Coppelia — Prelude et Mazurka The Rite of Spring — Introduction Giselle — Grand pas de deux The Sleeping Beauty — Valse 2. Romeo and Juliet — Balcony Scene 4. Serenade in C Major — Valse 5. Cinderella — Cinderella Goes to the Ball 6. Romeo and Juliet: Balcony Scene. Serenade in C Major: Valse. Cinderella: Cinderella Goes to the Ball. The Nutcracker: Dance of the Flutes. Swan Lake: Valse. Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dances. Daphnis and Chloe: Daybreak. Giselle: Valse. Spartacus: Adagio of Spartacus and Phrygia.
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The entire compilation tries to focus on presenting the performers when they were in their prime. For instance the segment featuring Nureyev and. This is basically the most ridiculously dangerous ballet pas de deux of all time. Just look at the state of this: Yes, we know they're not trained in ballet etc, but just LOOK at what they can do with their incredible athleticism.
Things like, oh, you. He was knackered after the performance and Roberta said she had told him so — so no sympathy there! He made lots of alterations for his second performance but it was all good fun. The other piece for Ballet Black this year was set to music by Philip Glass — calm, ethereal, and concentrated a lot on duet work, and it was a bit strange seeing two of his pieces so close to each other and yet being so different. He had to do a quick change of choreographic hats to get into the right mood but it gave him the chance to see how his work was progressing and how his approach to his work had changed.
Liam did a piece for the Linbury this season which got very good reviews. Monica had said there would be a new work and somehow it was more or less presumed Liam would make it. He had been doing lots of duets recently and really wanted to go back to a substantial cast of eight which was agreed by Philip Mosley. He was set on having Laura Morera but he had to fight off others to get her!
When there were several choreographers wanting the same people it made things difficult. It was like a lottery but he somehow got all the dancers he wanted and they were a fantastic cast and a great group to work with. Originally the idea was to use the second, slow, movement of a Mozart work.
For an hour in the studio he just freaked out, but the dancers said not to worry, they could do it and together they did. It was also such a laugh in the studio with Ricardo Cervera, Laura and Bennet Gartside — the best possible bunch whom he had to try to stop giggling in the corner. Being asked if there were any idea that it might go on main stage, Liam said Laura is constantly badgering Monica to put it on, so fingers crossed.
But he realises she has a lot to lose if he messes up. What impact had he had on Liam himself and choreography within the House? He wanted to encourage them to be open to anything positive which was relevant or could give them inspiration as well as the benefit of seeing errors. He was in Prague recently for a big Kylian programme and was in awe for hours afterwards. It seemed unbelievable. He tackles everything up front in a defensive manner with less frills which is very courageous and which ballet sometimes needs.
You then get a completely blank canvas to work off. The Europeans who were not necessarily from Europe but could be British or American working there e. Bussell teamed up with Katherine Jenkins to stage a song and dance production titled Viva la Diva , to pay tribute to the stars who inspired them  who include Madonna and Judy Garland.
In Bussell returned to the Strictly Come Dancing judging panel for the series as a permanent judge and replacement for Alesha Dixon. On 12 August Bussell performed at the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics , descending from the roof of the Olympic stadium as the 'Spirit of the Flame' and leading a troupe of ballerinas. On 10 April Bussell announced that she had decided to step down as judge from Strictly Come Dancing.
She said: "It has been a complete privilege for me to be part of Strictly , working with such a talented team. I have enjoyed every minute of my time and will miss everyone from my fellow judges, the presenters, the dancers, the musicians, the entire back stage team, and especially the viewers of the show, who have been so supportive. When the ship was officially launched in April , Bussell performed the traditional ceremony of breaking a bottle of champagne to name the ship.
She also staged a dance performance with students from the Royal Ballet School. In , Megabus named one of their new fleet of coaches 'Darcey Bussell'. In Bussell became a gold medal recipient from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. On 18 July Bussell received an honorary doctorate from the University of Oxford.
During the ceremony the university's public orator noted that she "adds to technical mastery, charm and imagination, in such a way that she seems to reveal the grace of her personality as well as the grace of movement… Moreover, she wants those who are perhaps put off by the grand portals of the Royal Opera House to enjoy the pleasures that ballet affords.
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