English National Ballet School
Join English National Ballet School for their end of term performance, showcasing the talents of the School’s exceptional students
Presented by Artistic Director Viviana Durante, this annual summer performance is an opportunity to watch the rising stars of the ballet world. In this specially curated programme, students from across the school’s three year groups showcase their artistry, skill, and versatility.
The 2023 programme will include extracts from La Sylphide, choreographed by former ENB Director and ENBS founder Peter Schaufuss, based on August Bournonville, as well as George Balanchine’s Who Cares, staged by Deborah Wingert.
Newly commissioned contemporary work includes a piece by the award-winning Morgann Runacre-Temple; Of Space and Time by ENBS Artistic Associate Andrew McNicol; and Flock by Monique Jonas.
The performance on Sunday 9 July will be followed by a Graduation Ceremony. Attendance to the Graduation Ceremony will be by invitation only.
Image description: Two ballet dancers (one masculine and one feminine) are en pointe on one foot, reaching in opposite directions. They are dressed in the style of Hansel and Gretel. The dancer in the foreground wears pointe shoes and pale tights with a Bavarian dirndl-style dress in red and white with floral motifs. Her hair is pulled back in a neat up-do. The dancer in the background wears a long-sleeved white shirt, black knee length trousers with red trim, and pale tights with pointe shoes. They are on a bare stage which fades into black.