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Programme for 2018

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Thursday 5 July
Monday 9 July

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Russian Night
Sunday 8 July

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Concert des Révélations classiques de l'Adami
Lundi 16 juillet

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La Flûte enchantée
Maurice Béjart
Monday 16 July

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Il barbiere di Siviglia
Tuesday 31 July
Saturday 4 August

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Tuesday 3 August

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The Recitals given in the Cour Saint-Louis
Thursday 5 July at 18.00 / Karine Deshayes
Monday 9 July at 18.00 / Edgardo Rocha
Tuesday 31 July at 18.00 / Eva-Maria Westbroek
Saturday 4 August at 18.00 / George Petean

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La Flûte enchantée
Maurice Béjart
Monday 16 July

Roman Theatre

Monday 16 July at 21.45

In case of bad weather, the performance is postponed to the following day.

Duration: 2 hours 50 minutes

par le Béjart Ballet Lausanne

MUSIC Wolfang Amadeus Mozart *
SCENERY & COSTUMES From the original drawings by Alan Burrett

Ballet first performed at the ‘Cirque royal’, Brussels, on 10 March 1981
In the words of Maurice Béjart, The Magic Flute is “an extravaganza that carries us off into the pure poetry of childhood – or of genius; it is also, and foremost, a precise, rigorous, inspired ritual.” Alternating magical or comic scenes, this ballet, which faithfully stages Mozart’s score, make the music visible to the eyes and re-veals the essence of the movement that lives in its heart. A philosophic fable and an initiatory tale, The Magic Flute advocates the acceptance of human fallibility, the triumph of the couple over dissension, and the victory of the Enlightenment over the forces of darkness.

* Sound track: the Berliner Philharmoniker directed by Karl Böhm in 1964.

(c) Grégory Batardon

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