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PostPosted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:59 pm 
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Clement Crisp reviews "Onegin" for the Financial Times.

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Luke Jennings reviews "Onegin" for the Observer.

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Louise Levene reviews "Onegin" for the Telegraph.

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In the Telegraph, Sarah Crompton reviews Marianela Nunez and Thiago Soares in "Onegin" and reflects upon the reasons to attend multiple performances of the same ballet.

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Mara Galeazzi and Jonathan Watkins to leave The Royal Ballet

Principal Dancer Mara Galeazzi and First Artist Jonathan Watkins will be leaving The Royal Ballet this season.

Watkins leaves on February 23 to take up a new career as a freelance choreographer and director. His interest in choreography began at The Royal Ballet School, and has continued during his time at The Royal Ballet. His works include "As One" and, with William Tuckett and Liam Scarlett, "Diana and Actaeon". He was the movement director for Alan Bennett’s play "People" at the National Theatre. In the pipeline are new works in Russia and the United States, a full-length adaptation in the UK and theatre and film projects.

Galeazzi, who had her first child last April, will retire at the end of the present season after 21 years with the company, the last nine as Principal. She will move to Oman to be with her husband. She plans to teach dance and continue her work for her charity Dancing for the Children, which raises funds for sick children in Africa. Her farewell performance in London will be as Mary Vetsera in "Mayerling" on June 13. Her final performance with the company will be in Monaco, where she will dance the title role in "Manon" on June 29.


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In the Telegraph, Rupert Christiansen wishes Anthony Dowell a happy 70th birthday.

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Reviews of the Tuesday, February 12, 2013 performance of an Ashton mixed bill, including Tamara Rojo and Sergei Polunin in "Marguerite and Armand," plus "La Valse," "Thais Pas de deux," "Voices of Spring" and "Monotones I and II."

Sarah Crompton for the Telegraph.

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Zoe Anderson for the Independent.

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Lyndsey Winship for the Evening Standard.

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Judith Mackrell for the Guardian.

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Clement Crisp for the Financial Times.

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Louise Jury interviews Tamara Rojo following "Marguerite and Armand" for the Evening Standard.

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Judith Flanders reviews the Ashton mixed bill for the Arts Desk.

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Sam Smith reviews the Ashton mixed bill for Londonist.

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Luke Jennings reviews the Ashton mixed bill for the Observer.

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Ismene Brown reprints a feature from the first revival of "Marguerite and Armand" for the Arts Desk.

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Roslyn Sulcas reviews the Friday, February 15, 2013 performance of "Marguerite and Armand" for the New York Times.

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Alexei Ratmansky is interviewed by Metro's Keith Wilson about the premiere of "24 Preludes," an abstract work set to orchestrated Chopin preludes, part of a mixed bill opening at Covent Garden on Friday, February 22, 2013.

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Ismene Brown reviews the Friday, February 22, 2013 opening of Balanchine's "Apollo" and the world premieres of Alexei Ratmansky's "24 Preludes" and Christopher Wheeldon's "Aeternum" for the Arts Desk.

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