This March saw the closure of all theatres because of the COVID-19 pandemic but muses do not remain silent – world-class ballet companies go virtual and for a limited period of time, they release live recordings of their productions.
Within the span of twenty years (that is one generation), the Prague’s National Theatre ballet-goers have had the unique opportunity to experience four stagings of a ballet based on Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin’s famous verse-novel Eugene Onegin.
Czech National Ballet pays tribute to Jiří Kylián’s work this autumn with mixed bill Kylián – Bridges of Time
This autumn, the Czech National Ballet will offer an exclusive series of dance events celebrating Jiří Kylián’s masterpieces, For the first time, the mixed bill entitled Kylián – Bridges of Time will include Kylián’s choreography...
Tonight, the National Theatre hosted the 26th Thalia Awards, presented by the Actors’ Association. In the category of Dance and Physical Theatre, the awards went to...
We met just a few days before the 2017/2018 season was over. The artistic director of the National Theatre ballet company came in a big hurry ...
During his first season with the Czech National Ballet, its new director Filip Barankiewicz abandoned authorial pieces and gave preference to classical ballets. ...
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