The London Ballet Theatre LTD was started by Debbie Flevotomou and Nicola Guido, in order to form a new company for amateur adult dancers. It was intended as a place where adult dancers could learn interesting choreography while developing technique and artistry as professional dancers. We are a not for profit company, with all profits from performances going to dance charities. In the company’s first year, we did a voyage of discovery. We have chosen a mixed programme for our first performance which presented a challenge for our dancers.
We are pleased to announce that our summer term begin on 11th January 2020. Rehearsals, coaching, and training will run every Wednesday (8-9.30pm) at Dancework, Saturday (4.30-6.00pm) & Sundays (1.00-5.00pm) at The Place. Wednesdays will be reserved for Pas de Deux technique with an original neo-classical pieces set on Mozart-Tango musics. Saturday will focus on Bayadere and Sundays will focus on The Dream with corps and classical work as the main focus. This will lead up to a performance taking place on the 27th June 2020 at Theatre Peckham
Extract from: https://australianballet.com.au/behind-ballet/elysian-bliss-the-kingdom-of-the-shades In Act III of La Bayadere, something remarkable happens. The gilded exoticism, the heated passions, the murderous intrigues recede, leaving the stage clear for a pristine display of classicism that hints at the perfection of heaven. This scene – known as the Kingdom of the Shades – is revered in ballet circles […]
Extract from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dream_(ballet) The Dream is a one-act ballet adapted from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with choreography by Frederick Ashton to music by Mendelssohn arranged by John Lanchbery. It was premiered by The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden on 2 April 1964 in a triple bill with Kenneth MacMillan’s Images of Love and Robert Helpmann’s Hamlet. Plot Four young Athenians, Hermia and Lysander and Helena and Demetrius, are in romantic turmoil. Hermia […]
This is a reinvented work, inspired by Mozart-Tango Bejart Ballet. We have a contrast between the sacred and the profane. Tangos, always performed by men, are inserted in classic paintings, and the strong contrast highlights the qualities of both genres. On the one hand, women (delicacy, elegance) and on the other, men (vigor, strength), dance […]
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