HomeMagazineListingsUpdateLinksContexts

 


 Ballet.co Postings Pages

 Some Special Threads:
  GPDTalk about George Piper Dances ! NEW !
  NBTTalk about Northern Ballet Theatre
  SBTalk about Scottish Ballet
  ENBTalk about English National Ballet
  BRBTalk about Birmingham Royal Ballet
  TodaysLinks - worldwide daily dance links
  Ballet.co GetTogethers - meetings and drinks...

  Help on New Postings


Subject: "Tamara Rojo's Ondine" Archived thread - Read only
 
  Previous Topic | Next Topic
Printer-friendly copy     Email this topic to a friend    
Conferences What's Happening Topic #1090
Reading Topic #1090
Lynette H

27-11-00, 09:06 AM (GMT)
Click to EMail Lynette%20H Click to send private message to Lynette%20H Click to view user profileClick to add this user to your buddy list  
"Tamara Rojo's Ondine"
 
   A very brief word about Tamara Rojoís Ondine on Thursday 23rd. Iím sorry I donít have time for a full review to do her justice. She really was excellent - very fresh, lively, enchanting, and really put across the wonderful abandon of falling in love. It was difficult to tear your eyes from her. Her shadow dance was delightful - it really did seem as if she was seeing this for the first time. It was a touching performance, she really seemed to identify totally with the role.

This is her first Ashton piece, but she seemed to have her feet round it. I would wish her a more responsive partner than Urlezaga another time, but never mind. Persson was Tirrenio - lots of power and dash, but curiously, no real authority.


  Printer-friendly page | Top

  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: Tamara Rojo's Ondine Jane S 27-11-00 1

Conferences | Topics | Previous Topic | Next Topic
Jane S

27-11-00, 09:55 AM (GMT)
Click to EMail Jane%20S Click to send private message to Jane%20S Click to view user profileClick to add this user to your buddy list  
1. "RE: Tamara Rojo's Ondine"
In response to message #0
 
   Also, I thought Cervera was really good as the lead in the Act lll divertissement - very stylish! Did anyone see him as Tirrennio?


  Printer-friendly page | Top

Conferences | Topics | Previous Topic | Next Topic

 
Questions or problems regarding this bulletin board should be directed to Bruce Marriott