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An unmissable showcase of breathtaking dance featuring the stars of the Paris Opera Ballet in an exceptional evening of pas de deux and excerpts from five classical and contemporary dance works from Paris Opera Ballet repertoire. The program includes:
- Three Préludes, choreographed by Ben Stevenson
- Variations, choreographed by Serge Lifar to music by Franz Schubert and costume design by Chanel
- Ab (intra), choreographed by Rafael Bonachela to music by Pёteris Vasks
- Tchaikovsky pas de deux, choreographed by George Balanchine to music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
- Raymonda Grand Pas, choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev to music by Alexander Glazunov
Join the Paris Opera Ballet’s Ètoiles and Premiers Danseurs, among the world’s finest, for an unforgettable night of dance.
Music performed by Queensland Symphony Orchestra
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QPAC INTERNATIONAL SERIES
4 to 12 July 2020
Arguably the most famous ballet of all time, performed by the oldest national ballet company and choreographed by the greatest male dancer of his generation.BOOK NOW
16 to 19 July 2020
A spine-tingling program of three contemporary works showcasing a diversity of repertoire highlights, including works now considered synonymous with Paris Opera Ballet.BOOK NOW
ABOUT PARIS OPERA BALLET
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ABOUT QPAC’S INTERNATIONAL SERIES
Since 2009 the QPAC International Series has featured many of the world’s finest companies from the United States, England, Cuba, Germany, Russia, France and Italy.FIND OUT MORE