Federico Bonelli as Romeo and Lauren Cuthbertson as Juliet perform the Balcony pas de deux in Kenneth MacMillan's Royal Ballet production of Romeo and Juliet. Find out more: http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/romeo-and-juliet-by-kenneth-macmillan Kenneth MacMillan brings a contemporary interpretation to Sergei Prokofiev's classic score. His version of the ballet draws out the emotional and psychological intensity at the heart of the tale. Romeo and Juliet contains three passionate pas de deux: from the lovers' first meeting and the famous balcony scene to the devastating final tragedy. The lovers' story is set against a wonderful evocation of 16th-century Verona: a bustling market place erupts into a violent sword fight and a lavish ball is held at an elegant mansion. MacMillan's Romeo and Juliet first arrived at Covent Garden in 1965. Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn took the title roles. The performance received a rapturous reception, with 43 curtain calls and almost fotry minutes of applause. It has been at the heart of the Company’s repertory ever since, amassing more than four hundred performances. This classic production has been toured around the world. It was recently adapted for arena-scale performances at the O2 Arena, keeping MacMillan’s vision powerfully alive in the 21st century.
Complete Ballet Music with a list of Acts, Scenes and Musical Numbers. My favorites parts at 1:10:55 and 1:57:05. ------------------------------------------------------------- Sergei Prokofiev, Romeo and Juliet (Complete Ballet Music) Conductor: Unknown Orchestra: Unknown Venue: Unknown (possibly Ópera Bastille, Paris) I have found a clip of this perfomance. If you can identify it, do tell me about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mjPm... ACT 1: . Scene 1: . 00:00:00 - No. 01 - Introduction . 00:02:25 - No. 02 - Romeo . 00:05:51 - No. 03 - The Street Awakens . 00:08:23 - No. 04 - Morning Dance . 00:10:27 - No. 05 - The Quarrel . 00:12:22 - No. 06 - The Fight .................. No. 07 - The Prince Gives His Order — (a.k.a. The Duke's Command) — [NOT PRESENT IN THIS RECORDING] . 00:14:54 - No. 08 - Interlude . Scene 2: . 00:16:36 - No. 09 - Preparing for the Ball — (a.k.a. At the Capulets') . 00:17:55 - No. 10 - Juliet as a Young Girl — (a.k.a. The Young Juliet) . 00:21:41 - No. 11 - Arrival of the Guests — (a.k.a. Minuet) . 00:25:00 - No. 12 - Masks — (a.k.a. Romeo, Mercutio and Benvolio in Masks) . 00:27:52 - No. 13 - Dance of the Knights — (a.k.a. Montagues and Capulets) . 00:34:18 - No. 14 - Juliet's Variation . 00:37:28 - No. 15 - Mercutio . 00:40:19 - No. 16 - Madrigal . 00:44:16 - No. 17 - Tybalt Recognizes Romeo . 00:45:56 - No. 18 - Gavotte — (a.k.a. Departure of the Guests) . 00:49:48 - No. 19 - Balcony Scene . 00:53:33 - No. 20 - Romeo's Variation . 00:54:34 - No. 21 - Love Dance . ACT 2: . Scene 3: . 01:00:05 - No. 22 - Folk Dance . 01:03:34 - No. 23 - Romeo and Mercutio . 01:05:50 - No. 24 - Dance of the Five Couples . 01:10:55 - No. 25 - Dance with Mandolins . 01:12:55 - No. 26 - The Nurse . 01:14:48 - No. 27 - The Nurse Gives Romeo the Note from Juliet — (a.k.a. The Nurse and Romeo) . Scene 4: . 01:15:50 - No. 28 - Romeo at Friar Laurence's .................. No. 29 - Juliet at Friar Laurence's — [NOT PRESENT IN THIS RECORDING] . Scene 5: . 01:19:03 - No. 30 - Public Merrymaking — (a.k.a. The People Continue to Make Merry) .................. No. 31 - The Folk Dance Again — (a.k.a. Further Public Festivities) — [NOT PRESENT IN THIS RECORDING] . 01:21:07 - No. 32 - Tybalt Meets Mercutio — (a.k.a. Meeting of Tybalt and Mercutio) . 01:22:34 - No. 33 - Tybalt and Mercutio Fight — (a.k.a. The Duel) . 01:24:09 - No. 34 - Death of Mercutio . 01:26:16 - No. 35 - Death of Tybalt — (a.k.a Romeo Decides to Avenge Mercutio's Death) . 01:28:34 - No. 36 - Finale of Act II . ACT 3: . 01:30:50 - No. 37 - Introduction . Scene 6: . 01:32:18 - No. 38 - Romeo and Juliet . 01:33:10 - No. 39 - Farewell before Parting — (a.k.a. Romeo Bids Juliet Farewell, or The Last Farewell) . 01:38:29 - No. 40 - The Nurse . 01:39:51 - No. 41 - Juliet Refuses to Marry Paris . 01:42:02 - No. 42 - Juliet Alone . 01:43:30 - No. 43 - Interlude . Scene 7: . 01:44:55 - No. 44 - At Friar Laurence's — (a.k.a. At Friar Laurence's Cell) . 01:47:46 - No. 45 - Interlude . Scene 8: . 01:48:58 - No. 46 - Again in Juliet's Bedroom . 01:52:35 - No. 47 - Juliet Alone . 01:57:05 - No. 48 - Morning Serenade — (a.k.a. Aubade) . 01:59:46 - No. 49 - Dance of the Girls with Lilies . 02:06:04 - No. 50 - At Juliet's Bedside . ACT 4: . Scene 9: . 02:10:00 - No. 51 - Juliet's Funeral — (a.k.a. Romeo at the Tomb of Juliet) . 02:16:35 - No. 52 - Death of Juliet
M. Loudières (Juliet), M. Legris (Romeo). Choreogr. Rudolf Nureyev Orchestre de l`opera de Paris, dir. Vello Pähn
Paris Opera Ballet Lady Capulet: Clotilde Vayer Tybalt: Charles Jude Juliet: Monique Loudieres Páris: José Martinez Music: Sergei Prokofiev Coreography: Rudolf Nureyev
Balcony scene, Romeo's variation and Love Dance. Ferri/Corella
Full documentary here: http://bit.ly/RomeoAndJulietbyNureyev Subscribe to our channel for more videos http://ow.ly/ugONZ Sergei Prokofiev / Rudolf Nureyev: Romeo and Juliet Act 1: Dance Of the Knights Rudolf Nureyev: Choreographer, Stage director Ezio Frigerio: Set designer, Costumes Mauro Pagano: Costumes Vinicio Cheli: Lighting designer Charles Jude: Tybalt Clotilde Vayer: Lady Capulet 1995. © Bel Air Média, Opéra national de Paris, La Sept / Arte | Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/medicitv | Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/medicitv Dive into the heart of classical music with medici.tv! Get closer than ever to the artists you love and have an unforgettable experience with 100+ live webcasts each year and 1,800+ videos. A rare and exclusive selection of concerts, ballets, operas, documentaries, master classes, behind-the-scenes and interviews!
Montagues Capulets (Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet) by Ballet Corella
According to iconicartsintl.org, this is the La Scala production on Dec 21, 2016. I am aware there are other YT videos of the same performance. This one is complete, it has the scene where Romeo killed himself. Video quality is decent. Roberto Bolle's comment and rehearsal clips from 1:02:18 to 1:12:00 Misty Copeland's comment and rehearsal clips from 1:44:50 to 1:54:55