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Watch The Royal Ballet as the whole Company reunites on their home stage to perform a spectacular collection of highlights from their repertory. After an absence of seven months, The Royal Ballet are joined by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House to broadcast this live performance from the Main Stage to wherever you are in the world in a celebration of ballet.
This celebration, curated by Royal Ballet Director, Kevin O’Hare, will shine a light on the acclaimed artistry and incredible talent of the dancers, the dazzling breadth of the Company’s distinctive repertory and the brilliance of the Royal Opera House creative and production teams.
This performance is dedicated to the late Ian Taylor, in grateful recognition of his service as Chair of the Board of Trustees, his long standing passionate advocacy for the arts, and along with his wife, Tina, for exceptional philanthropic support of the Royal Opera House.
Generous philanthropic support from Aud Jebsen.
Overture from The Sleeping Beauty
Excerpt from Untouchable
Act II pas de deux from Swan Lake
In Our Wishes
‘Diamonds’ pas de deux from Jewels
‘If I loved you’ pas de deux from Carousel
Finale from Within the Golden Hour
Act I pas de deux from La Fille mal gardée
Act I pas de deux from Romeo and Juliet
Solo from Medusa
‘I now, I then’ from Woolf Works
Act III pas de deux from Don Quixote
Highlights from the Royal Opera House Learning and Participation dance film, Doncaster Dances . Made in collaboration with The Royal Ballet, Cast and Doncaster Council.
Live performance is a shared experience, and our audiences are at the heart of what we do on our stages, backstage, online, in cinemas and in our communities. This year’s global pandemic has affected all arts organisations across the world. We have lost £3 in every £5 of our income, and any Government loan will take us only part of the way. We need your help to bring artists back to our stages. Please consider making a donation to the Royal Opera House Recovery Campaign.
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Please note that all ROH performances and participating artists are subject to change due to Covid-19 restrictions.
In order to ensure the safety of the dancers and prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, mitigations have included strict social distancing in the studio alongside testing for those dancers in physical contact during rehearsals.