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Two Ballerinas at the Royal Ballet
This programme focuses on two of The Royal Ballet‘s outstanding ballerinas and affords an insight into the methods of the company itself and the sacrifices necessary to achieve success in the dance world today. Partnered by Irek Mukhamedov and Zoltan Solymosi, Durante and Bussell are seen performing a wide range of work, from nineteenth-century classics such as Giselle and Swan Lake, to modern works. Many key figures in British ballet make contributions.
- Theatre Company
- The Royal Ballet
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- 52 min
- Original language
- In theaters
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- Rosie Alison, Daniel Wiles
- Darcey Bussell, Viviana Durante
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