Classical Ballets of Europe
Delight in captivating performances of Classical ballet favourites and new works by six different companies across the romantic European cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Paris.
In Germany, begin with Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet choreographed by John Cranko at the Berlin State Opera. Then, travel north to Hamburg for the Ballett-Tage Festival, and enjoy a performance of Don Quixote and new work Die Glasmenagerie by the Hamburg Ballett with choreography by John Neumeier, along with a performance of works choreographed by Hans van Manen by the Dutch National Ballet.
In France, thrill to a performance of Swan Lake by the Perm Tchaikovsky Ballet in the opulent surrounds of Versailles Palace. Attend a further three performances in Paris by the Paris Opéra Ballet and a visiting international company, including Trees of Code choreographed by Wayne McGregor and a work by Swedish choreographer Mats Ek to Ravel’s Boléro.
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