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One of the paramount examples of the choreographic art of the 19th-century, Marius Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty has never lost its ability to move and enthral audiences. Rarely, if ever, have music - in this case by Tchaikovsky - and dance been so perfectly and seamlessly integrated in the service of narrative than in this unmatched blend of spectacle and artistry. Each musical phrase and every step of dancing feels conceived in precise relation to the whole, resulting in a work of astonishing formal unity.
First performed by the National Ballet of Canada in 1972, the Rudolf Nureyev version of the ballet put the relatively young National Ballet of Canada in the map. Now four decades later the National Ballet of Canada celebrates this ballet once again!
Opening night: 30 January 2020
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