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Obra: Le Jeune Homme et la Mort

Buscador de conciertos de música clásica, óperas, espectáculos de ballet y danza
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CompositorBach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)
PeriodoBarroco
Tipo de obraDance
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MilánSerata Van Manen – Petit

Beethoven, Various, Prokofiev, Fauré, Bach
Hans van Manen; Roland Petit; Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company; Jean-Paul Vroom; Roberto Bolle; Jan Hofstra
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Kings of the Dance, London Coliseum

Five vital young men from top international ballet companies hit the stage of the 
London Coliseum in Kings of the Dance.

Ecstasy and Death: An excellent triple bill by English National Ballet

For their second show in the London Coliseum this year, English National Ballet has presented the first programme entirely designed by its new artistic director Tamara Rojo. In the line of her vision of enriching the company’s repertory with new works, while at the same time honouring the classics, the triple bill built for the occasion is a fascinating combination of old and recent masterpieces.

Ivan Vasiliev offers his tribute to the late Roland Petit

It was one of those ‘I was there’ moments that will be remembered always by a lucky few. Ivan Vasiliev’s single guest performance with English National Ballet in Le Jeune Homme et le Mort was one of startling brilliance, of great power and heartfelt emotion for his purpose in performing was to offer his own personal tribute to the late Roland Petit.

A Fitting Tribute to a Great French Choreographer

ENB’s highly anticipated triple bill of works by the French master craftsman Roland Petit was tinged with sadness when the news of his death was announced on July 10th at the age of 87. He had hoped to oversee the rehearsals and attend the UK premiere. Instead, however, the London season became a powerful tribute to him, one of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century.