The choreographers – 'Metamorphosis: Titian 2012'

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Leading choreographers take inspiration from Titian to create new ballets

Seven choreographers from the Royal Ballet teamed up with composers and contemporary artists to produce new dance pieces in response to the three Titian paintings at the heart of the exhibition Metamorphosis: Titian 2012, which were performed at the Royal Opera House in July 2012.

Hear from the choreographers

Watch 'Titian in Dance', featuring interviews with Royal Ballet choreographers Will Tuckett, Wayne McGregor, Jonathan Watkins, Kim Brandstrup and Alastair Marriott, and behind-the-scenes footage from the ballet rehearsals.

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Explore more about the ballets

Watch excerpts of the ballets performed on 16 July – 'Machina', 'Trespass' and 'Diana and Actaeon'.

Read about the creative ideas behind the ballets on the Royal Opera House website [external link].