Central School Of Ballet

Current Repertoire

Ballet Central gives audiences across the country the chance to see the company’s young and dynamic dancers who are on the cusp of their professional careers, showcasing newly commissioned works and celebrated masterpieces by the dance industry’s top choreographers.

The repertoire for the 2017 tour featured Act 2 of Highland Fling by Matthew Bourne, Indigo Children by Royal Ballet artist in residence Liam Scarlett, and a new version of the ballroom scene from Romeo & Juliet by former English National Ballet’s Jenna Lee. Specially created works by Christopher Bruce and Malgorzata Dzierzon, as well as excerpts from Petipa’s La Bayadere also featured in the critically acclaimed repertoire. The tour also featured a scene from Dracula choreographed by Michael Pink, based on the original production directed by Christopher Gable in 1996.

Christopher Marney, Artistic Director of Ballet Central said (when the tour was announced in January 2017): "I am thrilled to announce that the Ballet Central 2017 tour will this year visit ten new venues reaching from Cornwall to Scotland and bringing the next generation of talented dancers to your hometown. This year’s performance showcases the best dance theatre from current industry professionals and gives you the chance to see newly commissioned work and refreshed classics from the world’s top choreographers. With renewed artistic vision this is an opportunity to see the future stars of dance as they launch their professional careers”.

"...Commitment and understanding on display in abundance" (Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling) Dance Europe 2017

"Watching Ballet Central...left me in little doubt that all of them would make highly accomplished additions to any company lucky enough to employ them." Jonathan Gray, Dancing Times July 2017

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