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5 marzo, 2009
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As one of the only ballet companies to have direct lineage from the Ballets Russes, English National Ballet celebrates the centenary with two programmes including some of the troupe’s great works, Ballets Russes productions were collaborations with major choreographers, composers, artists and dancers of the time including Pavlova, Picasso, Debussy, Chanel, Matisse and Nijinsky.

Ballets Russes – Sadler’s Wells, London.

The Australian Ballet also has direct heritage from the original Ballets Russes and for this season English National Ballet will be joined by guest artists from The Australian Ballet for performances of Le Spectre de la Rose

Highlights of Ballets Russes includes Les Sylphides, Le Spectre de la Rose, Schéhérazade and The Dying Swan. The performances also showcase Kenneth MacMillan’s reworking of the visceral The Rite of Spring, which provoked riots at its first performances by the Ballets Russes; and the World Premiere of Faune, a re-imagining of Nijinsky's L'après-midi d'un Faune by internationally acclaimed choreographer David Dawson.

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Schéhérazade – Photo: Bill Cooper

English National Ballet

Ballets Russes, 16 – 20 June 2009
Exploring Ballets Russes, 18 June 2.30pm



Programme 1
16 (Press night), 18, 20 June 7.30pm

Apollo, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Dying Swan,

Faune – World Premiere, Schéhérazade

Apollo
Music: Igor Stravinsky
Choreography: George Balanchine

Le Spectre de la Rose
Music: Carl Maria von Weber
Choreography: Michael Fokine
Sets/Costume: Leon Bakst

The Dying Swan
Music: Camille Saint-Saëns
Choreography: Michel Fokine
Costume: Leon Bakst

Faun(e)
Music: Claude Debussy
Choreography: David Dawson
Set Designer: David Dawson
Costume Designer: Yumiko Takeshima
Lighting: David Dawson

Schéhérazade
Choreography: Nicholas Beriozoff after Michel Fokine
Music: Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
Design: Geoffrey Guy after Léon Bakst


Programme 2
17 (press night), 19 June 7.30pm – 20 June 2.30pm

Les Sylphides, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Dying Swan

Faune, The Rite of Spring

Les Sylphides
Music: Frederic Chopin
Choreography: Michel Fokine
Staging: Alicia Markova
Sets: Geoffrey Guy after Corot
Costume: Geoffrey Guy after Alexandre Benois

The Rite of Spring
Music: Igor Stravinsky
Choreography: Sir Kenneth MacMillan
Designer: Yolanda Sonnabend

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Les Sylphides – Photo Patrick Baldwin

As part of Ballets Russes English National Ballet offers Exploring Ballets Russes, a unique chance to see what goes into creating a programme of work. The Company will present a special performance looking into the rehearsal process. The first act will explore the methods the dancers and their tutors use to restage and rehearse these ballets, and in act II the Company presents a fully staged performance of The Dying Swan, and Schéhérazade.



Ballets Russes – www.sadlerswells.com – 0844 412 4300, £10 – £40
Sadler’s Wells

16 (Press night), 18, 20 June 7.30pm
Apollo, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Dying Swan,
Faune (World Premiere), Schéhérazade
17 (press night), 19 June 7.30pm, 20 June 2.30pm

Les Sylphides, Le Spectre de la Rose, The Dying Swan

Faune, The Rite of Spring
Exploring Ballets Russes 18 June 2pm

''Outstanding Company''
English National Ballet truimphs at Critics' Circle National Dance Awards 2008.


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