Music By – Sergei Prokofiev. Orchestra – Royal Ballet Sinfonia. Performer – Marion Tait. Performer – Elisha Willis. Performer – Carol-Anne Millar. Performer – Iain Mackay. Performer – Gaylene Cummerfield. Performer – Victoria Marr.
Cinderella (Russian: Золушка, Zolushka; French: Cendrillon) Op. 87, is a ballet composed by Sergei Prokofiev to a scenario by Nikolai Volkov. It is one of his most popular and melodious compositions, and has inspired a great many choreographers since its inception. The piece was composed between 1940 and 1944. Part way through writing it Prokofiev broke off to write his opera War and Peace.
In leashed, Birmingham Royal Ballet (BRB) shows off alert, individual dancers in a programme by women choreographers. Didy Veldman’s new Sense of Time lacks focus, but the dancers highlight the delicacy of Jessica Lang’s Lyric Pieces and the nimble characterisation of Ruth Brill’s new Peter and the Wolf. A new triple bill of works by female choreographers, including Ruth Brill’s contemporary take on Sergei Prokofiev’s classic. Wednesday 26 June 2019 14:18.
Cinderella - Birmingham Royal Ballet. Inspired by the original Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Wheeldon gives the characters renewed depth and complexity, complementing Prokofiev's celebrated and colorful score. With sets and costumes by the renowned designer Julian Crouch, supported by stunning stage effects, this world premiere production is a truly magical experience, bringing an age-old fairy tale into the 21st century. Actors: Anna Tsygankova, Erica Horwood, Larissa Lezhnina, Sergei Prokofiev, Holland Symfonia. Directors: Jeff Tudor. This item: Sergei Prokofiev: Cinderella.
64: Act 1, I. Introduction - Sergei Prokofiev. Set track as current obsession. 87: Act 3, L. Amoroso: The Prince and Cinderella - Sergei Prokofiev. Don't want to see ads?