t ‘M et variations… by Gil Roman and Béjart fête Maurice – Boléro by Maurice Béjart at Palais des Congrès, Paris
After having performed The Magic Flute by Maurice Béjart in 2018, Béjart Ballet Lausanne is back on the stage of the Palais des Congrès in Paris, with t ‘M et variations…, a creation by Gil Roman and Béjart fête Maurice – Boléro, a series of excerpts by Maurice Béjart.
Gil Roman presents t ’M et variations…, a ballet where every step is a word addressed to Maurice. Page after page under the form of a diary, the choreographer offers a series of variations about love and the internal need for dance. Fifty minutes – a novel – of pure dancing, the shock and the encounter of humans, friendships and love that link us together. And reconnects us…Towards and against all. Sometimes against everyone. Life, as always! A radical, fascinating choreography, a chronicle that reveals a festive day.
An event to not miss as the company also pays tribute to the master, Maurice Béjart, through a ballet composed of extracts from his choreographies. A series of pas de deux interlaced with excerpts from several ballets, Béjart fête Maurice – Boléro, is a light rhapsody, a celebration, a ceremony!
If Gil Roman proposes a Boléro in which Elisabet Ros and Julien Favreau alternately share the lead role, he exceptionally entrusts “The Melody” to prima ballerina Diana Vishneva on Friday, February 28. 2020. More info here.
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