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Paquita. Walpurgis Night

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22 September 2021, Wed. 18:30
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WHY IS IT WORTH GOING TO THE BALLET "PAKHITA" AND "VALPURGIEV'S NIGHT" IN ODESSA?

1. One evening at the theater - and two great pieces.
2. Appreciate the virtuoso ballet technique of the dancers and enjoy the beautiful music.
3. Get great aesthetic pleasure from the amazing performance.

BALLETS "PAKHITA" AND "VALPURGIEV'S NIGHT" IN ODESSA. Sophisticated pleasure for connoisseurs

On the stage of the Odessa Opera House - the famous ballet performances "Paquita" and "Walpurgis Night". Allow yourself the luxury of seeing two magnificent performances in one evening.

The technical skill of the dancers, musical colors and the special atmosphere of the theater are a guarantee of vivid impressions. Do not miss!

"Paquita" and "Walpurgis Night" in Odessa: famous works from the Golden Fund of the World Theater.

Paquita "- the legendary ballet by Ludwig Minkus, based on the play" The Gypsy "by Cervantes. The work occupies an important place in the repertoire of any theater and invariably attracts full halls.

The peculiarity of the performance of the female parts of the ballet "Paquita" is the need to master the disappearing allegro technique. The male dance is no less virtuoso in this production. It is the combination of ancient technology and entertainment that creates the aura of the romantic era described by Cervantes.

Choreography - Marius Petipa.
Conductor - Igor Chernetsky.
Production Designer - Honored Artist of Ukraine Natalia Bevzenko-Zinkina.

Walpurgis Night is a ballet by Charles Gounod based on Goethe's Faust. Get ready to be transported into a world where Mephistopheles reigns, and Faust, burdened with deep thoughts, tries to distract himself at least for a while. You will witness incredible encounters and mind-blowing plot twists. Grace and passion, mysticism and classics will merge together.

Walpurgis Night is mentioned in many world religions. See a striking variation of contemporary choreographer Leonid Lavrovsky.