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Bournonville, Robbins, Amarante and a trio comprised of Aguiló, Alosa and De Luz. Three prominent choreographers and a piece dedicated to the great musician Arriaga will mark the return to the capital’s stages of the Compañía Nacional de Danza, with a programme that pays tribute to health workers for their dedication and professionalism during the COVID-19 crisis and leaves no doubt as to the stylistic versatility of the company’s dance crew.
This event will also mark the return to Madrid’s stages of Joaquín De Luz, at the invitation of Veranos de la Villa. We’ll be able to see the current director of the Compañía Nacional de Danza in one of the works by Robbins that were part of his repertoire during his years with the New York City Ballet, his artistic home before returning to Spain.
We’ll also be able to enjoy an iconic piece by Bournonville, a driving force in the renewal of the ballet of his time, who successfully recognised and reflected Spanish artists’ technical and interpretive skills in his style, and Love Fear Loss, by Brazilian choreographer Ricardo Amarante, inspired by the life and work of the unforgettable Edith Piaf. The programme will close with the Madrid premiere of Arriaga, a choreographic work that pays tribute to the music of young Basque classical music composer Crisóstomo Arriaga (1806-1826), featuring pieces choreographed by Mar Aguiló, Pino Alosa and Joaquín De Luz.
A production by the Compañía Nacional de Danza / National Institute of the Performing Arts and Music (INAEM)
Flower Festival in Genzano (Festival de las flores en Genzano)
Choreography: August Bournonville
Original music: Matthias Strebinger
Adaptation of original music*: Holger Simon Paulli
Original costume design: August Bournonville
Costumier: Anthony Pina
World premiere by the Royal Danish Ballet on 19 December 1858.
Debut performance by the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Teatros del Canal, Madrid (Spain), on 18 October 2014.
* Aalborg Symphony Orchestra. Solo violinist: Lars Bjørnkjaer. Director: Peter Ernst Lassen.
A Suite of Dances
Choreography: Jerome Robbins
Music: 6 Suites for unaccompanied cello by J. S. Bach: Prelude & Gigue from Suite No. 1 in G Major, BMV 1007, Sarabande from Suite No. 5 in C Minor, BMV 1011, Prelude from Suite No. 6 in D Major, BMV 1012
Costumes: Santo Loquasto
Lighting design: Jennifer Tipton
Cellist: Iris Azquinezer
Dancer: Joaquín De Luz
Performed with the permission of the Robbins Rights Trust
World premiere: White Oak Project in the New York State Theater, New York (USA), on 3 March 1994
Debut performance by the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Teatro del Generalife, Granada Festival of Music and Dance (Spain), on 22 July 2020
Love Fear Loss
Choreography: Ricardo Amarante
Music: Introduction La Vie en Rose, Edith Piaf; Hymne à l'Amour, Edith Piaf; Ne me Quitte pas, Jacques Brel; Mon Dieu, Charles Dumont
Music arrangements: Nataliya Chepurenko
Costumes: Ricardo Amarante
Lighting design: Ricardo Amarante
Pianist: Marcos Madrigal (29, 30, 31 July), Oliver Díaz (1 and 2 August)
World premiere by the Royal Ballet of Flanders in 2013.
Debut performance by the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Teatro Calderón, Valladolid (Spain), on 28 February 2020.
Choreography: Mar Aguiló, Pino Alosa, Joaquín De Luz
Music: Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga
Costumes: Andrea Pimentel
Lighting design: Joaquín De Luz (in collaboration with the CND's lighting technicians)
World premiere: Debut performance by the Compañía Nacional de Danza in Teatro del Generalife, Granada (Spain), 22 July 2020.
Duration: 1 hour and 20 minutes
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