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Manon
Manon, a beautiful young girl from the provinces, is said to be brought to a convent by her brother Lescaut. The student Des Grieux falls in love with her at first sight. Geronte, a rich old man, is also impressed by Manon and plans to kidnap her. Edmondo informs his friend Des Grieux of Geronte's intentions. After Des Grieux Manon confessed his love, they flee together. Lescaut assures Geronte that Manon will soon be fed up with life in poverty and will voluntarily turn to Geronte and its prosperity.
Nannies are busy looking after the children entrusted to them. Count Tomski and the officers Tschekalinski and Surin discuss the behavior of the withdrawn outsider Hermann: he always sits brooding in the casino without taking part in the card game. He confesses to Count Tomski the cause of his suffering. He is in love with a stranger, but can never marry her because of her noble origins..
come no matter what you want me for. I can dance, I can choreograph. ”With these words, Jerome Robbins addressed the director of the New York City Ballet in 1948. And this one - George Balanchine, who knew Robbins' work on Broadway and his talent very well - answered simply: "Come on!" That sealed an American success story: From now on Robbins was not only as ballet master at the side of Mr. B. Robbins , but also played a decisive role as a choreographer in the development of the New York City Ballet into one of the most important dance companies.
Manon, a beautiful young girl from the provinces, is said to be brought to a convent by her brother Lescaut. The student Des Grieux falls in love with her at first sight. Geronte, a rich old man, is also impressed by Manon and plans to kidnap her. Edmondo informs his friend Des Grieux of Geronte's intentions. After Des Grieux Manon confessed his love, they flee together. Lescaut assures Geronte that Manon will soon be fed up with life in poverty and will voluntarily turn to Geronte and its prosperity.
Nannies are busy looking after the children entrusted to them. Count Tomski and the officers Tschekalinski and Surin discuss the behavior of the withdrawn outsider Hermann: he always sits brooding in the casino without taking part in the card game. He confesses to Count Tomski the cause of his suffering. He is in love with a stranger, but can never marry her because of her noble origins..
For years Paul has lived in Bruges only to remember his dead wife Marie. In a room in his house, which for him became the “Church of the Past”, he keeps all the things that remind him of her, including a braid of hair from the deceased. When his friend Frank visits him, Paul tells him about meeting a stranger who is completely like Marie.
Manon, a beautiful young girl from the provinces, is said to be brought to a convent by her brother Lescaut. The student Des Grieux falls in love with her at first sight. Geronte, a rich old man, is also impressed by Manon and plans to kidnap her. Edmondo informs his friend Des Grieux of Geronte's intentions. After Des Grieux Manon confessed his love, they flee together. Lescaut assures Geronte that Manon will soon be fed up with life in poverty and will voluntarily turn to Geronte and its prosperity.
Nannies are busy looking after the children entrusted to them. Count Tomski and the officers Tschekalinski and Surin discuss the behavior of the withdrawn outsider Hermann: he always sits brooding in the casino without taking part in the card game. He confesses to Count Tomski the cause of his suffering. He is in love with a stranger, but can never marry her because of her noble origins..
For years Paul has lived in Bruges only to remember his dead wife Marie. In a room in his house, which for him became the “Church of the Past”, he keeps all the things that remind him of her, including a braid of hair from the deceased. When his friend Frank visits him, Paul tells him about meeting a stranger who is completely like Marie.
Manon, a beautiful young girl from the provinces, is said to be brought to a convent by her brother Lescaut. The student Des Grieux falls in love with her at first sight. Geronte, a rich old man, is also impressed by Manon and plans to kidnap her. Edmondo informs his friend Des Grieux of Geronte's intentions. After Des Grieux Manon confessed his love, they flee together. Lescaut assures Geronte that Manon will soon be fed up with life in poverty and will voluntarily turn to Geronte and its prosperity.
