Diana Vishneva “Dialogues” - Megaron Athens Concert Hall

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“Dialogues”

Diana Vishneva
“Dialogues”

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Overview

Diana Vishneva principal dancer of the greatest ballet company  (Mariinsky, American Ballet Theatre, La Scala) is coming to Athens Concert Hall after Saint Petersburg, Moscow  and New York to present her latest performance with famous choreographers’ works titled “Dialogues”.

Errand into the maze (1947)
One act ballet
Based on the Greek myth of Ariadne and the Minotaur

Choreography by Martha Graham
Music: Gian Carlo Menotti
Set designer: Isamu Noguchi
Costume: Edythe Gilfond

Diana Vishneva
Abdiel Cedric Jacobsen
(Martha Graham Dance Company)

Dialogue (2011)
One act ballet

Choreography by John Neumeier
Music: Frederic Mompou: Variations on the Theme by Chopin
Costume: John Neumeier

Alexei Goribol piano

Diana Vishneva
Thiago Bordin
(Hamburg Ballet)

Subject to change (2003)
One act ballet

Choreography by Paul Lightfoot & Sol León
Music: Franz Schubert’s Der Tod und das Mädchen “Andante con moto”
orchestrated for chamber orchestra by Gustav Mahler
Costume and Set designer: Paul Lightfoot & Sol León

Diana Vishneva
Andrei Merkuriev
  (Bolshoi Theatre)
Dancers of the Mariinsky Theatre

Co-Production: MARIINSY THEATRE, DIANA VISHNEVA FOUNDATION, ARDANI ARTISTS, D & D PRODUCTIONS, ELVA EVENTS

Event organized by ELVA

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