Krunislav Simić

BLOOD WEDDING - BOLERO

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Manuel de Falla, Joaquin Rodrigo, Maurice Ravel

Ballet in two acts

Direction, choreography, set design and music selection: Krunislav Simic

Costume Designer: Ruzica Ristic, Lighting Designer: Srdjan Jovanovic, Repetiteur and Assistant Choreographer: Gordana Simic

Blood Wedding

Leonardo  ...................... Jovan Veselinovic

Bride  ............................ Ana Pavlovic

Bridegroom  ................... Igor Pastor

Leonardo’s Mother  ........ Nada Stamatovic

Leonardo’s Wife ............ Ada Raspor

Gipsy Woman - narrator ...... Milan Rus


Ballet Ensemble: Jovica Begojev, Raffaelo Diligente, Bernardo Badano, Nicola Bianco, Milos Marjan,Tijana Sebez, Jovana Nestorovska, Dejana Zlatanovski, Jovanka Zaric

Bolero

Girl .............. Gordana Simic

Young Man ................. Milan Rus


Ballet Ensemble: Jovica Begojev, Raffaelo Diligente, Bernardo Badano, Nicola Bianco, Milos Marjan,Tijana Sebez, Jovana Nestorovska, Dejana Zlatanovski, Jovanka Zaric, Nada Stamatović, Ada Raspor

Blood Wedding drama by F.G. Lorca has inspired the choreographer Krunislav Simic who heard the music, sensed the movement, the storm of passion and whirl of emotions in it.

In the characters of Lorca’s drama, deeply conflicting and contrasted, appear the motifs and elements which are the moon and the death, as the symbols of destiny.  

A woman and woman’s soul are main and touching elements of drama and ballet dancing that winnows onto the music of the greatest Spanish composers and those inspired by Spanish folklore (Joaquin Rodrigo, De Falla, Ravel).   

 In Bolero, Ravel’s famous work, orgiastic and sensual, the passion slowly takes virgin’s areas growing thus to its culmination in the powerful and passion charged areas of human sexuality. 

The cosmos and cosmic, eternal and human, unlimited domains of erotic are just the foundation of the passionate game and dancing. The Spanish gypsies, a beautiful gypsy, glint of knives in the moonlight, love, jealousy, suffering and longing are just the frame of the exciting events expressed by the human body, action and dance, creating the ballet-dramatic prose of a high charge.

 

 

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