Premieré of "Nocturne" today
The experimental short-ballet "Nocturne", inspired by nocturnal creatures and music by Frédéric Chopin will be performed tonight for the first time at the stage of Estonian National Opera in Tallinn.
Here's an opportunity to peek into the workshops and get a glimpse of some of the costumes that are prepared for short-ballet "Nocturne".
The costumes are made using laser cutting technology. A laser is used to cut abstract patterns into different materials. All the fabrics that are picked for the ballet play with light - are either sheer, luminous or reflective. The design uses them together with the cutting technology and directional theatre lights to create an unique visual effect and to highlight the dancers movements in the darkness.
The last chance to see the ballet "Ohlala...Ça c’est passé comme ça" by Tõnu Veiler in Estonia on Monday, June 4th 2012.
On April 2nd 2012 a Paris-inspired ballet "Ohlala...Ça s’est passé comme ça" will premieré at the Russian Theatre, Tallinn
On June 4th the ballet divertissement "Underwater Kingdom"
will have its second performance on the stage of Russian Theatre, Tallinn.