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Video of the Day with Margarita Grechanaia (Bayerisches Staatsballett).
Maia Makhateli & Artur Shesterikov – BLITZ
Unexpected questions from La Personne to the Principal dancers of Het Nationale Ballet.
Sergei Danilian, Happy Anniversary!
Today is Sergei Danilian’s anniversary, the famous impresario and producer who has made so much for the modern ballet! To this occasion La Personne prepared a special issue. Under the cover you’ll find an interview with Sergei about what has been achieved and what goals are ahead; specially created photo session with his mother Amalia Danilian. And also from our pages the people who have been friends and partners with Sergei are sharing their memories and sending wishes to the hero of the Anniversary, among them Vladimir Urin, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Ekaterina Shipulina, Diana Vishneva, Marcelo Gomes, Vladimir Varnava, Boris Eifman and many others.
Blitz with ballerina Zhanna Gubanova
Unexpected questions from La Personne to the First soloist of Stanislavsky Music Theatre Zhanna Gubanova.
Maria Kochetkova – “STYX” by David Dawson
Absolutely cosmic Maria Kochetkova in a new video by La Personne performs the profound choreography by David Dawson.
Margarita Mamun – Olympic Champion in Rhythmic Gymnastics
“Personality as an art” - that is La Personne motto. The persons from our pages are not simply successful but unique. They cause admiration, they lead. Our today heroine is the Olympic champion in the rhythmic gymnastics, who made a long journey towards her goal. She strikes with her will power, so truly shown in the Over the Limit movie. Her irreproachable grace conquered the world. Irina Viner compares her with a Bengal tiger. In the special La Personne issue Margarita Mamun tells in details about creativity in gymnastics, about the process of creating the exercises for performances and about her life after the Olympic Games.
Georgi Smilevsky – Blitz
Principal dancer of the Stanislavsky Music Theatre Georgi Smilevsky in our Blitz.
Maria Seletskaya – The conductor
What is happening after the ballet career has been finished? Does the life after the Theatre exist and how do the former dancers find themselves for a new life? Today we are presenting the first heroine of our special project where we will tell about the artists who leave the stage to dedicate themselves to other professions. After finishing her dancing career in the Royal Ballet of Flanders, Maria Seletskaya has stood behind the conductor’s stand. In the interview for La Personne she told us about her first appearance to the orchestra, the specifics of conducting a ballet performance, about inner struggles and explained why the ballet people are the strongest and most disciplined. Special thanks to Nicha Rodboon for the photo story created in the halls of the Flemish Opera.
Jacopo Tissi – Bolshoi Theatre
There is something unique – in his dance, in emotional dignity, in his dedicated attitude towards profession and in fantastic succeeding to learn the language perfectly within two years. My first question about the preferable language for interviewing had a rapid answer – “I would prefer Russian”. We talked to Jacopo Tissi about different things – his life in Moscow and work with the Bolshoi Theatre, about the artistic path, Russian traditions, his partnership with Svetlana Zakharova and cherished dreams.
Yesterday on TV Culture channel was a current series of the Big Ballet show, with in the fragment of the Renaissance ballet by Sebastien Bertaud performed by Julian Mackay and Skylar Brandt was presented. Being impressed by the choreography and the piece with the costumes created by the house of Balmain we went to Paris to talk to Sebastien about his recent masterpiece - Renaissance, participation in the Big Ballet show, cooperation with Balmain and Olivier Rousteing, challenges that ballet choreographers face, and things we can see from him in the future.