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Le Ballet royal de la nuit - 250th anniversary performance

Château de Versailles: Royal Opera HousePlace d’Armes Entrance at the Gate of Honour, París, Île-de-France, 78000, Francia
El sábado 16 mayo 2020 at 19:30
Intérpretes
Sébastien DaucéDirector
Francesca LattuadaDirector de escena, Diseño de escena
Olivier CharpentierDiseño de vestuario
Violaine Le ChenadecSopranoCintia
Deborah CachetSopranoDéjanire, La Lune
Caroline WeynantsSopranoEurydice
Ilektra PlatiopoulouSopranoJunon
Lucile RichardotMezzosopranoLa Nuit, Vénus Italienne
Judith FaSopranoMnémosyne, Pasitea
Caroline Dangin-BardotSopranoVénus
David TricouTenorApollon, L'Aurore
Davy CornillotTenorEndymion
Etienne BazolaBarítonoLe Sommeil
Nicolas BrooymansBajoGrand Sacrificateur
Renaud BrèsBajoHercule
Ensemble Correspondances

Special performance for 250th Anniversary of the Royal Opera

A Court Ballet, how curious! Everyone knows of them, but whoever tried to revive one on stage? This is the challenge Sébastien Daucé set himself over the last four years.

After the reconstruction of the magnificent and incredibly varied music that met with great success in concert, here is Louis XIV’s beloved dance – the Sun King is central to this work. A panorama of French and Italian choreography in the middle of the 17th century, The Royal Ballet of Night is a masterpiece! Francesca Lattuada brings her baroque universe, her extravagant bestiary, and her grotesque follies to the staging and choreography of this ballet which ends at dawn with the apparition of Louis XIV as the Sun… The absolute Versailles myth!

Surtitles in French and English

© Philippe Delval
© Philippe Delval
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