Ballet on the Big Screen: MILLEPIED, ROBBINS, BALANCHINE (ALL NEW!)
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Purchase a season pass to all four Opera & Ballet performances and receive discounted admission, as well as a complimentary glass of house wine at each show!
Benjamin Millepied pays tribute to his masters, George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, two truly great choreographers, both of Russian origin, who led the American School, and dance in general, to rarely attained heights.
Millepied has created a ballet that presents both the company and his overall project for dance at the Paris Opera. The result of an artistic collaboration with composer Nico Muhly, this highly contemporary creation also seeks to highlight the excellence of classical technique and its significance for dance today.
The Paris Opera Ballet is all the richer for the inclusion of Opus19 / The Dreamer in its repertoire. This elegant piece, imagined by Jerome Robbins in 1979, is a variation for two dancers to Sergei Prokofiev’s First Violin Concerto, portraying the daydream of a young man and his unrealView more