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Tchaikovsky Pyotr

1. Swan Lake (2006)

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Yulia Makhalina  - Odette/Odile
Igor Zelensky - Prince Siegfried
Eldar Aliyev – Rothbar
Yuri Fateyev - Court Jester
Angelina Kashirina - Princess Regent
Kirov Ballet
Kirov Theatre Orchestra
Viktor Fedotov - conductor

Choreography by Marius Petipa And Lev Ivanov, in A Version By Konstantin Sergeyev.

 

This version of Swan Lake is definitely one of the best ones I've ever seen - and I've seen a lot! Yulia Makhalina is a fantastic technical dancer (if that's what you are looking for) and her extensions are unbelievable. The Corps de Ballet does what Kirov Corp de Ballet has always done best - dance in fantastic unison. The sets are beautiful as are the costumes. If you want to see a truly moving version of this ballet, this is the one to watch. --- Olga Goloschokin

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2. The Nutcracker (2001)

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Alina Cojocaru – Klara
Anthony Dowell – Drosselmeyer
Ivan Putrovs – Nutcracker
Miyako Yoshida - Sugar Plum Fairy
Jonathan Cope – Prince

Royal Ballet, Convent Garden
Royal Opera House Orchestra
Evgeny Svetlanov

Choreography by Peter Wright after Lev Ivanov

 

Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker ballet has had many facelifts over the years. Peter Wright's Royal Ballet production is among the most imaginative, bringing together the narrative and fantasy aspects with relish. The first half of Act 1 is made busy but low-key, moving up a gear with the majestic Christmas tree "Transformation Scene", and ending with a gorgeous "Waltz of the Snowflakes". Act 2 decks out the lengthy sequence of character dances with vivid stage sets, culminating in a moving reconciliation between the magician Drosselmeyer and his nephew. Anthony Dowell brings authority, Ivan Putrov enthusiasm to their respective roles; Alina Cojocaru is sympathetic as Clara, and Miyako Yoshida steals the show as the Sugar-Plum Fairy. The Royal Opera House Orchestra take time to adjust to Evgeny Svetlanov's spacious tempos, but the showpieces have real emotional force. A Nutcracker for today, and a Christmas treat for all ages. --Richard Whitehouse, Editorial Reviews

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3. The Sleeping Beauty (1989)

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Larissa Lezhnina - Princess Aurora
Farukh Ruzimatov - Prince Desire
Nina Mikhailova - The Queen
Gennady Babanin – The King
Yulia Makhalina - Lilac Fairy
Vadim Guliayev – Carabosse

Kirov Ballet and Orchestra
Victor Fedotov - conductor

Choreography by Oleg Vinogradov after Marius Petipa

 

With its perfect fusion of music and choreographic ideas, The Sleeping Beauty is the quintessential romantic ballet, and it finds its spiritual home preserved in the outstandic classic traditions of the Kirov Ballet. The stylish grandeur of choreographer and artistic director Oleg Vinogradov's production shows the entire company as its best. The higher traditon in dance continues with Larissa Lezhnina, one of Kirov's brightest new talents, brilliant as Princess Aurora, and Farukh Ruzimatov's performance in the role of Prince Desire demonstrates both power and grace. It may be a truism to say Russians interpret Russian music best, but based on this stunning Kirov Ballet performance it's excitingly and exhilaratingly accurate. From the principal dancers to the last member of the ensemble, the grace and mastery of this world-class company is clearly in evidence. ---naxosvideolibrary.com

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