SLEEPING BEAUTY ballet /AURORA Entrance & Rose Adagio/ in MAYA PLISETSKAYA tribute

13-05-2024

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Ivan Vsevolozhsky, the Director of the Imperial Theatres, was the initiator of The Sleeping Beauty ballet production and the landmark encounter between Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Marius Petipa. He wrote the libretto, created the costumes and became the co-author of the miracle born by the genius of two great masters in 1890. In the production, it was as if Vsevolozhsky, a brilliant connoisseur and enthusiast of Louis XIV, opened a window into his favourite period creating a feeling of an exuberant, almost masquerade-like extravaganza: in one scene, like at balls in Versailles, could come together ultramarine, lilac, scarlet and emerald costumes.

The pathos of respect for the French Golden Age (not just Aurora but the entire world woke up under the Sun King) was fundamental to the idea behind The Sleeping Beauty and determined the atmosphere of the ballet extravaganza. But, unfortunately, in the 20th century, the production got a makeover, was adapted to the tastes of different times.

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