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Composer: Delibes, Léo (1836-1891)

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Year of birth1836
Year of death1891
NationalityFrance
PeriodRomantic
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ViennaWiener Staatsballett in der Volksoper: Coppélia

Delibes: Coppélia
Pierre Lacotte; Vienna State Ballet; Simon Hewett; Lorenz C Aichner; Jean-Luc Simonini; Michel Ronvaux

BudapestOMG

OMG
Delibes, Tchaikovsky, Czerny
George Balanchine; Harald Lander; Hungarian National Ballet; Imre Kollár; István Rózsa; Nóra Rományi

BudapestSylvia

Sylvia
Delibes: Sylvia
László Seregi; Hungarian National Ballet; András Déri; Gábor Forray; Tivadar Márk

SatignyAuti's Magic

Delibes, Mozart, Bellini, Liszt, Schumann, Strauss II, Massenet
Fanny Crouet; Unknown
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Ashton's Sylvia makes a welcome return

Marianela Núñez (Sylvia) © ROH | Alice Pennefather
Marianela Núñez was in her element as the huntress in Ashton's charming ballet. 
****1
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An exotic banquet to savour from Les Siècles

François-Xavier Roth © BBC | Mark Allan
It was truly magnifique to welcome French period instrument orchestra Les Siècles and François-Xavier Roth to the BBC Proms for a highly perfumed programme of exotic sweetmeats.
*****
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Cello Octet resounds at the Hagia Eirene

Cello4Berlin and Çellistanbul © Ersin Durmus
Berlin Philharmonic cellists combine with Turkish counterparts for a dazzling performance in Istanbul.
*****
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Bocca's Ballet Nacional Sodre dances Coppélia

Ciro Tamayo (Frantz) © Santiago Barreiro
A warm and charming Coppélia performed by Julio Bocca's excellent young Uruguayan company.   
****1
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A brilliant Coppelia

Igone de Jongh (Swanhilde) and Daniel Camargo (Franz) © Marc Haegeman
Coppelia's convincing cartoon world with some great dancing by soloists De Jongh and Camargo and comedic genius by Yanowsky.
****1
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