Julian MacKay

Bozeman Daily Chronicle – How many people know exactly what they want to with their lives at the age of 11? And how many people are willing to move halfway around the world, away from their families, to spend most of every day practicing something that requires intense concentration and discipline at an age when most kids are riding bikes …read more

Talentos de Exportación

Asunción: En Espanol…read more

A Pasos del Bolshoi

Asunción – En Espanol…read more

Class, Revised

Dance magazine – The Bolshoi Ballet Academy returns to NYC and Middlebury, CT, for its third annual summer intensive, June 29 – Aug 7. New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts hosts two advanced levels and a male class while the Westover School in Middlebury accomodats elementary and intermediate levels. Open to students ages 9-22, the intensive steeps dancers in the Bolshoi Technique…read more

Bolshoi Ballet – ‘Le Corsaire’ – From Ballet.co

Ballet Magazine – The Kennedy Center Opera House was entirely sold-out for opening night of the Bolshoi Ballet’s sparklingly new production of Le Corsaire – a ballet so grand in scale that at times it seemed the spacious stage of the Opera House wasn’t big enough to hold the enormous cast of this magnificent dance extravaganza. …read more

Avast! Bolshoi’s ‘Le Corsaire’ Flaunts an Aesthetic Treasure – From The Washington Post

The Washington Post: Surely girls have never been chased so joyfully, nor have they disarmed their men so utterly, nor have pirates been so piratey than in the Bolshoi Ballet’s “Le Corsaire.”…read more

Bolshoi Embraces the Pre-Soviet Past – From The Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal – How the mighty have mellowed. Since first touring the U.S. in 1959, the Bolshoi Ballet has been known here for the heroic, sometimes heavy and often thrilling tone of its presentations. But during its recent sold-out weekend of performances at the Kennedy Center, the 233-year-old Moscow troupe showed a different dimension. Its three-act, three-hour production of “Le Corsaire,” first mounted in 2007 by the Bolshoi’s then artistic director Alexei Ratmansky and its current artistic director Yuri Burlaka, was light-filled and old-world pretty….read more