Europeans have been mesmerized by Russian ballet since Diaghilev launched his first season in France in 1909. Over 100 years later, RT’s Martin Andrews investigates the Russian ballet scene in London.
Andrews visited The London Russian Ballet School to find out how the dance they teach differs from other styles around the world.
“This education is very complicated because it’s like sport. You build the body, you know,” Evgeny Goremykin, principal of the school, told RT. Read More via RT.