Tribute to Jerome Robbins En Sol: Choreography by Jerome Robbins, music by Ravel Triade: Choreography by Benjamin Millepied, music by Muhly In the Night: Choreography by Jerome Robbins, music by Chopin The Concert: Choreography by Jerome Robbins, music by Chopin Featuring dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet with etoiles Marie-Agnes Gillot, Laëtitia Pujol, Benjamin Pech, Clairemarie Osta, Agnès Letestu, Delphine Moussin, Nicolas Le Riche, and Dorothée Gilbert. This tribute to Jerome Robbins was recorded at the Paris Opera in 2008 with three pieces by Robbins, and one by up-and-coming choreographer Benjamin Millepied. En Sol (In the Sun ) suggests a sun-drenched beach where the dancers are having fun cavorting to the “jazzy overtones of Ravel’s Piano Concerto in 
G. Triade shows a meeting of four people and their interrelatedness. In the Night, choreographed to Chopin’s Nocturnes, presents three couples who personify three phases of love under a starry sky. The Concert, Ou les malheurs de chacun (or The Perils of Everybody) is a comedy inspired by the silent movie series “The Perils of Pauline” and a satire of classical ballet. Includes 36-page full color booklet in English, French, and German with an essay on Jerome Robbins by noted dance writer Deborah Jowitt. (for more on Jerome Robbins see Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About in this catalog) 111 min., first US release 2012

Tribute to Jerome Robbins

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  • En Sol, Triade, In the Night, and The Concert 111 min., first US release 2012
  • VNX163
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