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Petipa Grand pas



Concert Program «Petipa Grand Pas» is a theatrical performance featuring choreography by Marius Petipa.

The program is designed to preserve the existing legacy of the great choreographer Marius Petipa, who made an invaluable contribution to the development of Russian classical ballet. Petipa is one of the few ballet masters of the 19th century whose ballets have survived to our time and, most importantly, continue to give pleasure today no less than what the audience, the choreographers' contemporaries, experienced. In the ballets staged by this illustrious choreographer, the style of academic classical dance was finally established, and work on the form of full-length ballet was completed.

I PART

L. Minkus. Children's polonaise-mazurka from the ballet «Paquita».

C. Pugni. Pas de quatre «Revived Statues» from the ballet «The Little Humpbacked Horse» or «The Tsar Maiden».

C. Pugni. Forban Dance from the ballet «Corsair».

P. Gertel. Pas de ruban from the ballet «La Fille mal gardée».

P. Gertel. Dance «La Sabotière» from the ballet «La Fille mal gardée».

A. Glazunov. Pas de deux from the ballet «Raymonda».

C. Pugni. Grand pas de deux «Le carnaval de Venise».

II PART

R. Drigo. Pas de quatre «The Rosary» from the ballet «Le Réveil de Flore».

J. Armsheimer, C. Pugni. Pas de deux from the ballet «La Halte de cavalerie».

L. Minkus. Indian dance from the ballet «La Bayadere».

R. Drigo, C. Pugni, V. Bocharov. Pas de deux from the ballet «The Talisman».

R. Drigo. Suite from the ballet «Les millions d’Arlequin».

Genre: Ballet concert program
Title: Petipa Grand pas
Duration: 2 часа 40 мин
Number of actions: 2
Premiere date: 09 november 2017
Age: 6+


Concert Program «Petipa Grand Pas» is a theatrical performance featuring choreography by Marius Petipa.

The program is designed to preserve the existing legacy of the great choreographer Marius Petipa, who made an invaluable contribution to the development of Russian classical ballet. Petipa is one of the few ballet masters of the 19th century whose ballets have survived to our time and, most importantly, continue to give pleasure today no less than what the audience, the choreographers' contemporaries, experienced. In the ballets staged by this illustrious choreographer, the style of academic classical dance was finally established, and work on the form of full-length ballet was completed.

I PART

L. Minkus. Children's polonaise-mazurka from the ballet «Paquita».

C. Pugni. Pas de quatre «Revived Statues» from the ballet «The Little Humpbacked Horse» or «The Tsar Maiden».

C. Pugni. Forban Dance from the ballet «Corsair».

P. Gertel. Pas de ruban from the ballet «La Fille mal gardée».

P. Gertel. Dance «La Sabotière» from the ballet «La Fille mal gardée».

A. Glazunov. Pas de deux from the ballet «Raymonda».

C. Pugni. Grand pas de deux «Le carnaval de Venise».

II PART

R. Drigo. Pas de quatre «The Rosary» from the ballet «Le Réveil de Flore».

J. Armsheimer, C. Pugni. Pas de deux from the ballet «La Halte de cavalerie».

L. Minkus. Indian dance from the ballet «La Bayadere».

R. Drigo, C. Pugni, V. Bocharov. Pas de deux from the ballet «The Talisman».

R. Drigo. Suite from the ballet «Les millions d’Arlequin».




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