The British Council, in partnership with QMI presents Le nozze di Figaro as part of the Royal Opera House Live Cinema. ROH Live Cinema, distributed in Italy by QMI, shows the best of the Royal Opera House productions at the cinemas throughout Italy, but only for one night! You will find the list of the Cinemas showing ROH Live Cinema, on the link below.
This time the Royal Opera House Live Cinema, presents 4 performances all at once:
Viscera, the dazzling ballet that was the US choreographic debut of rising star Liam Scarlett. Intense, dynamic movement is set to Lowell Liebermann’s driving score.
Afternoon of a Faun, Jerome Robbins’s poignant setting of Debussy’s Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune is a modern ballet classic
Tchaikovsky Pas de deux, Balanchine’s brief and brilliant ballet is set to music Tchaikovsky originally wrote for Swan Lake, and is a breathtaking display of bravura technique.
Carmen, Carlos Acosta adapts Bizet’s opera for dance in his new work for The Royal Ballet, with spectacular designs by Tim Hatley and a new orchestration of Bizet’s score by Martin Yates.