Concerto / Enigma Variations / Raymonda Act III

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Tyrone Singleton and Jenna Roberts in 'Concerto', as staged at the Royal Ballet in 2017
Photo: Andy Ross Tyrone Singleton and Jenna Roberts in 'Concerto', as staged at the Royal Ballet in 2017

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The Royal Ballet's big Autumn triple bill shows off three works by choreographers who've defined the company's history. First up, 'Concerto' is an austere piece by contemporary master Kenneth MacMillan. Then, 'Enigma Variations' is a distinctly British work by Frederick Ashton, staged in period costumes. Finally, Russian legend Pepita's 'Raymonda Act III' offers a one act schooling in ballet tradition. 

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