Swan Lake XXLive at Paris Stade Jean Bouin in July 2020 // Cancelled

Published by Caroline J., Laura B. · Published on 31 May 2020 at 11h01 · Updated on 14 June 2020 at 09h08
Come and discover Tchaikovsky’s famous Swan Lake but XXLive version performed by the Saint Petersburg Ballet Theater and its prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova. Performed on Friday July 3 and Saturday 4, 2020 at Paris Stade Jean Bouin, this world’s creation will stage 52 dancers and a 50-musician orchestra! Because of the coronavirus epidemic, the show is cancelled.
Because of the coronavirus health crisis, currently hitting France, Swan Lake XXL planned on July 3 and 4, 2020 at the Stade Jean Bouin is cancelled.
Ticket holders are invited to get reimbursed to their point of sale where they purchased their tickets.

Swan Lake as you’ve never seen it before… The legendary ballet – that is also the most performed in the world – by Tchaikovsky is back in France in 2020 with a world creation.

Picture this: 52 dancers and a 50-musician orchestra gathered on a 350-sqm stage with 500-sqm of décor made of dynamic pictures… Come and discover Swan Lake in XXLive version performed on the occasion by the Saint Petersburg Ballet Theater and its prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova.

To enjoy this show as never seen before in the world, meet on Friday July 3 and Saturday 4, 2020 at the Stade Jean Bouin in Paris 16th arrondissement. Tickets go on sale this Friday September 27 at 2 p.m. (CEST).

As the opening, you’ll enjoy a prelude hosted by Franck Ferrand. The occasion to learn more about the ballet and its legendary Russian composer.

Note that this ballet won’t be the last show performed within Stade Jean Bouin. The SFP Gestion (Stade Français Paris Gestion) company – new operator of the Stade Jean Bouin since July 1 – expects to multiply XXL shows in coproduction with the Live Stadium company run by Jean Christophe Giletta. Will follow then Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida in 2021, then George Bizet’s Carmen in 2020, Vivaldi’s 4 Seasons in 2023 and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in 2024.

Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov (1885)
Scenography and art coordination: Daniel Charpentier
52 dancers and 50 musicians from the Saint Petersburg Ballet Theater
Main soloist: Irina Kolesnikova
Conductor: Timor Gorkovenko
Host: Franck Ferrand

Practical information

Location

1 Allée Charles Brennus
75116 Paris 16

Access
M° 9 - Exalmens
M°10 - Michel-Ange Molitor

Prices
à partir de: 39 €

Official website
xxlive.fr

Booking
xxlive.fr

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