H. Loewenshold «LA SYLPHIDE»

09/06 - 18:00

Duration: 2

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After the third bell, entrance to the Great Hall is prohibited.

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X.Loewenshold

«LA SYLPHIDE»

romantic ballet in 2 acts

libretto by A. Nurri and F. Taglioni

choreography by August Bournonville

edited by Elsa - Marianne von Rosen

 

Production Team: 

The conductor is NURZHAN BAIBUSINOV, Honored Worker of Kazakhstan, chief conductor of KazNTOB named after him. Abaya

Choreographer – LEONID SARAFANOV, premier of the Mariinsky Theatre, winner of the theater awards "Benois de la Danse", "Golden Mask", "Golden Soffit"

(St. Petersburg)

Production designer – VYACHESLAV OKUNEV, People's Artist of Russia, laureate of State Prizes of the Republics of Kazakhstan, Moldova, Belarus (St. Petersburg)

The artistic director of the ballet company is GULZHAN TUTKIBAYEVA, People's Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan

 

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Characters and Actors:

The sylph, the spirit of the air..........................AYMAN EGISBAYEVA

James, Anna's son..........................................RUSTEM IMANGALIEV

Madge, the witch.............................................DAUREN ZHENIS (first performance)

Effie, James's fiancee.....................................DINARA KUDABAEVA (first performance)

Anna, the widow of a farmer.......................... AIGUL DUISEKOVA (first performance)

The owner of the house..................................YELDAR ABILOV (first performance)

Gern, the peasant............................................NURSULTAN ALPAMYSULY (first performance)

Nancy, Effie's friend........................................ DINA AUELBEK (first performance)

The girl.................…....................................... DIANA IBRAGIMOVA (first performance)

Two boys.........................................................KASKYRBAY ESKALI, DIAS KUBASHEV 

Sylphs, Scottish peasants, old men, children, witches – ballet dancers

 

Symphony Orchestra of the Kazakh National Opera and Ballet Theater named after Abai