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Les Noces is an incredible classical ballet that was initially choreographed by Bronislava Nijinska in Paris during 1923 and later by Jerome Robbins in New York during 1965. Its music has been composed by Igor Stravinsky which is full of varying beats and tempos.
The dance cantata made its debut at the Théâtre de la Gaîté in Paris in June 1923. Six years later, in April 1929, the production was premiered at the Metroplotitan Opera House in New York. When compared to the original masterpiece, the 1929 version of the production reflects a different meaning because it was choreographed by women during a period of societal constraints when most females could not assume the role of a choreographer. Therefore, its premiere in America was rather a slow move. Before the creation could actually grace the US theater houses in 1929, a concert performance was headlined by the International Composers Guild at the New York's Aeolian Hall on February 14, 1926. After the successful concert performance, Stravinsky gave the production rights and Les Noces became as one of the highly anticipated theatricals of the 1929 season. The entire capacity of the Metropolitan Opera House was sold out well before the show was scheduled.
Nijinska choreographed the production in an era marked by Russian war and revolution when the cultural norms and political ideologies were in conflict. The ballet revolves around a typical Russian wedding ceremony which displays the fact that Russian women are supposed to marry as this was considered the only way to develop the family and community as a whole. Although the story shows a bride, a groom, their parents and a few prominent villagers but none of them are separated as individuals. These people form a collectivist community who do not have a freedom of mind and heart. They cannot think about their own comfort and benefit but have to guide their actions according to what is good for the community. You will remain gripped to the storyline because the actors bring their characters to life in a brilliant manner.
Les Noces is a grippingly emotional piece as it displays the lives of women surrounded by multiple societal forces. The piece showcases the Russian peasant culture and the sense of responsibility it evokes in females. The innovative styles and configurations of the dancers make it an absolutely distinguished and wonderful slice of entertainment for the audience. You can feel the energy oozing from stage due to the overwhelming power and passion exhibited by the performers. The blank expressionless faces work in absolute synchrony to deliver a spellbinding performance. The production is as amazing today as it was ninety years ago, so pick your share of Les Noces tickets now.
Stravinsky is more interested in showcasing the societal rituals rather than displaying the everyday lives of individuals. If you have seen the Royal Ballet's version of Les Noces, you will be carried back in time because Royal Ballet preserves the original version of the production choreographed by Stravinsky herself. Ballet lovers are glad to get this rare chance of watching this production because it shows some of the intoxicating dance moves that will enthrall you. The dancers are absolutely flexible because the jumps, turns, twists and leg work are excellently executed. They bend themselves effortlessly with their heads pointing towards the floor. The women hit the floor repeatedly to reflect the period of struggle they have gone through and this is further complemented by the dark backdrop and sober costumes. There exists a high probability of dancers making errors when performing to the changing beats and tempos. However, these talented dancers leave no stone unturned in delivering a phenomenal performance. It is solely for this reason that people are rushing to get their share of Les Noces tickets.