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Enjoy our new Dance season with Svetlana Zakharova and her Bolshoi Project which includes two ballets – Come un respiro to music and Gabrielle Chanel, Lucrezia Borgia danced by Ballerina Eleonora Abbagnato, the Cuban Malpaso Dance Company interpreting works from Ohad Naharin, Mats Ek & Osnel Delgado, Frame by Frame the new ballet based on the life and work of Canadian filmmaker Norman McLaren by Robert Lepage and Guillaume Côté and finally Sleeping Beauty performed by the Latvian national Ballet.
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Internationally acclaimed ballerina Svetlana Zakharova – the Bolshoi’s prima and the first and Russian Etoile at Teatro alla Scala – charms both the audiences and the critics, who say she is one of those who celebrate the glory of the Russian ballet school in the new generation of dancers. In Svetlana Zakharova Project Como un respiro by Mauro Bigonzetti and Gabrielle Chanel by Yuri Possokhov, a star-clad cast of dancers from the Bolshoi ballet will dance with the star.
The greatest of all the fairytale ballets
A Christmas treat for the whole family and a classic with a special place in the hearts of ballet fans around the world. Sleeping Beauty has always been enchanting children and adults. The magnificent stage design of the production takes you to the wonderland of fairies, beauties, and beasts. Latvian opera House Ballet’s version is a “must-see”.
A seductive woman
Former Opéra de Paris prima ballerina, Eleonora Abbagnato empowers the fascinating Lucrezia Borgia with her strong warrior personality. The illegitimate daughter of a pope and his mistress, Lucrezia Borgia was a famous beauty, notorious for the suspicious deaths and political intrigue that swirled around her and her family.
Malpaso is committed to working with top international choreographers while also nurturing new voices in Cuban choreography
Woman with water | Mats EK
woman is dancing with a table. She is given a glass of water that will quench her thirst and sustain life. Then she drinks the water. Mats Ek’s piece is back on our stage! woman with water is a new work inspired by Ek’s thirty years as a choreographer full of extraordinary power, emotion and energy.
* dedicated to Marie-Louise Ekman.
Tabula Rasa | Ohad Naharin
The legendary choreographer Ohad Naharin, also known as Mr Gaga, has a unique approach to the body and movement.
24 hours and a dog | Osnel Delgado
Inspired by the daily life of dancers in Havana, the work is a non-stop barrage of fluid movement, supported by admirable technique and an easy musicality
A ballet based on the life and work of Canadian filmmaker Norman McLaren
By Robert Lepage and Guillaume Côté
The legendary Canadian filmmaker and animator Norman McLaren’s experiments in various forms of animation and his innovative use of sound, music and drawn-on-film techniques saw him create works of unparalleled richness, visual brilliance and beauty, influencing subsequent generations of filmmakers the world over.
Now, the renowned playwright, director, actor and filmmaker Robert Lepage comes to The National Ballet of Canada for the first time to collaborate with the company’s Choreographic Associate Guillaume Côté in a multidisciplinary production that explores Norman McLaren’s life and work. Incorporating and interweaving several different media, the ballet is both an evocation of and inquiry into the world and imagination of one of Canada’s most uncategorizable and accomplished, yet elusive, artists.
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