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10 Ballet Movies You Should Own…

by David King

There has been quite a great amount of exceptional ballet out there lately… and thankfully a lot of it has been recorded on film. Here are my 10 movies that I truly do enjoy… and have purchased. I reference them for style, for technique, for inspiration, and just to enjoy. Most of them are recent featuring dancers we all know and drool over. Click to shop.

New York City Ballet in Paris (Specifically for Sara Mearns in Walpurgisnacht and Everyone in Symphony in C)

Royal Ballet featuring a whole lot of goodness… Iana Salenko, Federico Bonelli, Carlos Acosta, Sarah Lamb, Steven McRae, Marinela Nunez…. do I need to say more?

Gala of the Stars… Basically everyone…

Royal Ballet’s Anastasia…

Royal Ballet’s Frankenstein… Liam Scarlett’s new full length ballet in partnership with San Francisco Ballet.

Marco Spada featuring Evguenia Obraztsova and Olga Smirnova, Semoin Chudin and Igor Tysvirko.

Mariinsky takes on Balanchine’s Jewels with the flawless Ulyana Lopatkina.

ABT: A History is a really inspiring movie and ridiculously well filmed.

The Turning Point will never get old… never.

And either will Center Stage…

 

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2 comments

Lillian Ortiz (@OqpiedOptimist) December 29, 2017 - 1:11 am

Fun Post! Royal Ballet’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” could be an honorable mention in my opinion! So Good!

~Lillian
http://www.theoccupiedoptimist.com

Bekah | Questionable Tortoise Couture December 29, 2017 - 5:16 am

AHHHHHH! Soooo many good ones! What about “Black Swan” with Natalie Portman? Or “Leap”?

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