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20 Questions with Tene Ward
September 14, 2020
Tene Ward is a Corps de Ballet member with The National Ballet of Canada, who first joined the company as a RBC Apprentice in 2018. Learn all about Tene's work philosophy, favourite ballet and more!
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The Equity Project
The National Ballet of Canada has been a participant in The Equity Project: Increasing the Presence of Blacks in Ballet since 2018, a project that brings together a cohort of Artistic and Executive leaders from 21 North American large budget, professional ballet organizations with the purpose of increasing the presence of Blacks in ballet in all areas of the industry.
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Expansive Dances | Robert Binet: Lake Maligne
September 8, 2020
The National Ballet of Canada Expansive Dances launches its virtual season with Expansive Dances, three digital premieres created by Choreographic Associates Robert Binet, Guillaume Cote and Alysa Pires. Read about the first film, Lake Maligne by Robert Binet, performed by First Soloist Spencer Hack.
20 Questions with Larkin Miller
August 27, 2020
Learn more about Larkin Miller, Corps de Ballet member with The National Ballet of Canada. Larken joined the company in 2016 and shares his love for Christmas, reading and sports.
Designing Swan Lake: Gabriela Týlešová
August 25, 2020
Karen Kain’s new production of Swan Lake for The National Ballet of Canada makes its premiere June 2021. This new work features striking new sets and costumes by Gabriela Týlešová, an award-winning designer for theatre, opera, dance and film. Read more about these breathtaking designs before they hit the stage.
20 Questions with Jennifer Watembach
August 20, 2020
Meet Jennifer Watembach, Corps de Ballet member with The National Ballet of Canada. She shares her memories of dancing in The Dream and Alice's Adventures and Wonderland and the best part of being a dancer.
20 Questions with Teagan Richman-Taylor
August 13, 2020
Learn more about Corps de Ballet member Teagan Richman-Taylor, who first joined The National Ballet of Canada as an RBC Apprentice in 2017. Find out his favourite ballet and onstage moment and how he has been keeping busy during these past few months.