La Source

BalletLa Source

Jean-Guillaume Bart

Characteristics

  • Run time:2h00
  • Full HD:Full HD
  • Description

    A legendary and fantastical Persia becomes the backdrop of the thwarted love triangle uniting the hunter Djémil, the beautiful Nouredda - engaged to the Khan- and Naïla, the water sprite. In his first creation for the Paris Opera Ballet, Etoile dancer Jean-Guillaume Bart revived an almost-forgotten ballet of the repertoire, originally premiered in 1866 at the Paris Opera. In a close collaboration with playwright Clément Hervieu-Léger, Jean-Guillaume Bart gave back to La Source its original freshness. He created a wonderful danced tale, poetic and virtuosic, enhanced by Christian Lacroix’s flamboyant costumes and Eric Ruf’s evocative stage set.
    Les Etoiles, Les Premiers Danseurs et le Corps de Ballet de l’Opéra national de Paris
    Orchestre de l’Opéra national de Paris

    A co-production of the Paris National Opera - François Roussillon et Associés - 2011
    With the participation of France Télévisions, the support of the CNC and the Orange Foundation, sponsor of the Paris Opera's audiovisual broadcasts.
    Director: François Roussillon

    Visuel ©Anne Deniau / OnP

Creatives

  • Libretto
    • Charles Nuitter,

    • Arthur Saint-Léon

  • Music
  • Conductor

    Koen Kessels

  • Choreography

    Jean-Guillaume Bart

  • Dramaturgy
    • Clément Hervieu-Léger,

    • Jean-Guillaume Bart

  • Set design

    Éric Ruf

  • Costume design

    Christian Lacroix

  • Lighting design

    Dominique Bruguière

Cast