An almost two hours show. A dip in timeless classic, an intense glance upon body geometries. Some jumps with legs and arms extended, the head high, the torso as straight as if the extremity held an apple. Balconies are about to see a classical ballet on the music of three legendary composers.
Moreover those who love dance - or generally arts - will experience, with the ballet of the La Scala Theatre, the most precious choreographies of three dancers who wrote the story and also inspired times to come. Here is the evening program: Symphony in C by Georges Bizet on George Balanchine’s choreographic model, Petite Mort by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart modeled on Jiří Kylián’s dance and Bolero by Maurice Ravel modeled on Béjart’s dance.
Nicoletta Manni and Roberto Bolle shine among all dancers’ names, because they both are two of the most famous dancers in the world - she is La Scala principal dancer, while he simultaneously is the La Scala étoile and the American Ballet Theater in New York principal dancer.