Bolshoi Ballet Coppelia Tickets
Details of Bolshoi Ballet Coppelia and the Ticket Luck value
Ballet Bolshoi is a classical ballet company situated in Moscow. It is one of the most popular ballet companies of the world and has been included in the list of the oldest ones as well. This company came into existence in the year 1776 and with the opening of other ballet companies, Ballet Bolshoi became known as the paramount ballet company of Russia. Ballet Bolshoi Coppelia tickets will enable you to witness art at its best.
Ballet Bolshoi has staged many important and popular ballets and owing to the talent exhibited by the dancers, all the events organized by them have become one of the most prominent shows in Russia. One of the most popular ballets in Russia have been composed by Bolshoi and these acts include Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Coppelia, Giselle, La Bayadere, La Fille Mal Gardee and Le Corsaire. All these performances along with exceptional dancing have made this ballet company one of the most stylish companies of the world. At present, two hundred and twenty dancers have been performing for the company. They follow a hierarchical system of arranging the dancers keeping in line with other European Ballet Dancing companies. The senior dancers are called Principals and are offered the lead roles and the others are divided, based on seniority as Lead Soloist, First Soloist, Soloist and finally comes the Corps de Ballet. The style of Ballet Bolshoi is unique and is known for being kaleidoscopic and dauntless. It also displays a nice blend of drama and aestheticism. Ballet Bolshoi Coppelia will prove to be one such event that would mesmerize you with its amazing dancing styles coupled with exquisite apparels.
Coppelia is an emotional ballet staged by Bolshoi. It was premiered in the year 1870 and was choreographed by Charles Nuitter and Arthur Saint- Leon and Leo Delibes gave the music. This ballet enjoyed immense success, Giuseppina Bozzacchi performed the lead role of Swanhilde, and at that time, she was sixteen years old. Her performance was highly appreciated and this became the most performed ballets on Opera Garnier. Ballet Bolshoi Coppelia tickets will explain to you the reason behind the success of a ballet that has been performed for many years with the same passion and style.
The story of Coppelia revolves around Franz's infatuation with a doll and true love that triumph in the end. The story starts at the time of a town festival that was arranged to proclaim the coming of a new bell. During the festival Franz and Swanhilde decide to marry each other as it was announced that whosoever get married today will get special prize money. However, Franz has his eyes set on a girl named Coppelia, sitting in the balcony of a strange and cruel inventor named Dr.Coppelius. Swanhilde feels jealous of her as Franz was paying too much attention to her. She leaves dejected and decides to visit the doctors' house to meet the girl. She makes a plan with her friends, sneaks in the house, and realizes that Coppelia is a doll and not a human being. On the other Franz also makes a plan to meet Coppelia secretly and climbs in through the balcony. Suddenly Dr. Coppelius enters the house and chases the girls away. However, Swanhilde hides herself behind a curtain when the doctor spots Franz and invites him in. His real motive behind inviting Franz was to use him as a mean to bring Coppelia to life by giving his sacrifice through black magic. He gives him sleeping powder and Swanhilde dresses herself as Coppelia and pretends to be the doll coming to life. Both of them manage to escape the doctors' house and decide to get married. At the time of the marriage, Dr. Coppelius enters and ask the couple to pay for the damage. The mayor arrives and gives him money for the damage and the whole town participates in their celebrations.
Ballet Bolshoi Coppelia tickets are your only means to enjoy this fabulous performance given by those who know this art very well and the whole story line will not let you take your eyes off, from the stage even for a second.