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All the free uploaders on our site are affiliate programs managed by Aspmobiles.Hugo Pinero, director of the triennial Royal Ballet’s spring revival of Ninette de Valois’s Cinderella, has been forced to withdraw from directorship of the company’s autumn showpiece of George Balanchine’s revival of Stravinsky’s The Firebird, because of a critical illness.
Pinero, who took over from Nicholas Hytner in 2012, was to have choreographed the opening night of the production next September as well as conducting a one-hour live broadcast of the show on BBC’s Radio 3.
At the same time, his brother, Frank, had been scheduled to direct one of the ballet company’s Friday nights, and had planned to direct an abridged version of the production with half-cast dancers. However, as Robin Hood, Cinderella’s handsome prince, has been temporarily withdrawn from the show, the Pinero brothers’ ballet temporarily loses its official designer and director.
The ballet’s new choreographer, Sir Kenneth MacMillan, is a choreographer of considerable experience, renowned for such internationally recognised works as After the Rain, The Cry of the Turtle Dove, and Company.
In a statement issued yesterday, Pinero said: “I am deeply sorry to have to announce with such sadness that George Balanchine’s revival of Stravinsky’s The Firebird will no longer be directed by Nicholas Hytner as originally planned.
“Whilst the main cast, including the sensational Bianca Jolein, have all been cast and rehearsed for this major landmark revival in the Royal Ballet, I had hoped that George Balanchine’s Stravinsky would also benefit from my close involvement as co-director.”
He went on: “The sad news that has hit us is the emotional loss of such an extraordinary visionary, whom the ballet world knows as one of the greatest choreographers in history. Even though it is a very 0b46394aab