Astana Ballet

Astana Ballet Gala

  • Part I

    50 min.

  • Intermission

    ca. 20 min.

  • Part II

    25 min.

  • Intermission

    ca. 20 min.

  • Part III

    25 min.

Duration: ca. 2 hrs

PROGRAMME:

Part I

Love Fear Loss
One-act ballet
Music by E. Piaf, C. Dumont, J. Brel
Choreography by Ricardo Amarante
Enlightment
Fragments of one-act ballet The Language of Love 
Kazakh folk music in arrangement of R. Salavatov
Choreography by M. Avakhri
Akkyz (The Light-Faced One)
Kazakh folk music in arrangement of Ye. Khusainov
Choreography by A. Tati 
Alem
A fragment
Music by A. Amar
Choreography by N. Dmitriyevskiy
Assem Konyr (The beauty of Steppes) 
Music by D. Nurpeissova
Choreography by A. Tati
Kuanamyn (Rejoice)
Music by A. Alipbekuly
Choreography by A. Tsoy
Scythian frescoes
Compositions of ethno-folk group Chemirani 
Choreography by M. Avakhri
Arular (The Beauties)
Compositions of ethnic-folk group Turan
Choreography by A. Tati

Part II

Gaia
one-act ballet
Music by H. Tavares
Choreography by Ricardo Amarante

Part III

A Fuego lento
Choreographic miniature
Music by L. Shifrin, A. Piazzolla, C. Gardel, S. Kosuga 
Choreography by Ricardo Amarante

Description

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    Part I

    Love Fear Loss

    Inspired by interesting life and music of Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel, every pas de deux carries you through life experience of relations: love, loss and fear.

    Divertissement of national choreography is the best act in the repertoire of Astana Ballet created by domestic and foreign choreographers. The divertissement makes an emphasis on contemporary Kazakh art of ballet, which reflects the dance trends and trends of today’s life. The program consists of fragments of one-act ballets Alem, Language of Love, choreographic miniatures Beauties, Scythian frescoes, the Kazakh dance Asem Konyr, Kuanamyn based on folk tunes and their modern adaptations, oriental classical and contemporary works . This program is largely associated with the art of the Silk Road, and it consistently shows the traces of folk theme.

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    Part II

    Gaia

    One act ballet Gaia is a colorful, vivid story of the Earth Planet, narrated by the language of contemporary choreography. Gaia embodies the Earth, which is composed of four elements: water, earth, fire and air. But there is another element, without which it is impossible to imagine the breath of the Earth – it is a forest. Each of the five elements is designed to sustain life on the planet. Together they are a unity and form the basis of Gaia – loving and strong, gentle and caring goddess of the Earth.

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    Part III

    A Fuego lento

    This story is about the first feelings of anxiety and excitement when learning the love, the desireburns slowly your body from the inside. Each world is concentrated in a beloved one and the meaning of life is love.

Sponsors

  • Patron of Teatr Wielki - Polish National Opera

  • Partners of Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera

  • Media patrons of Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera

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