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World-renowned Romanian ballerina Alina Cojocaru, principal of The Royal Ballet. Alina Cojocaru, lead principal dancer with Sadler's Wells Associate Company English National Ballet and resident guest artist with Hamburg Ballet, curates and performs in a new programme of classical and contemporary works. The celebrated Romanian ballerina is joined on stage by special guests, including Danish ballet star Johan Kobborg, whose "uncanny synchronicity" (Financial Times) with Cojocaru has marked out their partnership as one of ballet's great collaborations. The programme features both newly created pieces and existing classics, including Sir Frederick Ashton's iconic Marguerite and Armand.

Performers Alina Cojocaru, Johan Kobborg.
Choreographer Frederick Ashton (Marguerite and Armand). Choreographer Johan Kobborg (Les Lutins). Choreographer Tim Rushton (Reminiscence). Music Arvo Part (Reminiscence). Choreographer Juliano Nunes (Journey). Music Luke Howard (Journey).

Alina Cojocaru - Alina: Marguerite and Armand/Les Lutins/Reminiscence/Journey

Alina Cojocaru - Alina: Marguerite and Armand/Les Lutins/Reminiscence/Journey (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T01906697532. Details of all Alina Cojocaru - Alina: Marguerite and Armand/Les Lutins/Reminiscence/Journey archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0128222644

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