George Balanchine’s 1967 evening-length masterpiece, inspired by displays at New York City jeweler Van Cleef and Arpels, is made up of three separate ballets—Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds. It both plays with those gemstones as inspiration, as well as explores ballet style in France, the United States, and Russia.
Royal Ballet Principal Dancer Yasmine Naghdi chats with Jennie Scholick about her career, the role of Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, […]
Dancers Frances Chung, Principal, and Esteban Hernandez, Soloist, discuss how their classical training gave them the foundation to perform The […]
Join Jennie Scholick, PhD for a quick overview of The Sleeping Beauty‘s creation, story, and choreography. Learn what to look and listen […]