St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet Anna Karenina was staged

NCPASeptember/15/2017
  • On the evening of September 13th, St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet Anna Karenina, a modern ballet, was put on at NCPA, kicking off the NCPA Dance Festival 2017.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • The ballet Anna Karenina unfolded slowly around “romance”. The choreographer Boris Eifman focused on the love triangle among Anna, Vronsky and Karenin, and created pases seul and pases de deux to exaggerate the characters’ moods.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Anna Karenina featured a distinctive style that formed from numerous stream-of-consciousness manifestations by stagecraft and modern cinematography.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • The dance visualized Anna’s inner conflict, and the audience were immersed in an affectionate world of ballet.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • In the evening, Maria Abashova, the principal dancer at Eifman Ballet who played Anna, danced gracefully in the flickering light to the accompaniment of Tchaikovsky’s music.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • The minimalist stage, which was separated by light in space, intensified the order of priority in feeling expression.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Following the ballet Anna Karenina, St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet will stage Rodin, Boris Eifman’s another original work, on September 15th and 16th.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Ballet Anna Karenina told a story about a love triangle, while Rodin will touch upon Rodin and Camille Claudel's legendary life and artistic creation.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

On the evening of September 13th, St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet Anna Karenina, a modern ballet, was put on at NCPA, kicking off the NCPA Dance Festival 2017.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

The ballet Anna Karenina unfolded slowly around “romance”. The choreographer Boris Eifman focused on the love triangle among Anna, Vronsky and Karenin, and created pases seul and pases de deux to exaggerate the characters’ moods.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Anna Karenina featured a distinctive style that formed from numerous stream-of-consciousness manifestations by stagecraft and modern cinematography.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

The dance visualized Anna’s inner conflict, and the audience were immersed in an affectionate world of ballet.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

In the evening, Maria Abashova, the principal dancer at Eifman Ballet who played Anna, danced gracefully in the flickering light to the accompaniment of Tchaikovsky’s music.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

The minimalist stage, which was separated by light in space, intensified the order of priority in feeling expression.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Following the ballet Anna Karenina, St. Petersburg Eifman Ballet will stage Rodin, Boris Eifman’s another original work, on September 15th and 16th.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Ballet Anna Karenina told a story about a love triangle, while Rodin will touch upon Rodin and Camille Claudel's legendary life and artistic creation.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

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