The Royal Ballet’s triple bill of Concerto, Enigma Variations and Raymonda Act III displays the versatility of the Company. MacMillan’s Concerto embraces both the classical and the contemporary, while Ashton’s Enigma Variations, inspired by the life of Edward Elgar, has a quintessentially British charm. Raymonda Act III meanwhile, offers audiences the opportunity to experience the choreographic skills of renowned Russian dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev.
The evening will see role debuts in Concerto for Anna Rose O’Sullivan, James Hay, Yasmine Naghdi and Mayara Magri. These are followed by role debuts for Laura Morera as Lady Elgar, Francesca Hayward as Dorabella and Matthew Ball as Troyte in Enigma Variations. In Raymonda Act III Russian dancers and Royal Ballet Principals Vadim Muntigirov and Natalia Osipova take on the technical challenges of Nureyev’s choreography, in his re-imagining of the final act of Petipa’s grand classical ballet.
Screenings in Bulgaria
- 14 December 2019, 18.00 in Sofia
- 15 December 2019, 16.00 in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Stara Zagora and Pleven
Check out the website of Arena Cinema website for the programme in each city.
About the Royal Opera House Live Cinema Season
The Royal Opera House celebrates 11 years of live cinema broadcasts in 2019, leading the way in delivering world-class opera and ballet around the world. In the 2019/20 Cinema Season, broadcasts will reach more than 1,600 cinemas in more than 53 countries worldwide, including Bulgaria.