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Guillaume Côté

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Connecting With a Classic

By Nicole Decsey

Ratmansky’s choreography is cutting edge while keeping the classical beauty of the ballet alive.

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Rivalling the Classics

By Thomas Dobronyi

Commissioned for the National Ballet’s sixtieth anniversary, Ratmansky’s production has since become a touring showpiece for the company, earning its place alongside more canonical versions.

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

From Apollo to Paquita

By Michael Zarathus-Cook

For some, mixed programs are a tantalizing mix of styles and narratives; for others, they are too much of the former and not enough of the latter.

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Sartre, Meet Shakespeare

By Erin Baldwin

If there’s a thread that ties together the two vastly different works in The National Ballet of Canada’s November mixed program, it might just be the theme of love.

Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur, Guillaume Côté, James Kudelka

Guillaume Côté and dancers from the National Ballet of Canada

Performance | Spectacle

Saint-Sauveur QC
August 12 août 2018
Sunday, August 12 @ 6pm
Ballet

BalletMet, Roméo et Juliette
 
BalletMet, Edwaard Liang

Roméo et Juliette

Performance | Spectacle

Saint-Sauveur QC
August 2-3 août 2018
8:00 | 20:00
Ballet

 
ProArteDanza

Triple Bill Tour

Performance | Spectacle

Kingston ON
November 17 novembre 2015
7:30 | 19:30
Contemporary, Ballet, Modern

 
ProArteDanza

Triple Bill Tour

Performance | Spectacle

North Bay ON
November 13 novembre 2015
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary, Ballet, Modern

 
ProArteDanza

Triple Bill Tour

Performance | Spectacle

Burlington ON
November 11 novembre 2015
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary, Ballet, Modern

 
ProArteDanza

Triple Bill Tour

Performance | Spectacle

Milton  ON
November 8 novembre 2015
7:00 | 19:00
Contemporary, Ballet, Modern

The National Ballet of Canada

Le Petit Prince

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
June 4-12 juin 2016
Ballet

 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Nijinsky

By Sabrina Bellisimo

The National Ballet of Canada’s Nijinsky is an emotional, enthralling and technically brilliant work in two acts. On opening night, National Ballet of Canada veteran Guillaume Côté reprised his role as the titular Nijinsky, combining raw emotion with technical excellence.

The National Ballet of Canada: Romeo and Juliet

Heading to Ottawa January 31st through February 2nd, The National Ballet of Canada (NBoC) will perform Romeo and Juliet at the National Arts Cen…

Something's Coming! Dance Film by Veronica Tennant

Released in late December, Something’s Coming! is a new, short dance film by director Veronica Tennant featuring the National Ballet’s Guillaume …

Kevin O'Day: Hamlet

Starting June 1st and running through the 10th, the National Ballet of Canada presents the North American premiere of Hamlet by American choreog…

Dance Manifesto: Launching National Dance Week

Dance Ambassadors Josh Matlow and Guillaume Côté read the dance manifesto in French and English.Last month, on April 19th, the Dance Manifesto was share…

Guillaume Côté: Lost in Motion

Featured in this short film Lost in Motion, directed by Ben Shirinian, is the physicality, articulation and trace forms of Guillaume Côté, the film…

Guillaume Côté: King of the Dance

The September 2010 issue of The Dance Current print magazine includes a profile of the sweethearts of The National Ballet of Canada, “Heather Ogden & G…

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