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The Swan Lake: a new choreography by Angelin Preljocaj

After Snow White and Romeo and Juliet, Angelin Preljocaj returns to narrative ballet and his taste for stories.
Based on Tchaikovsky’s music mixed with contemporary arrangements, he takes hold of the myth of the swan dancer. In homage to Marius Petipa, he projects himself into the choreographer’s imagination with his idea of this new Swan Lake.

With the 26 Dancers of the Preljocaj Ballet
Music by Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovsky

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Genre: Classical Dance
Filmed by Tommy Pascal
Location: Chaillot – National Dance Theater
Duration: 120′
Shooting date: December 22-23 2020
Format: HD

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Ravel: Piano Concertos conducted by Louis Langrée with the Orchestre des Champs Elysées and David Kadouch (Piano)

The Orchestre des Champs-Elysées, under the direction of Louis Langrée and alongside David Kadouch, gives us to hear all the richness and variety of Maurice Ravel’s inspiration. Louis Langrée, who has been conducting the orchestra in the French repertoire of this period since 2013, will reveal all the wonders of Ravel’s orchestration thanks to the infinite palette of colors of the period instruments.

World premiere: The Orchestre des Champs-Elysées joins forces with the Ravel Edition for this production to offer the two concertos and the Boléro in a new revised edition in which Louis Langrée and Bertrand Chamayou have actively collaborated.

Maurice Ravel, A Boat on the Ocean
Maurice Ravel, Concerto for the Left Hand (revised edition – French premiere)
Maurice Ravel, Concerto in G (revised edition – French premiere)
Maurice Ravel, La Valse

Genre: Classical Music
Duration: 100′
Shooting date: December 20th 2020
Format: HD, 4K

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Yo Carmen by Maria Pages at La Maestranza Theatre in 4K – Looking for International Presales

María Pagés embarks us on a genuinely feminine adventure, in ten pictures, made up of eight dancers –both female and male– and seven musicians, both classical and Flamenco, playing live.

In “I, Carmen”, a woman opens up her emotions and intelligence, as if it were a fan. This is a potent narrative: she uses solos and choral choreographies stitched together in an artisan fashion, so giving expression to her wisdom and her contradictions, her loves and heart- breaks, her strength and weakness, her insecurity and dissatisfaction, her loneliness, her sensuality and her unattained gender equality, her maternity.

A female voice verbalizing a rebellion against the abuse of women, dependencies – a result of ancestral submission to social canons – traditions, religions, or against new beliefs, such as fashion, publicity or even freedom itself.

The great link between the heritage of the flamenco masters and its current avant-garde has a face: that of María Pagés. Since the early 2000s, the Seville-born dancer has established herself on the international scene as the grande dame of contemporary flamenco, as much for her impressive technique and poetic universe as for her desire for new experiences or her ability to take the deepest roots of flamenco to the shores of contemporary dance, Arab-Andalusian rhythms, Andalusian culture or the great literary myths. Alone, she has danced on all the stages of the world and in the biggest festivals, from Paris to Berlin, from Tokyo to New York, from Cairo to Toronto and from Moscow to Sydney. She has also shared the stage with Michael Baryshnikov and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, and participated in the film Flamenco by Carlos Saura. Few flamenco artists have achieved such unanimous international recognition, both from the general public and the critics. One of the reasons for this success certainly lies in the spirit of María Pagés’ shows. Like few artists, she knows how to offer shows of rare refinement and exigency, adding to the essence of flamenco a contemporary dramaturgical content. Nevertheless, her shows remain luminous, easy to access, centered on the strength of dance and the extraordinary personality of María Pagés.

Dossier available upon request

Genre: Dance, Flamenco
Shooting date: to be set up
Duration: approx. 75′
Format: 4K, HD

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