Posted 16 December 2009 - 08:48 PM
Posted 17 December 2009 - 01:27 AM
Would anyone know about the recent premiere of the ballet Fadette/Fadetta in Perm by Boyarchnikov? Is it based on Lavrosky's ballet? Is it using music from Sylvia?
It is loosely based on the Lavrovsky production with Delibes music for Sylvia.
The Perm Opera and Ballet website has full details and a good number of photographs but I could not get the link to work.
You can read the following review in Russian or do as I have done and use Google translation
or google balletfriends.ru fadetta and scroll down for more reviews.
The Mikhailovsky Ballet also have a production of Fadetta.
Posted 17 December 2009 - 08:34 AM
scan of the cover of the program booklet from the ballet's 1936 premiere.
somewhere i may have a photocard of two, which, i located, i can scan and post.
Posted 17 December 2009 - 01:54 PM
Vecheslova, possibly in a staging of FADETTE; Kirilova and ?, in FADETTA; Kirilova and ?, in FADETTA (these last two have handwritting on the back that notes FADETTA: the first - center photo - says Act II; second one - on the right - says, Act I [Kirilova's character was Madlon; the man's was perhaps Andre.
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