Sunday , August 1 2021

Ballet "Arabesque" with the premiere of the world-famous choreographer Angelyn Prejudok – Opera and Ballet



Angelo Praljokaz, one of the biggest names of contemporary dance scene, will be featured by BALET ARABESK with a fragment from his performance "Nights" – the premiere is November 15th on the stage of the Musical Theater. This is a meeting of the highest dance dance, with a delicate modern dance master who for the first time works with a Bulgarian body. Angela Praljokaz's "Nights" is a spectacle where dialogue between East and West has a key position.

It is a modern sensual-erotic interpretation of Arab nights, where Sheherazade is described as "one of the earliest feminists in the East," as defined by Prejudok.

"There is so much sexuality and eroticism in these stories that I wanted to use in my job," says the choreographer. "I want to explore eastern cultures where bodies become symbols – a calligraphy of emotions and mood. There is still mystery and charm in the East that affect our collective subconscious."

The purpose of Prelude is to use the dance to illustrate the sensual aspects of Arab culture. He uses idealized and mysterious concepts in the Middle East in the 19th century culture. Scenario can cause associations with the paintings of Delacroix and Eng.

The choreography is presented with the original costumes and decor that will be delivered especially by France.
Nätter Performance was created by French choreographer Anjelin Preljakaz to celebrate Marseille as Europe's Capital of Culture 2013.

Pre-Jazz has gathered a team of creators with roots in North Africa – Azzedine Alaïa, fashion designer, Natasha Atlas – singer and songwriter and Sami Bishai – vocal composer and electronic music called cross-over musicians combining Arab and Western music.

Critics around the world have recognized the ballet Angelique Prolighter, calling it charming and seductive. The performance was featured in the United States, including the Lincoln Center in New York, Israel, Africa and a number of European countries.

The night show is not suitable for children under the age of 12.


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