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Lac | after The swan lake (Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo)
Choreography Jean-Christophe Maillot | Composer Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij
from Wed 17.05.2023 to Sun 21.05.2023
La Fenice Opera House
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choreography Jean-Christophe Maillot
composer Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij
world premiere Lac: Monaco, Grimaldi Forum, 27 December 2011

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Jean-Christophe Maillot, the director and choreographer at the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, presents us with his personal vision of  Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, particularly focussed on its Act 2. It is a challenge for any choreographer to tackle a piece enjoying mythic reputation worldwide; in so doing, Maillot worked in collaboration with Prix Goncourt winner Jean Rouaud (dramaturgy), Ernest Pignon-Ernest (scenery), and Philippe Guillotel (costumes). On reviewing the show in April 2014, The Times wrote:“Maillot’s high-energy, space-consuming choreography is well versed in the language of classical ballet, engaging fluently with the music and accentuating the suppleness of the dancers’ elegant technique.”

LOCANDINA

Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo
Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Soleil Adams, Chelsea Adomaitis, Victoria Ananyan, April Ball, Marianna Barabás, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Lou Beyne,
Anna Blackwell, Anissa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Mimoza Koike, Ashley Krauhaus, Elena Marzano, Kathryn McDonald, Ekaterina Petina, Gaëlle Riou, Katrin Schrader, Kaori Tajima, Laure Tisserand, Alessandra Tognoloni, Lydia Wellington, Hannah Wilcox

 

Jaeyong An, Cristian Assis, Jaat Benoot, Luca Bergamaschi, Daniele Delvecchio, Michael Grünecker, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Francesco Mariottini, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Alexis Oliveira, George Oliveira, Cristian Oliveri, Alvaro Prieto, Lennart Radtke, Adam Reist, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone, Jérôme Tisserand, Simone Tribuna, Christian Tworzyanski, Matèj Urban

 

Sets Ernest Pignon-Ernest
Costumes Philippe Guillotel
Dramaturgy Jean-Christophe Maillot e Jean Rouaud
Additional music Bertrand Maillot
light designer Jean-Christophe Maillot e Samuel Thery

 

La Fenice Orchestra
Conductor Nicolas Brochot

The performance lasts about 2 hours, including one interval

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