For years Paul has lived in Bruges only to remember his dead wife Marie. In a room in his house, which for him became the “Church of the Past”, he keeps all the things that remind him of her, including a braid of hair from the deceased. When his friend Frank visits him, Paul tells him about meeting a stranger who is completely like Marie.
Anna Bolena is neglected by her husband, King Henry VIII of England. She sadly remembers her first, true love - Lord Riccardo Percy. Without the knowledge of the public, Anna had once happily married him. Nevertheless, she left Lord Percy when Henry VIII proposed marriage to her...
Manon, a beautiful young girl from the provinces, is said to be brought to a convent by her brother Lescaut. The student Des Grieux falls in love with her at first sight. Geronte, a rich old man, is also impressed by Manon and plans to kidnap her. Edmondo informs his friend Des Grieux of Geronte's intentions. After Des Grieux Manon confessed his love, they flee together. Lescaut assures Geronte that Manon will soon be fed up with life in poverty and will voluntarily turn to Geronte and its prosperity.
For years Paul has lived in Bruges only to remember his dead wife Marie. In a room in his house, which for him became the “Church of the Past”, he keeps all the things that remind him of her, including a braid of hair from the deceased. When his friend Frank visits him, Paul tells him about meeting a stranger who is completely like Marie.
The poet Heinrich Heine narrates the legend of the mysterious Wilis, those young women who have to die before their wedding because their love has been betrayed. An untamed lust for dance beats on in their dead hearts. As ghosts, they leave their graves at night - and should a living person approach them during this time, they dance him to death...
Anna Bolena is neglected by her husband, King Henry VIII of England. She sadly remembers her first, true love - Lord Riccardo Percy. Without the knowledge of the public, Anna had once happily married him. Nevertheless, she left Lord Percy when Henry VIII proposed marriage to her...
The poet Heinrich Heine narrates the legend of the mysterious Wilis, those young women who have to die before their wedding because their love has been betrayed. An untamed lust for dance beats on in their dead hearts. As ghosts, they leave their graves at night - and should a living person approach them during this time, they dance him to death...
The poet Heinrich Heine narrates the legend of the mysterious Wilis, those young women who have to die before their wedding because their love has been betrayed. An untamed lust for dance beats on in their dead hearts. As ghosts, they leave their graves at night - and should a living person approach them during this time, they dance him to death...
Anna Bolena is neglected by her husband, King Henry VIII of England. She sadly remembers her first, true love - Lord Riccardo Percy. Without the knowledge of the public, Anna had once happily married him. Nevertheless, she left Lord Percy when Henry VIII proposed marriage to her...
The poet Heinrich Heine narrates the legend of the mysterious Wilis, those young women who have to die before their wedding because their love has been betrayed. An untamed lust for dance beats on in their dead hearts. As ghosts, they leave their graves at night - and should a living person approach them during this time, they dance him to death...
come no matter what you want me for. I can dance, I can choreograph. ”With these words, Jerome Robbins addressed the director of the New York City Ballet in 1948. And this one - George Balanchine, who knew Robbins' work on Broadway and his talent very well - answered simply: "Come on!" That sealed an American success story: From now on Robbins was not only as ballet master at the side of Mr. B. Robbins , but also played a decisive role as a choreographer in the development of the New York City Ballet into one of the most important dance companies.
come no matter what you want me for. I can dance, I can choreograph. ”With these words, Jerome Robbins addressed the director of the New York City Ballet in 1948. And this one - George Balanchine, who knew Robbins' work on Broadway and his talent very well - answered simply: "Come on!" That sealed an American success story: From now on Robbins was not only as ballet master at the side of Mr. B. Robbins , but also played a decisive role as a choreographer in the development of the New York City Ballet into one of the most important dance companies.
Otto Schenk dips his love potion production into a warm, southern light: Here the story of Adina and Nemorino is told, which has always been one of Donizetti's greatest successes. With a loving eye, the composer designed an ironic village idyll with precisely drawn types, whose happiness and pain he always takes touchingly seriously.