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  • Giselle
  • Ichikawa-shi Bunka Kaikan, Japan
  • 2011-09-16 ~ 2011-09-16

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Friday 18:30

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S 10,000/ A 8,000 / B 6,000/ C 4,000

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    MCJ Holdings,  Japan 

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    Universal Ballet <Giselle> 

     

    Friday, september 16, 6:30PM | Ichikawa-shi Bunka Kaikan

     

    Tickets open! From August 2:http://t.pia.jp (Ticket Pia)

    S 10,000 Yen  A 8,000 Yen  B 6,000 Yen  C 4,000 Yen

     


     

      Leading roles  * The casting is subject to change.

     

    September 13 – Tokyo U-Port  Hall

    Giselle:  Hyemin Hwang - Universal Ballet Principal Dancer

    Albrecht:  Konstantin Novoselev – Universal Ballet Soloist

     

     

    September 15Yokosuka Art Theatre

    Giselle:  Hee Seo - American Ballet Theater Soloist

    Albrecht:  Hyonjun Rhee – Universal Ballet Principal Dancer

     

     

    September 16Ichikawa-shi Bunka Kaikan

    Giselle:  Na-eun Kim - Universal Ballet Soloist

    Albrecht:  Seunghyun Lee – Universal Ballet Soloist

     

     

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    Audiences in Tokyo, Yokoska and Ichikawa will soon have the opportunity to enjoy Universal Ballets romantic classic ballet Giselle when it comes to Japan this coming September. The company, founded in 1984 and currently led by General Director Julia Moon, is well-known in Korea as the leading force in the development of classical ballet in Asia.

     

    Universal Ballet is currently undertaking a World Tour slated to visit 40 cities over the course of three years, motivated by the companys vision Heavenly Art Creating a World of Beauty, the belief that beauty brings goodness to the world and makes it a better place. To put it in the words of the great Russian writer, Dostoyevsky, Beauty will save the world. Beginning with performances at the National Theater in Taipei and the Esplanade Theater in Singapore during the Spring of 2011, the tour moves to San Franciscos War Memorial Opera House and the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts in July. Autumn performances are scheduled in Tokyo, Yokoska and Ichikawa cities in September.

     

    Universal Ballet visited Tokyo and other three cities last year and performed Shim Chung-The Blindmans Daughter, a story ballet based on a Korean legend portraying the theme of Hyodo (Գ), or filial daughterly devotion.

     

    On this visit to Japan, Universal Ballet will present Giselle, a romantic story of love, betrayal and tragedy, and the most famous and widely performed among the works of the Romantic era, considered a masterpiece of the Romantic ballet blanc style.

     

    Giselles opening act is festive and vibrant, and the second act ethereal and otherworldly, as the earthy harvest celebration is replaced by the pensive realm of the deep forest. The ballets lyricism and romantic interpretation, masterfully danced not only by the companys star dancers, but also by Universal Ballets impressive corps de ballet will draw you into its fabulous, elusive, romantic world.  

     

    Contact: Japan Performance Organizing Committee

    Tel.  +81- 047-329-6120 (Monday – Friday, 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM)

    Mail.  info@universalballet.jp 

     

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  • Act I – in a peaceful Rhineland village

    Giselle has fallen in love with Albrecht, Duke of Silesia, who is disguised as a peasant.  Hilarion, a gamekeeper,

    also in love with Giselle, suspects the true identity of his rival. The villagers arrive with the last gathering

    of grapes and join Giselle and Albrecht in a dance but Giselle's mother is afraid that her passion for dancing

    will kill her delicate daughter who will then fall under the spell of the Wilis, the vengeful ghosts of young girls

    who have died of broken hearts before marriage. The peasants are frightened by this but Giselle is amused

    at her mother's concern, and continues to celebrate the wine harvest and is crowned Queen of the Vine.

     

    The Prince of Courland with his daughter, Bathilde, and a hunting party stop at Giselle's cottage to taste the

    new wine. Giselle admires Bathildes beautiful clothes. Soon the princess and peasant girl confide to each other

    that they are both in love and engaged to be married. When the prince and his daughter recognize Albrecht,

    Giselle rushes between Albrecht and Bathilde, but the princess makes it clear her fiancé is none other than

    Giselles beloved Albrecht.  The shock, depriving Giselle of her reason, proves too much for her weak heart,

    and she dies. Hilarion places the guilt for Giselles death on Albrecht. Albrecht kneels beside Giselles lifeless

    form, surrounded by the mournful villagers.

    Act II – in a woodland glade beside a shadowy lake

    Hilarion visits Giselles grave. Looking about him, he catches fleeting glimpses of ghostly creatures; frightened,

    he rushes off into the forest. A melancholy theme announces the arrival of Albrecht. Dressed in noble attire,

    he kneels and places some lilies on Giselles grave. Her ghost momentarily appears, but departs before he

    can see her. Finally, she reveals herself, and they dance; a yearning reverie of lost love which, as it unfolds,

    casts aside its melancholy tone and becomes a celebration of their reunion. As Albrecht follows Giselle into the

    forest, the Wilis trap the unlucky Hilarian and force him to dance to his death. Moments later, the Wilis

    reappear with Albrecht, whereupon Myrtha, queen of the Wilis, announces that he too is doomed. Finally,

    Albrecht, pushed to deathly exhaustion by the relentless Wilis, falls to the ground. But the strength of Giselles

    love has overcome even the Wilis dark powers. Giselle lingers over the prone figure of her beloved, and

    this last gesture awakens in Albrecht the meaning of everlasting love. Although is life is spared, Albrecht is

    bereft as he watches Giselle return to her grave.

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