George Balanchine és Harald Lander munkássága előtt tiszteleg az OMG-est, amely az 1947–1950 közötti érából idéz meg három darabot a két mester művéből.

The two defining figures of modern ballet were born a month apart early in the 20th century. One of them entered the world in Saint Petersburg and went on to further develop the foundations of Russian classical ballet in the New World, where he is now remembered as the "father of American ballet"; the second was a Danish artist who created works for the Royal Danish Ballet, and later for the Opéra National de Paris. The OMG dance show pays tribute to the work of George Balanchine and Harald Lander, evoking the era between 1947 and 1950 with three pieces from the oeuvres of the two masters.

Sylvia Pas de deux
A grand pas de deux in the French style, with entrée, adagio, two solos and coda

Choreographer    George Balanchine
Music by    Léo Delibes
Costume designer    Karinska
Répétiteur    Marina Eglevsky

Theme & Variations
Ballet in one act
Choreography by George Balanchine ˆ The George Balanchine Trust

Choreographer    George Balanchine
Composer    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Costume designer    István Rózsa
Costume designer    Nóra Rományi
Lighting designer    Tamás Solymosi
Répétiteur    John Clifford
Company répétiteurs    Marianna Venekei / Mária Aradi

Classical ballet in one act

Choreographer    Harald Lander
Czerny’s music adapted for the ballet by Knudåge Riisager
Artistic consultant    Lise Lander
Répétiteur    Johnny Eliasen
Ballet Masters    György Szirb / Ildikó Pongor / Angéla Kövessy



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