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 Post subject: Kings of the Dance (London, March 2014)
PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:32 pm 
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"Kings of the Dance" will make its UK debut at the London Coliseum, Wednesday 19th – Saturday 22nd March 2014.

The company showcases some of the best male ballet talent around, including Roberto Bolle from Teatro alla Scala, American Ballet Theatre's reigning stars Marcelo Gomes and Ivan Vasiliev, Denis Matvienko of the Mariinsky Ballet and Leonid Sarafanov of the Mikhailovsky Ballet. They will dance seven diverse pieces from Roland Petit, Patrick De Bana, Nacho Duato, Marco Goecke, Marcelo Gomes and Massimiliano Volpini.

Bolle and Vasiliev will perform Roland Petit's "Le Jeune Homme et la Mort", also featuring Svetlana Lunkina from the Bolshoi Ballet. Sarafanov, Gomes and Matvienko will appear in "Remanso", a work by Nacho Duato, and one that has been performed previously by The Royal Ballet. The evening will also include the London premiere of "KO’d" with choreography by Marcelo Gomes and music by Guillaume Côté.

The programme pans out as follows (although obviously subject to change):

Le Jeune Homme et la Mort (ch. Roland Petit)
Performed by Ivan Vasiliev (19th & 21st March), Roberto Bolle (20th & 22nd March) with Svetlana Lunkina

Remanso (ch. Nacho Duato)
Performed by Leonid Sarafanov, Denis Matvienko, Marcelo Gomes

Prototype (ch. Massimiliano Volpini)
Performed by Roberto Bolle

Morel et Saint-Loup (from the ballet Proust) (ch. Roland Petit)
Performed by Denis Matvienko & Marcelo Gomes

Tue (ch. Marco Goecke)
Performed by Leonid Sarafanov

Labyrinth of Solitude (ch. Patrick De Bana)
Performed by Ivan Vasiliev

KO’d (ch. Marcelo Gomes)
Performed by Marcelo Gomes, Roberto Bolle, Denis Matvienko, Ivan Vasiliev, Leonid Sarafanov

Tickets: £15 - £79
Box Office: 020 7845 9300 /www.eno.org


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In the Daily Mail, Jane Gordon has a wide ranging interview with Ivan Vasiliev as a preview to the March 2014 performances by the Kings of Dance at the London Coliseum.

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Katie Colombus previews the Kings of Dance performances at the London Coliseum, March 19-22, 2014 for The Stage.

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Giannandrea Poesio interviews Roberto Bolle and Ivan Vasiliev for the Spectator.

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Alice Lagnado previews the March 2014 London Coliseum program for the Voice of Russia.

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Reviews of the Wednesday, March 19, 2014 performance at the London Coliseum.

Rachel Ward for The Telegraph.

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Zoe Anderson for The Independent.

The Independent

Judith Mackrell for The Guardian.

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Roslyn Sulcas for the New York Times.

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Lyndsey Winship for the Evening Standard.

Evening Standard

Katie Colombus for The Stage.

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Luke Jennings reviews the Kings of Dance for The Observer.

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