The Paris Opera Ballet: Six Ballets Trailer

The Paris Opera Ballet: Six Ballets Trailer (2008)

01 January 2008

The Paris Opera Ballet's greatest stars unite for this program that proves why the company is called "the cradle of classical ballet." Choreographer Nobert Schmucki staged the six works specifically for this performance. Patrick Dupond, Claude De Vulpian, Noƫlla Pontois, Felix Vivian, Kader Belarbi and others perform excerpts from Valera's "Ephemera," Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake," Meyerbeer's "The Ice Skaters," Shostakovich's "Paillettes" and more.

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