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Scottish Ballet - Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Le Baiser de la fee
Information for Scottish Ballet - Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Le Baiser de la fee at Royal Opera House, West End (Dance or ballet). Kenneth MacMillan had long wanted to set Stravinsky's vivid 1928 ballet score Le Baiser de la f?e (The Fairy's Kiss) when in 1960 he finally had his chance. Stravinsky's music is an homage to Tchaikovsky and 19th-century classical ballet. MacMillan followed suit, drawing on his considerable expertise in classical ballet to create a work that overtly recalls choreography by Marius Petipa and MacMillan's immediate forebear Frederick Ashton - while also bearing MacMillan's own distinctive stamp.
Scottish Ballet - Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Le Baiser de la fee website.
Company Scottish Ballet. Choreographer Kenneth MacMillan. Music Stravinsky. Design Gary Harris.

Scottish Ballet - Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Le Baiser de la fee

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Wednesday, 18th October 2017 to Thursday, 19th October 2017.
19:30
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Scottish Ballet - Kenneth MacMillan: a National Celebration - Le Baiser de la fee at Royal Opera House, West EndQTix Codes:
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