DIANA VISHNEVA: ON THE EDGE
LES BALLET DE MONTE-CARLO
Kings of the Dance Tickets
POLINA SEMIONOVA & FRIENDS
SOLO FOR TWO: NATALIA OSIPOVA & IVAN VASILIEV
MIKHAILOVSKY BALLET
Eifman Ballet
MARIINSKY BALLET

Kings of the Dance

ROBERTO BOLLE
MARCELO GOMES
DENIS MATVIENKO
LEONID SARAFANOV
IVAN VASILIEV

Guest Artist
SVETLANA LUNKINA

ACT ONE

REMANSO
Music: Enrique Granados
Choreographer: Nacho Duato
Set and Costumes: Nacho Duato
Lighting Design: Brad Fields
Staging: Tony Fabre
Organization and Production: Carlos Iturrioz – Media Producciones SL (Spain)
© Nacho Duato. All Rights Reserved
First performance: 1997, American Ballet Theater, New York

Performed by
Leonid Sarafanov,  Denis Matvienko, Marcelo Gomes

 

INTERMISSION

ACT TWO

LE JEUNE HOMME ET LA MORT
Music: Johann Sebastian Bach, Passacaglia in C Minor, BWV 582
Libretto: Jean Cocteau
Choreography: Roland Petit
Staging: Luigi Bonino
Lighting: Jean-Michel Desire
Set: Georges Wakhevitch
Costumes: Karinska
Set courtesy of English National Ballet
First performance: 1946, Les Ballets des Champs-Elysees, Paris

Performed by
Ivan Vasiliev (March 19, 21), Roberto Bolle (March 20, 22)
Svetlana Lunkina (March 19-22)

 

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ACT THREE

PROTOTYPE
Music by Piero Salvatori produced by Fausto Dase
Concept and Choreography by Massimiliano Volpini
Costumes by Roberto Guidi di Bagno made by Sartoria Farani
Co-directed by Avantgarde Numerique and XCHanges Vfx Design
Visual effects by XCHanges VFx

Performed by Roberto Bolle

 

Morel et Saint-Loup from ballet PROUST
Music: Gabriel Faure
Choreography: Roland Petit
Staging: Luigi Bonino
First performance: 1974, National Ballet of Marseille

Performed by Denis Matvienko & Marcelo Gomes

 

TUE
Music by Barbara (Songs: Drout, Sid’ amour a mort)
Choreography by Marco Goecke
Assistant to Choreographer: Rolando D’Alesio

Performed by Leonid Sarafanov

LABYRINTH OF SOLITUDE
Music by Tomaso Antonio Vitali
(Ciaconne in G Minor for Violin and Piano)
Choreography by Patrick De Bana

Performed by Ivan Vasiliev

“KO’d”
Music by Guillaume Côté
(Piano Sonata no. 4 in F# minor)
Choreography by Marcelo Gomes

Performed by
Marcelo Gomes, Roberto Bolle, Denis Matvienko,
Ivan Vasiliev, Leonid Sarafanov

Program and Cast Subject to Change