Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 128. Not illustrated. Chapters: Bethany Kingsley-Garner, Lorena Fernández Sáez, Constance Devernay, Gabriel Barrenengoa, Brenda Lee Grech, Nathalie Dupouy, Louisa Hassell, Sophie Laplane, Joanne Bungay, Quenby Hersh, Victor Zarallo, Lewis Landini, Amy Hadley, Mark Kimmett, Owen Thorne. Excerpt: Scottish Ballet is Scotland's national ballet company, based in Glasgow. Founded by Peter Darrell and Elizabeth West as Western Theatre Ballet in Bristol in 1957, the Company moved to Glasgow in 1969 and was renamed Scottish Theatre Ballet, changing to Scottish Ballet in 1974. A year later its home theatre became the Theatre Royal, Glasgow when Scottish Opera bought it and transformed it as the first national opera house in Scotland. The Company performs across Scotland, the UK and abroad, with strong classical technique at the root of all of its work. Its broad repertory includes new version of the classics, seminal pieces from the 20th century modern ballet canon, signature pieces by living choreographers and new commissions. As a truly national company, Scottish Ballet performs at theatres in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and in smaller venues throughout Scotland. The Companys long history of touring internationally includes visits to China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Portugal, Ireland and the rest of the UK. Scottish Ballets many recent awards include the 2004 TMA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance in recognition of its modernisation programme and dynamic performances. Scottish Ballets Artistic Director, Ashley Page was also awarded OBE for services to dance in the Queens Birthday Honours list 2006. Its education initiatives and classes include work with people of all ages and abilities and its Associate Programme encourages young dancers to train for a career in the industry. As part of this commitment to broadening aud...
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