Bayadère (Royal Ballet)
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Bayadère (Royal Ballet)

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This ballet performance of Bayadere by the Royal Ballet, with accompaniment by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House was recorded in high definition at the Royal Opera House, and features choreography by Natalia Makarova, with renowned dancers like Tamara Rojo, Carlos Acosta, Marianela Nunes in the leading roles.  See more details below

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This ballet performance of Bayadere by the Royal Ballet, with accompaniment by the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House was recorded in high definition at the Royal Opera House, and features choreography by Natalia Makarova, with renowned dancers like Tamara Rojo, Carlos Acosta, Marianela Nunes in the leading roles.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/22/2011
UPC:
0809478070795
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Bbc / Opus Arte
Region Code:
0
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[stereo]
Time:
2:47:00

Special Features

Cast gallery; Tamara Rojo; Corps de ballet interviews; Rehearsal footage

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La Bayadère (Royal Ballet) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Matthew15 More than 1 year ago
The Royal Ballet has released the first performance in High Definition of 'La Bayadere'. The sets are spacious and extravagant, and costumes are authentic. The corps de ballet had strong synchronization, and the 'Kingdom of the Shades' scene was especially mesmerizing to watch. Tamara Roja as Nikiya is passionate, and a bit reserved; Carlos Acosta as Solor is powerful, but his facial expressions seemed strained; Marianela Nuñez as Gazmatti is seductive and graceful. Interviews with Tamara Rojo and members of the corps de ballet, and twenty minutes of rehearsal footage, may be of interest to ballet dancers. A disclaimer on the back of the DVD case indicates the use of strobe lighting, which appears in the 'Destruction of the Temple' scene.