Ballet & Dance

Swan Lake

4 performances

January 7(Sat)3:00pm, 8(Sun)1:00pm/ 6:30pm and 9(Mon)3:00pm 2006

Choreography: Marius Petipa / Lev Ivanov
Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Revised by: Konstantin Sergeyev
Supervised by: Natalia Dudinskaya

Conductor: Watanabe Kazumasa
Orchestra: The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

January 2006 7(Sat)3:00pm 8(Sun)1:00pm/ 6:30pm 9(Mon)3:00pm
Odette/ Odile Svetlana Zakharova Terashima Hiromi (1:00)
Sakai Hana (6:30)
Svetlana Zakharova
Prince Siegfried Andrei Uvarov Kaikawa Tetsuo (1:00)
Yamamoto Ryuji (6:30)
Andrei Uvarov

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Lyrical music by Tchaikovsky as well as wonderful dance and story development stand out in Swan Lake, making the ballet an immortal masterpiece.
Since the premiere of its revised version by Petipa and Ivanov, SwanLake has continued to be performed worldwide to the present day and has become a synonym for ballet.
At every staging of Swan Lake, fresh sensitivities are woven into the work, always moving the audience deeply. In this season, too, dancers will give lively performances of the work at the beginning of the New Year.
Swan Lake
Stage Photo(performed in 2002)
Odette:Svetlana Zakharova
One night, Prince Siegfried meets Princess Odette by the lake and falls in love with her.Turned into a swan by the magician Rothbart, the princess is restored to human form only at night.The prince makes up his mind to rescue her, but at the ball, he begs to marry Odile, daughter of the magician. He asks Odette’s forgiveness and fights against his fate, with the love of the two finally breaking the spell.

Svetlana Zakharova Terashima Hiromi Sakai Hana
Svetlana Zakharova Terashima Hiromi Sakai Hana
Andrei Uvarov Yamamoto Ryuji
Andrei Uvarov Yamamoto Ryuji

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