9 April 2024

Immersion in the rehearsals of our June 2024 performances

Every week, the Béjart Ballet Lausanne unveils its upcoming performances at the Théâtre de Beaulieu in Lausanne.


Exploration in BBL Studio 1: Hamlet sees Slovenian choreographer Valentina Turcu explore the human madness and passion that fuel Shakespeare’s play. After Swan Song, composed for the BBL in 2016, the Italian choreographer Giorgio Madia celebrates artistic freedom with Rhapsody in blue by letting himself be carried away by the musical score of Gershwin. Finally, back to the Master in the end with Boléro: one of the most captivating choreographic pieces of Maurice Béjart, set on the composition of Maurice Ravel.

At the invitation of the company, Tommy Pascal, former dancer of the BBL now videographer, followed the daily work of the company, capturing from his camera almost all of the work that we will present from June 14 to 19 at the Théâtre de Beaulieu in Lausanne in world premiere. At the heart of the rehearsals filmed by the director: the creations of two guest artists, both ex-dancer of the company.

1. Teaser 1 – Hamlet de Valentina Turcu


1. Teaser 1 – Rhapsody in blue de Giorgio Madia

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