“Anna Karenina” as a Ballet by 5 Famous Choreographers
Most people have heard of the movie “Anna Karenina”, starring Keira Knightley as the lead role, directed by Joe Wright and adapted by Tom Stoppard. Based on a novel by Leo Tolstoy, “Anne Karenina” is very popular in the ballet world right now. I have the feeling that every year brings a new interpretation of Tolstoy’s touching drama, all of which are different but all worth watching. Enjoy the trailers!
Please tell me which one you liked the most!
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Interview with Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela, Sydney Dance Company by Evi Hock, creator of ballettloversblog.com
Sydney Dance Company is coming to STEPS DANCE FESTIVAL in Switzerland
When I lived in Sydney I was very lucky to attend some performances of Sydney Dance Company. I loved these very innovative productions that combine contemporary dance, pop culture, fashion, visual and video arts. I will never forget “6 Breaths”, “we unfold”, “Mercury”, “Louder than words”. I can’t wait to see “Interplay” in Zürich.
Rafael Bonachela. Photo by Ben Symons
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