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Work: Giselle

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ComposerAdam, Adolphe (1803-1856)
Work typeDance
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© Martynas Aleksa
Adam: Giselle
de Avila Lola; Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre; Martynas Staškus; Modestas Barkauskas; Raffaele Del Savio; Soledad Sesena del Moral


Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Marius Petipa; Sir Peter Wright; Bavarian State Ballet; Valery Ovsyanikov; Peter Farmer; Orquesta Titular del Teatro Real


© Wilfried Hösl
Adam: Giselle
Sir Peter Wright; Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Bavarian State Ballet; Valery Ovsyanikov; Robertas Šervenikas; Peter Farmer


Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company; David Coleman; Alexandre Benois; Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala

MadridGiselle por la Compañía Nacional de Danza

Adam: Giselle
Jean Coralli; Jules Perrot; Joaquin de Luz; Compañía Nacional de Danza; Óliver Díaz; Ana Garay; Pedro Chamizo
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ABT’s Giselle shows that to forgive is divine

Hee Seo in Giselle © Gene Schiavone

A classic staging at the Kennedy Center turned resplendent in the second act.

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Firecrackers at the 15th Ballet Icons Gala

Ekaterina Kondaurova and Timur Askerov in Grand Pas Classique © Kristyna Kashvili
An evening of sparkle and bravura at London's international ballet gala. 
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Traditional to the core: BRB's Giselle returns

Momoko Hirata (Giselle) and César Morales (Albrecht) © Bill Cooper
The welcome return of a thoughtful interpretation of this much-loved ballet  
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A beloved Australian Ballet classic: Maina Gielgud's Giselle

Ako Kondo (Giselle) and Chengwu Guo (Albrecht) © Daniel Boud
Ako Kondo dances a gorgeous Giselle in this restaging of a much-loved production.
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Patrice Bart’s Giselle returns to Zurich

Yen Han (Giselle) © Carlos Quezada
Based on a story published by Heinrich Heine in 1834, Giselle has long stood as a front runner in the classical ballet canon.
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