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Gil Roman y el Béjart Ballet Lausanne [electronic resource]: El Esfuerzo y el Animo

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"The choreographer Maurice Bejart was one of the most brilliant artists of the 20th century. He revolutionized the art of dance and excited thousands of spectators throughout the world, many of them indifferent to ballet until then. In order to continue and preserve his work and ballets, Bejart named the French dancer Gil Roman, a member of his company since 1979, as his successor. Roman is well aware of the dauntingly large shoes he's expected to fill. In this film, we see how Roman's own choreography, as well as leadership, must prove worthy to secure the future of a beloved institution hitherto unimaginable without its founder's active guidance. Daringly, Roman chooses to prove his mettle by staging BBL's first-ever program without any Bejart works. We glimpse rehearsals, and danc [...]
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2009
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Leçon de Tenebres [electronic resource]

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This performance features Maia Plissetskaia.
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2013; 1985
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Markova, la Legende [electronic resource]

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A documentary about Alicia Markova by Dominique Delouche.
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2013; 2002
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Pas à Pas [electronic resource]

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This film by Dominique Delouche is of a performance by Patrick Dupond and Jouhn Neumeier of a duet from Petrouchka.
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2013; 1982
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Serge Lifar Musagete [electronic resource]

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This documentary by Dominique Delouche is about Serge Lifar.
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2013; 2005
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L'adage [electronic resource]

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This film by Dominique Delouche features a pas de deux from Giselle.
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2013; 1964
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Petrouchka [electronic resource]: Journal D'une Choreographie

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This documentary by Dominique Delouche is about John Neumeier creating new choreography for Petrouchka with Patrick Dupont.
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2013; 1982
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Concert D'un Homme Decousu [electronic resource]

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Ballet in which each instrument depicts an aspect of the human personality: bass guitar, solidity, guitar, instability, tamani, doubt, calabash, ambition, the voice of the singer/dancer, the person responsible for his life, disjointed by the music facing musicians feeding his trajectory and the choreographic research.
Online
2010
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A Nutcracker [electronic resource]

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Since its publication in 1816, this tale by Hoffman has inspired many choreographers, directors and filmmakers. This performance revisits the story and provides a phantasmagoric nutcracker, reinvented through hip hop dance influences.
Online
2013
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Dambë [electronic resource]

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Ballet by choreographers Salia Sanou & Seydou Boro, founders & artistic directors of la Termitière, Ouagadougo, Burkina Faso. With Salia Sanou (dance) and Maate Keïta, music.
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2011; 2010
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Les Songes de la Horde [electronic resource]

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In Yun Chane's choreography (born on Reunion's island) three dancers explore the theme of rebound, abolishing the boundaries between hip-hop and contemporary dance, reconnecting with the pleasure of being together in all ways.
Online
2011
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Empreintes/on Posera les Mots Apres [electronic resource]

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Ballet by South African Choreographer and Dancer DeLaVallet Bidiefono questioning the foundations of its commitment to dance and his roots with Aubin Babakila, Malone Bayimissa, DeLaVallet Bidiefono (Dancers) and Ella Ganga and Morgan Banguissa (Musician).
Online
2011
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Orpheus [electronic resource]

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José Montalvo and Dominique Hervieu, choreographers, offer an extravagant version, between opera and musical, of one of the greatest myths, combining dance, song, text and image. In this story with many faces, scores by Monteverdi, Gluck & Philip Glass combine while the hero turns into a one-legged hip-hop dancer or an acrobat on stilts. The myth of Orpheus thus revisited allows us to think of love, seduction, and power, with moments of grace, humor and fear.
Online
2011; 2010
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The Nutcracker [electronic resource]

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Tschaikovsky's perhaps best-loved and most famous work in an amazing production from the Berlin State Opera featuring Vladimir Malakhov, who is recognized worldwide as one of the greatest dancers of his generation.
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2012; 1999
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Sylvia [electronic resource]

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This is a performance of Sylvia, performed by Orchestra of the Opera National de Paris and Ballet of the Opera national de Paris (Paris Opera Ballet), and conducted by Paul Connelly.
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2005