Cinderella

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Cinderella

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CHOREOGRAPHY SIR BEN STEVENSON

Premiered at the Kirov theater in St. Petersburg in 1945 with choreography by the Russian Rostislav Zakharov, we enjoy the approach given by the prestigious British dancer and choreographer Sir Ben Stevenson since 1970. With an argument inspired by the famous tale by Charles Perrault, ballet is notable for its jubilant music, its main characters and others more comical, such as the stepsisters or the beloved beggar who is actually a fairy godmother. A universal fable in which audiences of all ages know that, in each one of its representations, they will always find something new to enjoy.

 

PRODUCTION DESIGN
Tom Boyd

LIGHTING DESIGNER
Christina R. Gianelli

LIGHTING REPLACEMENT
Rubén Conde

 

 

Cinderella Ballet with music by S. Prokofiev.
Original editor: Heirs of Prokofiev.
Exclusive representative: Barry Editorial.Com.Ind.SRL. www.barryeditorial.com.ar

HAND PROGRAM

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DIRECTOR OF THE PERMANENT BALLET

Paloma Herrera

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she began her training with Olga Ferri and graduated with the highest qualification at Teatro Colón Institute of Advanced Studies in Art.

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Permanent Ballet

The Permanent Ballet of the Teatro Colón was born of the concern that in the nineteenth century arises in Buenos Aires to have national artists who satiate the thirst for ballet awakened by the visit of countless foreign companies. It was in 1925 when the company's debut was realized.

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GUEST CONDUCTOR

Jesús Medina

Audiences and orchestras in several countries around the world have witnessed the career of this talented Mexican conductor.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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CHOREOGRAPHER

Ben Stevenson, O.B.E.

He was artistic director of the Houston Ballet from 1976 to 2003, bringing the company from a regional group of twenty-eight dancers to an internationally acclaimed ensemble of over fifty artists.

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REVIVALIST CHOREOGRAPHER

Dominic Walsh

Born in Elgin, Illinois, he joined Houston Ballet in 1989 and was promoted to principal dancer in 1996.

PRINCIPALES INTÉRPRETES

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GUEST PRINCIPAL DANCER

Dorothée Gilbert

She was born in Toulouse, France, and began her studies at the National Conservatory in his hometown. Later, she entered the dance school of the Paris Opera and in 2000 she joined the Ballet as a dance teacher.

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PRINCIPAL DANCER

Nadia Muzyca

She studied with Lidia Segni and at Teatro Colón’s Instituto Superior de Arte. She was part of Julio Bocca’s Ballet Argentino, who chose her as his partner in Pulsations. She was principal dancer of the Ballet Estable del Teatro Argentino de La Plata until 2004.

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PRINCIPAL DANCER

Macarena Giménez

She studied at Teatro Colón’s Instituto Superior de Arte with masters such as Olga Ferri, Haichi Akamine, Sara Reszotko and Ricardo Rivas. Prepared by Ferri, she was admitted to the Ballettschule Hamburg, Germany.

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SOLOIST DANCER

Camila Bocca

She began her studies with Maria Elisabeth Sture in Santa Fe. She participated in numerous national and international competitions such as Pre-Selection Prix de Lausanne, Passo de Arte, Youth America Grand Prix, among others.

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GUEST PRINCIPAL DANCER

Marcelo Gomes

He was born in Manaos, Brazil, where he began his dance studies at the age of five.

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PRINCIPAL DANCER

Maximiliano Iglesias

Born in Tigre (Buenos Aires), he began his studies at the age of 10 at Julio Bocca Foundation with teachers such as Patricia Carraro, Silvia Bazilis, Raul Candal, Katty Gallo, Ricardo Rivas and Daniel Negroni.

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PRINCIPAL DANCER

Juan Pablo Ledo

He started studying with Wasil Tupin and Lucia Wurst. At age fifteen he entered Teatro Colón’s Instituto Superior de Arte, then Julio Bocca’s Ballet Argentino and, at age 21, Teatro San Martín’s Ballet Contemporáneo. In 2004 he joined Teatro Colón Permanent Ballet.

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SOLOIST DANCER

Facundo Luqui

He was born in Mar del Plata, where he began his studies at the Municipal School of Dances "Norma Fontenla" and then entered the ISATC in 2013. In 2014 he began to participate in the Teatro Colón Ballet season, and in 2016 he became a permanent member of the Permanent Ballet.

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