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Lynette H

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  1. The ROH has announced some free and some paid for streams over Christmas. Details here https://www.roh.org.uk/news/royal-opera-house-unveils-biggest-programme-of-streamed-ballet-and-opera-in-its-history-just-in-time-for-christmas?utm_source=wordfly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020_Dec_ENews_Friends_04Dec&utm_content=version_A&emailsource=52286 There's a lot in there, so its worth a look. Paid for stream of Enigma Variations from today. Free stream of RB in Don Q and RO in the Magic Flute at some point on You Tube. But no date for that yet.
  2. More ballet streamings announced: live streaming of the Within the Golden Hour programme on 13 December (£10) recorded stream of Enigma Variations (from 2019) on 4 dec to 3 Jan (£3). Also live concert performances available to buy - Ariodante. https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events
  3. Another paid-for stream from the Royal Ballet - Crystal Pite's Flight Pattern, recorded in 2019. Available 6 Nov to 5 Dec. Price is £3. https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/flight-pattern-stream-details It is possible that another programme, which was to be live on stage next week may be filmed / streamed, but no details available yet.
  4. From reviews in the Financial Times and others it appears that there was an interval for those in the hall, and we at home were watching something billed as live but which had in fact started earlier and was being shown with a half hour or so delay. The Marston piece is new to the RB. It is from a longer narrative work she made in 2014, based on Three Sisters, and the excerpt shows us the emotionally fraught interactions between Masha and Vershinin. There isn't much background detail available from the ROH that I've found. Kaneko and Clark have an understandably strong connection.
  5. The RB programme of Friday 9th had a small invited audience (Distanced) in the house - students from the Upper School, and some health workers. So there was a surprising amount of applause to give a sense of occasion. The evening ran for nearly three hours - good value but a break would have been more comfortable. There are two ballet programmes planned for November according to an ROH email sent to Friends. One runs 4th - 7th November, and the second 10th to 14th. For these there will be some seats available in the house, or I think you can opt for live streaming. (That's the way the
  6. It is back. Details here https://www.roh.org.uk/news/worldballetday-returns-on-29-october-2020 Participants include the Royal Ballet, Bolshoi, the Australian Ballet.
  7. Details of Dances at a Gathering are now available and booking is open. Available or 30 days from 25 Sept. Casing is available here too https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/dances-at-a-gathering-2020-details
  8. The ROH will be making the following available in cinemas this autumn Giselle 20 Oct Nutcracker from 10 December. There are also paid-for streaming of Carmen Dances at a Gathering at £3 per household. Lots more detail here https://www.roh.org.uk/news/the-royal-opera-house-launches-autumn-digital-programme-with-a-new-series-of-friday-premieres-and-screenings-on-sky-arts Also a live stream of the Royal Ballet on Friday 9 October. Tickets not on sale yet. No details of the programme yet either. It was announced in an email to Friends as follows
  9. From the Roundhouse / Sadler's Wells, free streaming of Akram Khan's Until the Lions. Until 10 Sept. https://www.roundhouse.org.uk/home/round-your-house/until-the-lions/ If you do choose to watch it really is worth reading up a little on the background to the narrative - available in the programme booklet from the link above.
  10. New work - some filmed pre lockdown, some during - from Scottish Ballet, as part of the Edinburgh International Festival digital offerings. A series of short films, in total about half an hour.
  11. The next offering from the ROH is Kate Prince / Zoonation's The Mad Hatters Tea Party. Originally commissioned by the Royal Ballet for the Linbury as a contrast while Alice in Wondeland was on the main stage, this version was filmed at the Roundhouse.
  12. ENB streams are only available for 48 hours usually.
  13. The ROH offer paid for streaming of two live events on 20 and 7th June, each available for 14 days afterwards. (One on 13 June was free and still available on youTube.) https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/festival/live-from-covent-garden-details It's £4.99 per household. Trailer https://www.roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/live-from-covent-garden-20-june-details 20th June - Song of the Earth with Sarah Connolly and five minutes of ballet, Muntagirov sublime in Ashton's Dance of the Blessed Spirits. The 27th features the following Pr
  14. Dancers of the Royal Ballet in a new Wheeldon piece. Some nifty editing
  15. Dutch National Ballet have a David Dawson program this week from 13 to 20th June https://www.operaballet.nl/en/online/ballet/streaming#dawson
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