How Royal Ballet dancers prepare their pointe shoes Each Season The Royal Ballet dances through thousands of shoes at a cost of over £250,000. A gift of £39 to our annual Pointe Shoes Appeal could buy one pair of pointe shoes for a Royal Ballet dancer.

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Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet students explore the art of choreography as they take on the role of choreographer in the creation of new works with music by Richter, Rachmaninov, Mozart and Glass.

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You start here. Now is the time to commit to a program completely focused on helping you achieve success as a male dancer. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s Male Scholarship Program gives aspiring male dancers ages 14 to 19 the extraordinary opportunity to be selected to receive a scholarship that provides TWO YEARS of uninterrupted proven […]

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Day in the life of a Ballerina stars, gorgeous Alexandra Kirshina soloist dancer in the Moscow Ballet Copany. Music: John Lewis Grant – Prelude Bach & Igor Khabarov

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Choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, Designer Richard Hudson and Music Director David Briskin take you behind the scenes during the creation of Romeo and Juliet.

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Sergei Polunin “Take Me To Church” by Hozier Directed by David LaChapelle Choreography by Jade Hale-Christofi

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Caroline Sicard – Non-commercial Supplementary dance reel 2011.
 This is a dance reel I created for my wife Caroline Sicard. She is a professional classically trained dancer. She worked with the National Ballet of Canada, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montreal, Desrosier Dance Theatre and she was part of the original cast in the Belgium […]

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En Pointe!- A ballerina’s life is spent on the tips of the toes. In this meditative mini-doco, three dancers from The Australian Ballet take us through their personal pointe-shoe prep routines and wax reflective about nurturing their feet. Produced by The Apiary for The Australian Ballet.

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Gala of the Stars 2014: Festival Ballet Theatre simultaneously attracts the best in professional dance to its home base while sending its own dancers out as artistic ambassadors to the world. FBT’s annual Gala of the Stars showcases internationally revered guest artists from prestigious dance companies throughout the world, FBT’s accomplished resident company dancers along […]

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Widely considered the best male dancer in the country -- if not, one of the best in Canadian history --Guillaume Cote now is in his prime -- tackling performances that will define his career. 16x9 was granted rare, behind the scenes access as Guillaume took on one of his most difficult roles to date.

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Natalia Makarova & Ulyana Lopatkina On 24 November 2010 to mark Natalia Makarova’s jubilee, there was a performance of Swan Lake at the Mariinsky Theatre. The celebrated ballerina visited her native city with her husband in order not merely to take part in this historic event, but also to attend the rehearsal the day before […]

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Christopher Wheeldon takes us behind the scenes of his artistic process, and talks about how NYCB’s repertory and dancers played a crucial part in his development from NYCB soloist into world-renowned choreographer.

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Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wemakethemwonder Visit us on: www.wemakethemwonder.com Directed and edited >> Paul Jax Camera >> Niclas Loeffler Ballettdancer >> Georgeta Varvarici Compositing >> Calvin Hoenes Idea/Concept >> Paul Jax Music >> Peter Pan over the bronx by Joakim Fotos >> Vincent Greiner This piece was created just to turn a good idea into […]

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Becoming a professional ballerina is a journey that begins at a young age and is extremely competitive. We meet young girls devoting their lives to the profession, as well as the women, who end up on the very top, performing on stage at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg.

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Ivan the Terrible was shown on the historical stage of the Moscow Bolshoi Theatre on the 8th of November. The Russian Czar is the main character of the ballet staged by famous choreographer Yuri Grigorovich to music by Sergey Prokofiev, a 20th century classic.

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Meet Vadim Muntagirov was born in Chelyabinsk, Russia, 21 years ago.  His parents were both professional dancers, so he and his sister naturally began lessons very early in life.  At the age of 9, he went away to Perm to begin taking his ballet seriously, eventually spending the last 3 years of his training at […]

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Dance Channel TV had the fortune to meet, interview and see the performance of the members of Universal Ballet of Korea during their visit to France, Paris at the Le Palais des Congress . Currently on its world tour, Universal Ballet of Korea is one of the leading ballet companies in Asia. With Kirov’s Russian […]

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Behind The Scenes of The Mariinsky Theatre October 2-7 the Mariinsky Ballet Company gave seven performances of Swan Lake at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, California, as part of a major American tour, the theatre’s press service reports. Established in 1738, Mariinsky Ballet (formerly known by its Soviet name, the Kirov […]

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Festival Ballet Theatre simultaneously attracts the best in professional dance to its home base while sending its own dancers out as artistic ambassadors to the world. FBT’s annual Gala of the Stars showcases internationally revered guest artists from prestigious dance companies throughout the world, FBT’s accomplished resident company dancers along with gifted, up-and- coming talent. […]

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Discover Dance Channel TV- This is Dance Channel TV in a nutshell….and it’s only the beginning. ;

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Nikolai Tsiskaridze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1973. He began his studies at the Tbilisi ballet School in 1984 and was invited in 1987 to continue his education at the Bolshoi Ballet Academy of Moscow. This graceful, refined, diligent and dedicated young student continued to perfect his professional skills throughout his school years. A […]

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American Ballet Theatre Soloist Sarah Lane sits down with Dance Channel TV’s Stuart Brazell for an intimate conversation about her career, dance background and of course … Black Swan.

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Every year, thousands of ballet dancers audition for summer intensive programs across the world. We at Dance Channel TV wanted to know what the benefits of these summer programs are and how they compare to their financial costs. So, we interviewed professional dancers, teachers, and students. Here is what they had to say…

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Defecting to dance in America: The life of a ballet dancer is never an easy one; defecting to a country where you don’t speak the language with a dream to dance makes it almost impossible. Dance Channel TV speaks with Armenian-born ballet dancer David Hovhannisyan, who as a teenage company member on tour in the […]

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