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Le sacre du printemps (1971)

Numeridanse 1971 - Director : Boffety, Jean

Choreographer(s) : Béjart, Maurice (France)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

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Le sacre du printemps (1971)

Numeridanse 1971 - Director : Boffety, Jean

Choreographer(s) : Béjart, Maurice (France)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse

en fr

Le Sacre du printemps (1971)

Filmed in 1971, this version of the Rite of Spring is interpreted by the 20th century ballet with notably Tania Bari, Germinal Casado and Paolo Bortoluzzi.
 

Béjart, Maurice

Maurice Béjart created the Ballet du XXe Siècle in Brussels in 1960, an international company that he directed and with which he toured around the world with, as his repertoire of creations grew: “Boléro” (1961), “Messe pour le temps présent” (1967) and “L'Oiseau de feu” (1970).
In 1987, the Ballet du XXe Siècle became the Béjart Ballet Lausanne. The great choreographer established himself in the Olympic capital. In 1992, he decided to limit the size of his company to around thirty dancers to "rediscover the essence of the performer” and, the same year, he founded the Rudra Béjart School-Workshop. Among the myriad of ballets created for this company, we can mention “Le Mandarin merveilleux”, “King Lear – Prospero”, “À propos de Shéhérazade”, “Le Presbytère...”, “MutationX”, “La Route de la soie”, “Le Manteau”, “Enfant-Roi” and “La Lumière des eaux et Lumière”.
 Director of theatre (“La Reine verte”, “Casta Diva”, “Cinq Nô modernes” and “A-6-Roc”) and opera (“Salomé”, “La Traviata” and “Don Giovanni”), filmmaker (“Bhakti”, “Paradoxe sur le comédien...”), Maurice Béjart also published several books (novels, memoirs, diaries, theatre plays). In 2007, just when he turned eighty, the choreographer created “La Vie du danseur racontée par Zig et Puce”. Maurice Béjart went on to create “Le Tour du monde en 80 minutes”, his last work, and passed away in Lausanne on 22 November 2007.


Source : Maison de la Danse show program


More information : bejart.ch

Boffety, Jean

Le Sacre du printemps (1971)

Choreography : Maurice Béjart

Interpretation : Ballet dansé par le ballet du XXeme siècle avec notamment Tania Bari, Germinal Casado et Paolo Bortoluzzi

Original music : Igor Stravinsky

Live music : L'orchestre National de Belgique est dirigé par Andre Vandernoot

Settings : Jean Marlier

Duration : 35'

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