Grace Edwards

Freelance writer – creative – media-maker

Review: Published: Paris Opéra Ballet – La Bayadère

As the late Rudolf Nureyev’s last homage to Marius Petipa, the Paris Opéra Ballet’s La Bayadère has never had any difficulty attracting audiences. Regarded by many as one of the company’s signature pieces, the production’s magnificently exotic costumes and sets seemed to transform the atmosphere even before the dancers had made their first appearances. As the night progressed, the dancers proved themselves to be the true jewels of the company, performing with such artistry that their dancing surpassed in beauty even the brilliance of their inspired stage universe.

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This entry was posted on August 27, 2009 by in arts, ballet, paris opera.
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