Maya Plisetskaya - BOLÉRO (Ravel)
Le Ballet du XXe Siècle
BOLÉRO de Ravel
Fête de l'Humanité
Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, Bruxelles, Belgique, 1976
Solistă / Soloist: Maia Pliseţkaia / Maya Plisetskaya (n. 1925)
(Maia Mihailovna Pliseţkaia, Майя Михайловна Плисецкая,
Maïa Mikhaïlovna Plissetskaïa, Maya Mikhaylovna Plisetskaya,
Maia Mihailovna Plisetkaia, Maya Mikhaylovna Plisetkaya)
Prima ballerina assoluta (din / from 1960)
Coregrafie / Choreography: Maurice Béjart
Muzică / Music: Maurice Ravel (Boléro - 1928, 1930)
Title: Lost in Motion
Dancer/Choreographer: Guillaume Côté
Director: Ben Shirinian
Producer: Leslie Aimée Gottlieb
Production Company: Krystal Levy Pictures
Executive Producers: Leslie Aimée Gottlieb, David Miller
Director of Photography: Jeremy Benning
Post Producer: Nick Sorbara
Editorial: School Editing
Editor: Jon Devries
Online: Paul Binney
Visual Effects: Crush Inc.
Senior Designer: Julia Deakin
Flame Artist: Andre Arevalo
Colour: REDLAB Digital
Senior Colourist: Walt Biljan
Music: "Another Day," written by James LaValle, Published by Songs Music Publishing LLC o/b/o Ram Island Songs (ASCAP), Album Leaf Music (ASCAP)
Client: National Ballet of Canada
Produced with a grant awarded by:
Bravo!FACT (Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent)
A division of Bell Media Inc.
William F. White International Inc.
Dennis Munn and Commercial Studios Ltd.
© Copyright 2011 Krystal Levy Pictures Inc.
Visual surprises abound in this tantalizing contemporary ballet, which blends a classical sensibility with a bold, modern wit. The choreography includes six men, six women, and six fencing foils. The foils are, in many ways, the men's real dancing partners and sometimes turn out to be more stubborn and willful than a human partner. Kylián also makes playful use of black baroque dresses, which seem to exist both separately from the dancers and molded to their bodies.