Swan Lake New York NY Tickets
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Swan Lake is a popular Russian ballet composed by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and choreographed by Julius Reisinger. The ballet was first introduced in 1877 at the Bolshoo Theater, and has since then been a widely adapted piece. The ballet itself consists of four acts, though this has been altered in many modern cases.
The story, believed to have been amalgamated from different Russian folklore—stars Odette, a princess cursed by a sorcerer to turn into a swan. The ballet’s beautiful story and intricate choreography has stirred a number of television shows and films. The most recently popular film adaptation is Darren Aronofsky’s “The Black Swan” which attained quite the critical approval and earned lead actress Natalie Portman her first Academy Award.
Swan Lake New YorkNY organized by the New York City Ballet and produced by PeterMartins has been a popular recital amongst ballet enthusiasts. The 2012 ensemble stars Ashley Bouder as Odette and Odile, and Andrew Veyette as Prince Siegfried. Both stars have been praised for the precision in movements and the drama they portray which perfectly captures Odette’s struggle and the Prince’s emotion. The New York City Ballet pays attention to every detail; costume, make up, formation and music.
Swan Lake New York NY tickets this year would be provided in the Linclon Center for the Metropolitan Opera, NY. With Hollywood refreshing audiences’ interest in the story and bringing the ballet a younger audience, Swan Lake this year is looking to have a full house.
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