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Performer: Roland Petit

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MunichCoppélia

© Wilfried Hösl
Delibes: Coppélia
Roland Petit; Bavarian State Ballet; Anton Grishanin; Ezio Frigerio; Franca Squarciapino

StockholmSuite en Blanc / Carmen

Suite en Blanc / Carmen
Lalo, Bizet
Serge Lifar; Roland Petit; Royal Swedish Ballet; Antoni Clavé; Maurice Moulène

TokyoRoland Petit’s Coppélia

Roland Petit’s Coppélia
Delibes: Coppélia
Roland Petit; The National Ballet of Japan; Misato Tomita; Luigi Bonino; Ezio Frigerio

St PetersburgCarmen Suite/ Le Jeune homme et la mort

Bizet, Bach
Alberto Alonso; Roland Petit; Mariinsky Ballet; Arseny Shuplyakov; Tatiana Tkachenko; Ivan Oskorbin; Evgeny Ivanchenko

St PetersburgCarmen Suite/ Le Jeune homme et la mort

Bizet, Bach
Alberto Alonso; Roland Petit; Mariinsky Ballet; Arseny Shuplyakov; Ekaterina Kondaurova; Andrei Yermakov; Konstantin Zverev
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Musicians and dancers unite for Ravenna’s reimagined dance event

Hugo Marchand © Zani-Casadio
Beatrice Rana and Mario Brunello provide live music for seven internationally renowned dancers, including Paris Opéra Ballet’s Hugo Marchand and Spanish flamenco whizz Sergio Bernal, at the 15th-century Rocca Brancaleone.
****1
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A roller-coaster of diverse dance as ENB celebrates its 70th

Erina Takahashi and James Forbat in Harald Lander's Etudes © Laurent Liotardo
A slick and stylish celebration at the Coliseum of this great company's achievements over 70 years.
****1
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Johan Inger's Carmen for CND

Johan Inger’s Carmen is back on stage in Madrid, seducing CND's audience once again.
****1
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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.
****1
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Sergei Polunin is the best thing about the Stanislavsky Ballet's Coppelia in London

Coppelia is based on a story by a German (E.T.A. Hoffman’s The Sandman), was first turned into a ballet by Frenchmen (the music is by Delibes) and staged in Paris with an Italian ballerina, and was then revived and made popular by Russians. This production has choreography by another Frenchman, Roland Petit, and has been brought to London by Moscow’s Stanislavsky Ballet.
***11
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