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Wiener Staatsoper Repertory

»Cranko’s pieces are extremely theatrical, highly musical and always hit the heart.« Reid Anderson

 

Restless dandy recognizes his great love too late. Torn letters. Destroyed lives. With his adaptation of Pushkin’s verse novel, John Cranko created a masterpiece of narrative ballet. The score combines various works by Piotr I. Tchaikovsky, but not a single bar from his opera »Eugene Onegin« is heard.

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Lise and Colas are in love, but Lise’s mother has already chosen someone else for her daughter. Ashton’s dance piece about the »poorly guarded girl« is an enchanting ballet comedy, not only highly virtuoso in its dancing, but also full of vibrant characters and folkloristic colours.

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Martin Schläpfer’s Marsch, Walzer, Polka is a ravishing homage to waltz dreams and dance ecstasy. Mahler was »in seventh heaven« while he was working on his 5th symphony, which has inspired Marco Goecke for a choreography. And at the end, pure dance by George Balanchine full of enchanting brilliance and virtuosity.

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A Chopin ballet in which Robbins beautifully blends the Romanticism of the music with the elegance of classical ballet meets a work by the Grand Dame of American postmodernism Lucinda Childs. And Balanchine’s Liebeslieder Walzer evoke the world of Viennese balls.

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In »The Seasons« the aged Joseph Haydn composed a large-scale secular oratorio about how mankind is integrated into the cycle of nature – a music that is full of colours, full of brilliance and great rhetorical power. Images of people preserved in their microcosm but also exposed to the vastness of the universe. For Martin Schläpfer, the idea of a full-length ballet inspired by Joseph Haydn’s »The Seasons« stretches back to the early 1990s. Over 25 years later, it reached the stage – with the Vienna State Ballet, soloists from the vocal ensemble, the Arnold Schoenberg choir and the orchestra of the Vienna State Opera.

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Miquel de Cervantes' famous epic about the knight of a sad shape who goes out into the world with his servant Sancho Panza to fight against social ills inspired Rudolf Nureyev for his Viennese Don Quixote to create an opulent ballet narrative.

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