Balanchine / Kylian / Bejart

Milan, Teatro alla Scala
Milan, Italy
Teatro alla Scala
Sat 16 November 20:00
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Credits
Georges Bizet / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Maurice Ravel
Running Time: 1 hour 41 minutes intermission included
Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company and Orchestra

Conductor Felix Korobov
SYMPHONY IN C
Music Georges Bizet
Choreography George Balanchine
© School of American Ballet
Costumes Karinska
Lights Andrea Giretti
Teatro alla Scala Production
PETITE MORT
Music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Choreography and staging Jiří Kylián
Costumes Joke Visser
Lights Jiří Kylián
Realised by Joop Caboort
Lights and sets supervised by Hans Boven
Piano Takahiro Yoshikawa
Teatro alla Scala Production
BOLÉRO
Music Maurice Ravel
Choreography Maurice Béjart
Choreography supervised by Gil Roman
Original lights revived by Marco Filibeck
Étoile Roberto Bolle (16, 19, 21, 22, 27 Nov.)
Teatro alla Scala Production

NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE

Music inspires and generates timeless masterpieces: enhancing the classical purity and wonderful geometries of the four movements and overwhelming finale of George Balanchine’s Symphony in C, a great example of his “concertante” genre, danced to the notes of the Symphony no. 1 in C major by Georges Bizet; or flawlessly connecting the splendid ensembles and the lyrical, passionate or aggressive pas de deux in Jirˇí Kylián’s choreographic gem, Petite Mort, to music from two of Mozart’s most beautiful concertos; and finally, defining the rituality, powerful sensuality, and enthralling intensity of Béjart’s iconic ballet to the notes of Ravel’s Boléro, with étoile Roberto Bolle on the mythical round table. Great dance born of great music, also conducted by Felix Korobov.
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    Georges Bizet / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Maurice Ravel
    Running Time: 1 hour 41 minutes intermission included
    Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company and Orchestra

    Conductor Felix Korobov
    SYMPHONY IN C
    Music Georges Bizet
    Choreography George Balanchine
    © School of American Ballet
    Costumes Karinska
    Lights Andrea Giretti
    Teatro alla Scala Production
    PETITE MORT
    Music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Choreography and staging Jiří Kylián
    Costumes Joke Visser
    Lights Jiří Kylián
    Realised by Joop Caboort
    Lights and sets supervised by Hans Boven
    Piano Takahiro Yoshikawa
    Teatro alla Scala Production
    BOLÉRO
    Music Maurice Ravel
    Choreography Maurice Béjart
    Choreography supervised by Gil Roman
    Original lights revived by Marco Filibeck
    Étoile Roberto Bolle (16, 19, 21, 22, 27 Nov.)
    Teatro alla Scala Production

    NOTES ON THE PERFORMANCE

    Music inspires and generates timeless masterpieces: enhancing the classical purity and wonderful geometries of the four movements and overwhelming finale of George Balanchine’s Symphony in C, a great example of his “concertante” genre, danced to the notes of the Symphony no. 1 in C major by Georges Bizet; or flawlessly connecting the splendid ensembles and the lyrical, passionate or aggressive pas de deux in Jirˇí Kylián’s choreographic gem, Petite Mort, to music from two of Mozart’s most beautiful concertos; and finally, defining the rituality, powerful sensuality, and enthralling intensity of Béjart’s iconic ballet to the notes of Ravel’s Boléro, with étoile Roberto Bolle on the mythical round table. Great dance born of great music, also conducted by Felix Korobov.

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