In Cathy Marston’s ballet The Cellist, which explores Jacqueline du Pré’s passionate love affair with music, the connection between the cello and the cellist is made flesh in unforgettable fashion. It’s a memorable idea for a ballet and I defy you to remain unmoved when the...

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