Petar Iljič Čajkovski - Vladimir Malakhov Swan Lake

Swan Lake

Kreativni tim

Koreograf i redatelj

Vladimir Malakhov

Dirigent

Dian Tchobanov

Scenograf i kostimograf

Jordi Roig

Oblikovatelj svjetla

Deni Šesnić

Suradnica koreografa

Emi Hariyama

Baletne majstorice

Mihaela Devald, Pavla Pećušak, Ervina Sulejmanova, Lovorka Puk Tomić, Emilija Sorić

Suradnik scenografa

Enrique Conde

Asistentica scenografa

Irena Kraljić

Asistentica kostimografa

Tihana Cizelj

Izrada oglavlja

Martina Gajšak

Glazbena voditeljica

Ljudmila Šumarova

Inspicijetica

Korepetitor

Teo Visintin

Ansambl predstave

ODETTA/ODILIA

PRINC SIEGFRIED

ROTBART, čarobnjak

DVORSKA LUDA

BENNO, prinčev prijatelj

PAS DE TROIS

Asuka Maruo, Anamarija Marković / Saya Ikegami, Valentina Štrok Simon Yoshida / Adam Harris

KRALJICA, Siegfriedova majka

PRINČEV TUTOR / MAJSTOR CEREMONIJE

VALCER

Ivančica Alajbeg, Saya Ikegami, Mutsumi Matsuhisa, Ozana Mirković, Lucija Radić, Cristiana Rotolo, Valentina Štrok, Atina Tanović Matheo Bourreau, Mario Diligente, Taiguara Goulart, Adam Harris, Lorenzo Mosuri, Kornel Palinko, Balint Rauscher, Arnau Velazquez Rodriguez

POLONEZA

Simon Yoshida, Matheo Bourreau, Mario Diligente, Taiguara Goulart, Adam Harris, Ovidiu Muscalu, Kornel Palinko, Balint Rauscher, Arnau Velazquez Rodriguez

TRI VELIKA LABUDA

Iva Vitić Gameiro, Rieka Suzuki, Lucija Radić / Miruna Miciu, Natalia Kosovac

ČETIRI MALA LABUDA

Dora Kovač, Asuka Maruo, Anamarija Marković, Valentina Štrok / Dora Blaić, Saya Ikegami

LABUDOVI , II. i IV. čin

Ivančica Alajbeg, Dora Blaić, Daria Brdovnik Bukvić, Saya Ikegami, Mutsumi Matsuhisa, Ozana Mirković, Lada Rora, Cristiana Rotolo, Atina Tanović, Tihana Trupeljak Bujanić, Petra Vargović Stanciu, Tea Drvošek Kisak, Laura Đud, Laura Badovinac, Ema Kranjec, Jana Brletić / Dora Jadrešić

LABUDOVI , III. čin

Anamarija Marković, Mutsumi Matsuhisa, Atina Tanović, Cristiana Rotolo / Ivančica Alajbeg, Dora Blaić, Valentina Štrok

DVA LABUDA , IV. čin

Natalia Kosovac, Iva Vitić Gameiro / Miruna Miciu, Lucija Radić

ŠEST CRNIH LABUDOVA, IV. čin

Dora Kovač, Lucija Radić, Anamarija Marković, Asuka Maruo, Rieka Suzuki, Valentina Štrok / Saya Ikegami, Dora Blaić

RUSKA PRINCEZA

POLJSKA PRINCEZA

NAPOLITANSKA PRINCEZA

Asuka Maruo / Dora Kovač

ŠPANJOLSKA PRINCEZA

MAĐARSKA PRINCEZA

RUSKI PLES

Saya Ikegami / Asuka Maruo, Mario Diligente, Kornel Palinko / Drew Jackson

POLJSKI PLES

Iva Vitić Gameiro / Valentina Štrok Simon Yoshida / Adam Harris, Daria Brdovnik Bukvić, Ozana Mirković / Valentina Štrok , Dora Kovač, Ovidiu Muscalu, Dan Rus, Arnau Velazquez Rodriguez

