The English National Ballet, or ENB as it is known to its millions of fans around the world, is the main international representative of the famous English Ballet School and offers a broad repertory of works, some of them rarely performed.
The two performances at the Concert Hall will feature the much-loved pas de deux from Minkus’ Don Quixote, with the ‘bedroom duet’ from Manon, choreographed by MacMillan and a newly choreographed sequence to music by Eric Satie, Trois Gnosiennes. The programme will open with one of the undisputed masterpieces of the 20th century, George Balanchine’s Apollo, based on the famous score by Igor Stravinsky, and conclude with the Suite en Blanc by Serge Lifar, to music by Eduard Lalo – a rare work of the French neoclassical school, seen only once in Greece, a number of years ago. Its staging again in Greece is an event worth seeing in itself.
Event organized by the
State of the Art Productions