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Bournonville: Napoli (Royal Danish Ballet)

Bournonville: Napoli (Royal Danish Ballet)

Alban Lendorf (Gennaro); Alexandra Lo Sardo (Teresina); Benjamin Buza (Golfo ); Lis Jeppesen (Veronica); Alba Nadal (Giovanina); Mette Bodtcher (Flora); Jean-Lucien Massot (Peppo); Fernando Mora (Giacomo); Poul Erik Hesselkilde (Pascarillo); Josephine Berggreen (A Pilgrim);

Chopin: La Dame aux camélias

Chopin: La Dame aux camélias

Agnès Letestu (Marguerite Gautier); Dorothée Gilbert (Prudence Duvernoy); José Martinez (Des Grieux); Delphine Moussin (Manon Lescaut); Eve Grinsztajn (Olympia); Stéphane Bullion (Armand Duval);

"John Neumeier has created a ballet in which emotions go crescendo...Agnès Letestu, the great dramatic heroine, triumphs in this ballet danced to music by Chopin." (Le Figaro)

Delibes: Coppélia

Delibes: Coppélia

Dorothée Gilbert (Swanilda); Mathias Heymann (Frantz); José Martinez (Coppélius);

"...costumes were extremely attractive, set theatrically striking. The dancers were models of self-presentation." (The New York Times)

Delibes: Sylvia

Delibes: Sylvia

Darcey Bussell (Sylvia); Roberto Bolle (Aminta);

"[Darcey Bussell] dances with perfect precision in the pizzicato divertissement and is ravishingly radiant in the pas de deux powerfully partnered by Roberto Bolle who also displays some soaring elevation as the shepherd Aminta. Mara Galeazzi has developed into an accomplished performer and shines as Diana with Martin Harvey providing a superb and mischievous Eros. It is gorgeous - do not miss it." (The Stage)

Gala des Étoiles (Teatro alla Scala)

Gala des Étoiles (Teatro alla Scala)

David Coleman (Conductor);

"Sydney Arts Guide" (This was a dazzling night of dance, a grand ‘Gala of stars’ indeed.)

Handel: Acis and Galatea

Handel: Acis and Galatea

Danielle de Niese (Galatea); Charles Workman (Acis); Lauren Cuthbertson (Galatea); Edward Watson (Acis);

"Charles Workman and Danielle de Niese had bags of vocal and personal charm in the title roles, with strong contributions from Matthew Rose as Polyphemus and Paul Agnew and Ji-Min Park as attendant shepherds..." (The Daily Telegraph)