MILLEPIED - BEJART / PROGRAMME / Bastille / Février 2018

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This Ravel evening brings together two ballets on the theme of love and seduction. If one - virtuoso and colorful - draws fluid and classical lines, the other - all red and black - is stripped down but boiling with eroticism. In Daphnis and Chloe (2014), whose sets are signed Daniel Buren, Benjamin Millepied tells the triumph of love between two shepherds, despite temptations and threats. In Maurice Béjart's Boléro (1961), a soloist captivates his audience from the top of a table. Transported by the intoxicating rhythms of the score, the performer magnetizes the rest of the group that surrounds and accompanies him/her.

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Publication Year
2018
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Daphnis and Chloé
Music Maurice Ravel
Choreography Benjamin Millepied
Musical direction Maxime Pascal
Choirmaster Alessandro Di Stefano
Set design Daniel Buren
Costumes Holly Hynes
Lighting Madjid Hakimi

Bolero
Music Maurice Ravel
Choreography Maurice Béjart
Musical Direction Maxime Pascal
Choirmaster Alessandro Di Stefano
Lighting Clément Cayrol