon Dino (Bavarian State Ballet).: http://danceviewtimes.typepad.com/ilona_landgraf/
  7. Hello from Germany

    Since September last year I'm reporting from Germany about performances of Stuttgart Ballet, Hamburg Ballet, State Ballet Berlin and others in a dvt-blog (Landgraf on Dance). Sometimes I also review books and just yesterday I started with interviews. As I'm basically working full-time as teacher I cannot travel as much as I would like to, but I do my best. Recently I managed to see the Bubeniceks' gala in Prague, tomorrow I'm in Munich for Ivan Liska's troupe. Up to now Alexandra kindly posted the links for me, so all my texts can already be found at BA. Hope there's something interesting for you to pick out. Best, Ilona