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The world’s most beloved ballet as a stunning interpretation of the Ballet of the Brno National Theatre and Tampere Filharmonia
Swan Lake is among the most famous and performed ballets in the world. Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s charming music combined with the emotional love story have spoken to audiences for over 140 years. Now, the ballet will be seen in the Main Auditorium as a joint production of Tampere Hall and Tampere Filharmonia for the first time since 2010.
The story describes the tale of Prince Siegfried and a beautiful princess that has been transformed into a swan by an evil sorcerer. Countless versions of Swan Lake have been produced, varying in the interpretations of the protagonists, Odette and Odile. The story’s ending can also be interpreted in different ways – it can have either a tragic or a happy ending. In this Brno production, the lovers’ fate is left undecided.
In the Ballet of the Brno National Theatre’s Swan Lake the choreography is a remake of Brno’s first Swan Lake one hundred years ago. Peter Horne is responsible for the new set design and Roman Šolc for the costume design.
This classic is suitable for the entire family. It offers spectacular scenography and costumes, breathtaking music interpreted by Tampere Filharmonia and world-class ballet performed by the top dancers of the Brno Ballet!
Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography and director: Robert Strajner based on the choreography of Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov
Conductor: Robert Kružík
Set design: Peter Horne
Costume design: Roman Šolc
Soloists and dance group of the Ballet of the Brno National Theatre
There is an interval in this concert.
|Fri 8.11. at 18|
|Sat 9.11. at 13|
|Sat 9.11. at 18|
|Sun 10.11. at 13|
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