Your Friday Video Break, Featuring ENB in the Most Gorgeous Museum

When English National Ballet dancers are given free reign of London's iconic Victoria & Albert Museum, magic happens. At least it does in "Space for Everyone," a new video featuring Connie Vowles and William Beagley with original music by Overmono.


It's the ideal Friday video break: luscious choreography by George Williamson, glimpses of epic pieces of art (check out that Chihuly at the very beginning!). Plus, haven't you always dreamed of dancing around your favorite museum in the middle of the night? Just us? Cool.

Happy Friday!

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Something magical happens when Jovani Furlan smiles at another dancer onstage. Whether it's a warm acknowledgment between sections of Jerome Robbins' Dances at a Gathering or an infectious grin delivered in the midst of a puzzle box of a sequence in Justin Peck's Everywhere We Go, whoever is on the receiving end brightens.

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