The Boston Ballet exceed all expectations

The ballet talent of Boston is not that well-known, but it should be. If you come to look at it, the Boston Ballet truly excelled considering the works by Jorma Elo, George Balachine, and Vaslav Nijinsky. The highlight of the programme was Balachine’s serenade, which was actually the opening act of the programme. For Tchaikovsky’s […]

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Exclusive Rolling Stones prints curated by Audio Lounge

Exclusive Rolling Stones prints curated by Audio Lounge. The David Redfern Collection, which includes limited editions of rock legends, Rolling Stones, is to be released to celebrate the return of the group to the stage. To celebrate The Rolling Stones’ return to the stage, the collection of works by renowned photographer David Redfern includes limited […]

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Arts cuts not as bad as first thought

George Osborne’s recent announcement that budgetary cuts meant for the arts sector won’t exceed 5% has brought solace to the art leaders. So relieved are the art leaders and museum managers that they welcomed the move which in itself is quite unusual. The general mood of exuberance can be gauged in the words of Mark […]

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Royal Ballet are suffering from lack of talent

The Royal Ballet has been experiencing a dwindling number of domestic talents in its composition. There are 21 dancers in the Royal Ballet off which just one woman and two men of British origin are present. This startling figure was noticed by an erstwhile ballerina Bryony Brind. The ballerina opined that the reason for such […]

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