Opera ballet

For the Paris Opera Ballet, a Nureyev production adorned with bells and whistles

PARIS — Has there ever been a successful — that is to say, not boring — version of the complete ballet “Raymonda”? Perhaps the original, choreographed in 1898 by Marius Petipa towards the end of his long career at the Maryinsky Theater in Russia, truly enchanted audiences with its medieval Provençal setting, romantic notions of […]