Elegance – The Art of Maya Plisetskaya
Brilliant recordings of the most important milestones in the career of Maya Plisetskaya, choreographed by Roland Petit and Maurice Béjart.
Cover 109321 Elegance The Art of Maya Plisetskaya | A Tribute in five ballets © Arthaus Musik
“I am happy to see the most important milestones in my creative life brought together like this. The DVD contains a selection of my collaborations with leading choreographers from Roland Petit to Maurice Béjart. Wonderful!” Maya Plisetskaya
Maya Plisetskaya, who died in 2015, is one of the most outstanding dancer of the second half of the 20th century. Immediately after graduation from the Moscow Choreography School she became well-known, creating her own style which is characterized by a brilliant technique, elegance, perfection of each individual gesture and pose, always in combination with her beautiful dramatic art and extraordinary musicality.
The Elegance Series is a collection of breathtaking Ballet performances from internationally renowned
houses with well-loved Dance Stars. They feature productions by the greatest choreographers that we
know today and of course the legacy of the legendary Marius Petipa.
ELEGANCE – THE ART OF Toer van Schayk & Wayne Eagling | THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING (Cat.No.: 109322)
ELEGANCE – THE ART OF Alexander Ekman | A SWAN LAKE (Cat.No. 109323)
ELEGANCE – THE ART OF DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM (Cat.No. 109324)
Duration 82 mins (Ballet) + 19 mins (Bonus)
Video format DVD 9 / NTSC
Audio format PCM Stereo
Choreography by Alberto Alonso, Roland Petit, Maurice Béjart, Valentin Elisariev
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