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Definitions

  1. Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB) is a British ballet company and one of the three leading classical ballet companies in the United Kingdom.
  2. Birmingham Royal Ballet is an ambitious and creative Company, a world leader in ensuring that classical ballet has relevance for the future. (Web site)
  3. In 1997, Birmingham Royal Ballet was made independent of the Royal Ballet and ceased to be managed by the Royal Opera House.

Season

  1. The Birmingham Royal Ballet have a season at the Sunderland Empire every year, and it is considered the company's north-east home.

Ballet Master

  1. At the beginning of next season Dominic will take up the role of Ballet Master with Birmingham Royal Ballet. (Web site)

Dancers

  1. The dancers of Birmingham Royal Ballet respond to both sides, with vivid mime and some easy, confident dancing. (Web site)

Wright

  1. Wright also staged another version in 1990 for the Birmingham Royal Ballet, starring Irek Mukhamedov and Sandra Madgwick.

David

  1. In 1995, Ms. Lenzi joined the Birmingham Royal Ballet under the direction of David Bintley, as a principal. (Web site)

Stuttgart Ballet

  1. He joined the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Stuttgart Ballet, dancing roles in classical, neo-classical and modern repertoires. (Web site)

Principal Dancer

  1. He is now principal dancer with the Birmingham Royal Ballet and he's the main reason to see the film. (Web site)

Royal Ballet School

  1. The Vic-Wells ballet company and school would be the predecessors of today's Royal Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Royal Ballet School. (Web site)

Company

  1. He joined Birmingham Royal Ballet in 1995 and progressed quickly throughout the ranks of the Company to be promoted to Principal in 2002. (Web site)
  2. Chi will return to Birmingham Royal Ballet once filming has completed and will continue to perform with the Company during the autumn. (Web site)

Birmingham

  1. Based in Edgbaston, Birmingham, the school has close links with Birmingham Royal Ballet.

Sister Company

  1. She also founded a sister company, which became the Birmingham Royal Ballet.

Artistic Director

  1. David Bintley CBE has been artistic director of Birmingham Royal Ballet for 12 years, having succeeded his mentor, Sir Peter Wright, in 1995.

Royal Ballet

  1. As an independent ballet company, Birmingham Royal Ballet no longer has official links with the Royal Ballet or Royal Ballet School.
  2. Trains and educates classical ballet dancers for The Royal Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet and other top international dance companies.

Birmingham Royal Ballet

  1. Will had done a lot of work for Birmingham Royal Ballet, then Anthony had brought him over to the Royal Ballet, then along came Matthew.
  2. The choreography is by David Bintley, and the work is performed by the Birmingham Royal Ballet. (Web site)
  3. The shoot was directed by David Bintley, creator of Sylvia and Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet, and features six dancers from the Company.

Categories

  1. Arts > Dance > Ballet > Royal Ballet
  2. Artistic Director
  3. Cbe
  4. Sister Company
  5. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Birmingham
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