Having performed The Nutcracker only once last year due to COVID-19, Yui Sugawara looks forward to performing as the Sugar Plum Fairy in this year’s production. “I’m excited to bring such a traditional ballet back to Montreal again,” she says. “It’s an important Christmas ritual for many people, and I’m so happy to be able to bring back the Christmassy vibe to the theatre.”
Siphesihle November, first soloist at the National Ballet of Canada, soars past ballet’s colour barrier to land at the pinnacle of his profession.
Founder and director of the Goh Ballet, Chan Hon Goh, walks us through the process of putting together a film adaption of the Nutcracker.
Founded in 1974, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo started in off-off-Broadway spaces in New York before touring the world The Trocks, as it’s affectionately known, is referred to as the world’s foremost all-male comic ballet company, having travelled to over 600 cities and 40 countries.
Artificial intelligence is centre stage with an innovative ballet training program that uses augmented reality, algorithms, and advanced computer vision technologies.
Shelley’s horrifying Gothic thriller leaps off the page and onto the stage with Alberta Ballet’s highly anticipated world premiere of Frankenstein.
With their Opera Atelier, a period opera and ballet company, Marshall Pynkoski and Jeannette Lajeunesse Zingg are a case study in living your art.
This August, the world’s top-tier dancers and choreographers will come together in the small Laurentides village of Saint-Sauveur.
Encore! Dance Hall of Fame celebrates the contributions made by dancers—and dance lovers—to the development of Canadian arts and culture.