NEBT Announces its 2017 Season !
For 2017, the company is proud to present two of the ballets taken from their critically acclaimed performance at Peacock Theatre in November 2016, ‘Enticement’s Lure’ and ‘Vertex’ and a stunning brand-new creation choreographed by Jenna Lee to Max Richter’s re-composition of Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons.’
These will all be premiering at The Thameside Theatre on Tuesday July 11th 2017, followed by performances at The Lyric Hammersmith on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th July 2017 and at the illustrious Everyman Theatre in conjunction with Cheltenham Music Festival on Sunday 16 July.
Lilian Baylis Theatre
Thursday 29 June 2017
0207 863 8000
Lyric Studio Theatre
Thursday Jul 6th
Friday July 7th
0208 741 6850
Tuesday 11th July
0345 300 5264
Sunday 16th July
*Booking opens April
“It’s great to see that the standard of dancing is increasing year by year, especially regarding partnering. This year’s crop looked assured, confident and completely at home on the London stage.”
“5-star Quint-Essential Five New Ballets at The Peacock Theatre.
The vibrancy of the London Arts scene is well illustrated by the success of the “New English Ballet Theatre”.”
“This evening was a rich menu of thoughtful and engaging choreography, very well performed by consistently excellent emerging dancers and musicians: fulfilling the company’s mission perfectly.”
“What a gorgeous jewel box of a dance event is this. Five new ballets choreographed by five brilliant choreographers, describing stories and sensibility through movement, not found before.
Everything about this show is very fine. From the production and lighting values. creating tone and atmosphere, to the live music and the nuanced dancing by the talented performers of the New English National Ballet Theatre.”
New English Ballet Theatre hold an open rehearsal for pupils at Lanterns School of the Performing Arts.
“Dancing in a programme that consists of a number of works, each created by a different choreographer, can be a challenging process. The dancers have to learn to switch between styles, to go from the grounded movements of contemporary to neoclassical and traditional ballet technique. “It’s hard,” dancer Riccardo Rodighiero admits, “but it’s interesting to challenge yourself across different styles.”
“SeeingDance editor David Mead spends a day with New English Ballet Theatre, looking ahead to their new Quintessential programme, and even learning a short section of one ballet.
When the invitation dropped into the Inbox, it was impossible to turn down. Come along and join in with New English Ballet Theatre’s (NEBT) ‘ballet boot camp’ for web-based writers. Meet the company, watch rehearsal of some ballets from the company’s forthcoming programme of five new ballets, and the biggie, learn part of one of those ballets.”
“NEBT is uniquely defined in the world of competitive ballet: founded by its artistic director, the visionary Karen Pilkington-Miksa in 2011, NEBT has commissioned and produced 16 new ballets deploying the exciting talents of dancers, choreographers, musicians and designers.”