NAPOLITANSKI PLES

Asuka Maruo, Lorenzo Misuri

ŠPANJOLSKI PLES

Rieka Suzuki / Natalia Kosovac, Matheo Bourreau, Taiguara Goulart, Adam Harris, Balint Rauscher / Ovidiu Muscalu

MAĐARSKI PLES

Lucija Radić / Miruna Miciu Tihana Trupeljak Bujanić, Tatjana Andročec, Ilinca Barbu Moga, Sanda Miš, Barbara Novković Novak, Danijela Zobunđija / Danijela Batur, Dunja Zoričić, Siniša Bosnar, Andrej Barbanov, Alan Gotal, Domagoj Vrbljanin, Ioan Dumitru Moga, Filip Filipović / Andrija Palada, Dan Rus

DVORSKE DAME

Danijela Batur, Tatjana Hrvačić Gašparac, Bojana Suntešić, Dunja Zoričić

DVORJANI

Frano Brkičić, Dejan Gotić, Tin Matić, Saša Mottl, Ivan Pervan, Sven Sorić

Orkestar Opere HNK u Zagrebu

Koncertne majstorice

Mojca Ramušćak, Vlatka Peljhan

Premijera

17.03.2017

Certainly today’s most popular ballet blanc, the piece that has become synonymous with the art of classical ballet, had become forgotten after an unsuccessful first premiere in 1877 in Saint Petersburg, and was one of the biggest disappointments of the ingenious composer Tchaikovsky’s life. The choreographer didn’t understand the dramaturgy nor the music, stating that it is partially undanceable, and the prima ballerina performed numbers from other ballets that had nothing to do with the piece.

It wasn’t until 1894, thanks to the famous choreographer Marius Petipa, as well as Lev Ivanov, that the piece was, in part, performed again. Unfortunately, this was after Tchaikovsky’s death, at the memorial production dedicated to the composer. The first complete, and spectacular production of the ballet was in 1895, in Saint Petersburg’s Mariinsky theatre. Ever since, it has been impossible to imagine any ballet house in the world which does not include this beloved and relatable story in its repertoire, this tale about the prince who, after many challenges, succeeds in rescuing the enchanted princess with his love, and free her flock of swan friends from the claws of the evil wizard Rothbart. It is believed that the need for Swan Lake has become a wondrous syndrome, a piece which the true admirers of ballet can never get enough of. For over a hundred and twenty years, this ballet has been one of the greatest challenges to every ballet ensemble and their soloists, and the role of fragile Odette and the evil Odile, which is usually interpreted by one prima ballerina, remains the eternal highest reach of every classical ballerina’s artistic creativity.

The new production of Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky will be choreographed by world-renowned dancer and choreographer Vladimir Malakhov, which will add Swan Lake to the collection of his interpretations of classical ballet pieces, such as The Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and La Bayadère. His first production of this famous piece will be created for the Zagreb ballet ensemble. The choreographic style of this author, which he developed through many classical and neoclassical ballet pieces, will greatly enrich the repertoire of the Zagreb Ballet, which produces the most challenging works of classical, neoclassical, and contemporary ballet with great enthusiasm and equal success.

VLADIMIR MALAKHOV, named by many critics the dancer of the century due to his lyrical dance style and flawless technique, received his ballet education at the famous Moscow State Academy of Bolshoi Ballet. He was the principal dancer in several prestigious ballet theatres around the world, such as the Vienna State Opera Ballet, and American Ballet Theatre. He is a recipient of many prestigious international dance and choreography awards. Choreographing Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake will be the introduction of his work to Zagreb’s audiences.

Ni u čemu se ne pretjeruje, sve je tako skladno i profinjeno, a premijerni plesači bili su oličenje suzdržane i delikatne snage.— Večernji list
Osjećamo ruski duh, ali bez provala narodnog temperamenta (i duše iz njedara), ili pak usredotočenosti na digresije virtuoznog spektakla. Nekako je sve potisnuto pod napetu kožu; napetost isijava i raste iz precizne plemenite poslušnosti služenja idealu ljepote koji nadilazi mogućnosti tjelesne transformacije.— Plesna scena.hr
Dugotrajan pljesak i ovacije prepuna gledališta.— Jutarnji list

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