Carlos Acosta as Don Quixote, Marianela Nuñez as Kitri, Yuhui Choe and Beatriz Stix-Brunell as Kitri's friends, Luca Acri, Paul Kay, Kenta Kura and Michael Stojko as the Rascals, Philip Mosley as Sancho Panza, Gary Avis as Lorenzo and Bennet Gartside as Gamache in Carlos Acosta's production of Marius Petipa's Don Quixote, with music by Ludwig Minkus. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/donquixote Carlos Acosta, Principal Guest Artist of The Royal Ballet, created his first work for the Company in 2013. He chose one of his favourite ballets – Marius Petipa's Don Quixote, a joyful adaptation of Miguel de Cervantes's classic novel. Acosta's production has proved itself a firm audience favourite, acclaimed for its breathtakingly virtuoso dancing, eye-popping designs by Tim Hatley and the sheer energy and exuberance of the production as a whole. The adventures of the bumbling knight Don Quixote and his ever-faithful squire Sancho Panza have been the inspiration for countless ballets, of which Petipa's is one of the best loved. Acosta has danced the virtuoso role of Basilio many times, and brings that experience to his unique and vibrant vision of the story. Ludwig Minkus's score, created for Petipa, is full of Spanish flair and atmosphere. Don Quixote, with its famously bravura Act III pas de deux and infectious ebullience, is wonderfully entertaining.
Mathieu Ganio, Agnès Letestu, Karin Averty, Karl Paquette, Aurore Cordelier, Dorothée Gilbert Premier Basilio de Mathieu Ganio qui sera nommé étoile quelques jours plus tard.
Mathilde Froustey "Kitri" DON QUICHOTTE Chorégraphie : Rudolf Noureev décembre 2012 Opéra National de Paris
Grand Ballet Classique de Moscou de N.Kasatkina et V.Vasilev Chef d'orchestre-Oleg Reshetkin Orchestre Symphonique Royal du Maroc 23.01.2015 Rabat
Sergei Polunin and Erika Mikirticheva MAMT 2012 Ballet: Don Quixote Choreography: Marius Petipa Music: Ludwig Minkus Performance Information: MAMT 2012 Dancers: Sergei Polunin as Basilio, and Erika Mikitircheva as Kitri Sergei Polunin is a Ukrainian ballet dancer. Famous for his "once every hundred years" talent, he has incredulous elevation and impeccable technique. From an early age, he displayed glorious dramatic range. Home videos of him as a tiny boy improvising to Pavarotti are very foretelling. At age 20, he became the Royal Ballet's youngest ever principle dancer. Ballet gained an unprecedented new awareness when he danced in Hozier's viral video "Take Me To Church." People who never would have never paid any attention to ballet began to watch. He is generally attributed with bringing ballet to the modern common man. Classical, yet cutting edge, Sergei starred in Diesel's "Make Love Not Walls" campaign and has put his mark on many other promotions. Sergei is a much sought after model and actor. Fashion designers love his breathtaking physique and brooding good looks. He has garnered only positive reviews for his acting. His appearances include …On The Orient Express, Dancer, White Crow, and Red Sparrow. If you enjoyed this, please consider subscribing to my Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/PamBoehmeSimon and "like" my playlist "Sergei Polunin, Graceful Beast" as well. For additional videos and more, visit my fan site at https://sergeipoluningracefulbeast.com or my blog at https://pamboehmesimon.com This is a ballet | балет iMovie by Pam Boehme Simon. Thank you for watching.
Don Quichotte de Rudolf Noureev, à retrouver du 11 décembre au 6 janvier 2018 à l'Opéra Bastille. Informations et réservations : https://www.operadeparis.fr/saison-17-18/ballet/don-quichotte Extrait de la saison 2012/2013.
Aurélie Dupont, Manuel Legris
Don Quixote versão completa Mariinsky Ballet, 2006
Janis Liu performed Don Quixote Act 1 Kitri Variation at YLC IBC (18 years old)
Agnès Letestu, Nicolas Le Riche