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New work for The Royal Ballet

Romany Pajdak and Tomas Mock in rehearsal for Void and Fire. Photo by Dolly Brown.

Romany Pajdak and Tomas Mock in rehearsal for Void and Fire. Photo by Dolly Brown.

Void and Fire for The Royal Ballet runs November 10th-19th, 2016

Robert was mentored by Wayne McGregor as the Royal Ballet’s first-ever Choreographic Apprentice in 2012 and 2013. As a part of the celebrations of McGregor’s 10th anniversary as Resident Choreographer of The Royal Ballet, Robert has been commissioned to create a new ballet. More information HERE.


 

The Dreamers Ever Leave You

Alexandra MacDonald and Brendan Saye in The Dreamers Ever Leave You. Photo by Karolina Kuras.

Alexandra MacDonald and Brendan Saye in The Dreamers Ever Leave You. Photo by Karolina Kuras.

The Dreamers Ever Leave You was performed to sold-out crowds at The Art Gallery of Ontario from August 30th to September 10th.

“ …a thrilling and affirming victory for the art form. This is a ballet that has mass appeal and it does so by becoming both an extreme and simplified version of itself. If you’ve never been to the ballet before, this is the kind of unique, strikingly atmospheric and emotionally charged experience that could hook you for life…Binet is more than a breath of fresh air in the ballet world; he’s like a blast of Novocain. Here’s a choreographer with a rich and extensive imagination who wants to do things differently and clearly has the skills to realize his ideas. He’s an artist who is asking questions of what ballet should and can do, and you can see these questions in his multivalent and technically intricate work. You can also see that he wants to push himself further, and I suspect we’ll be seeing bold innovation in the years ahead.” - The Globe and Mail


Wild Space: Terra Incognita

Emma Hawes and Martin ten Korenaar in Terra Incognita. Photo by Rick Guest and Olivia Pomp.

Emma Hawes and Martin ten Korenaar in Terra Incognita. Photo by Rick Guest and Olivia Pomp.

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Reimagining how ballet is created, presented and shared. Coming soon to Toronto, London, Copenhagen and Amsterdam.

“Binet has a great facility for limpid, articulate movement and, as this small but ambitious production amply demonstrates, he also thinks outside the box.” – The Times


The Blue of Distance for New York City Ballet

“Robert Binet is a major talent” – The Financial Times

“remarkably poetic” – The New York Times

Harrison Ball in The Blue of Distance. Photo by Andrea Mohin.

Sara Mearns and Tyler Angle in The Blue of Distance. Photo by Andrea Mohin.

Sara Mearns and Tyler Angle in The Blue of Distance. Photo by Andrea Mohin.

The Blue of Distance premiered at New York City Ballet’s Fall 2015 Gala at the David H. Koch Theatre at Lincoln Centre. It was performed on tour in Saratoga and will be performed again at Lincoln Centre on May 10th and 13th, 2017.