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Prix de Lausanne [videorecording]

Title
Prix de Lausanne [videorecording]
Publication
1989.

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Additional Authors
  • Verdy, Violette, 1933-2016.
  • Pastori, Jean Pierre.
  • Braunschweig, Philippe.
  • Dunn, Lucinda
  • Sakakibara, Hiroko
  • De Vos, Ann.
  • Klimentova, Daria
  • Zamora, Monica
  • Miyauchi, Mariko
  • Rodemund, Brit
  • Knop, Beatrice
  • Hashimoto, Minako
  • Naraoka, Noriko
  • Kumakawa, Tetsuya
  • Iwata, Morihiro
  • Cooper, Adam, 1971-
  • Rambe, Christian
  • Stiefel, Ethan
  • Tanaka, Yuko
  • Barrau, Bérangère.
  • Prix de Lausanne.
Description
1 videocassette. 141 min. : sd. color PAL.; 1/2 in. (VHS)
Summary
Final round (classical and free variations) of the seventeenth annual Prix de Lausanne competition, held in the Aoyama Theater, Tokyo, Japan, on January 29, 1989. In the classical section, competitors perform variations from The sleeping beauty, Giselle, Le corsaire, Swan lake, and Don Quixote; in the free (contemporary choreography) section, they perform solos created by themselves or others. An awards ceremony concludes the program.
Note
  • Produced by Télévision Suisse Romande. In French. Producer: Flavia Hempel. Hosts: Violette Verdy and Jean-Pierre Pastori.
Contents
CONTENTS: Classical variations (dancers listed in order of appearance): Lucinda Dunn (Giselle), Hiroko Sakakibara (Coppélia), Ann de Vos (Le corsaire), Daria Klimentova (Coppélia), Monica Zamora (Giselle), Mariko Miyauchi (Le corsaire), Brit Rodemund (Le corsaire), Beatrice Knop (Sleeping beauty), Minako Hashimoto (Le corsaire), Noriko Naraoka (Giselle), Tetsuya Kumakawa (Don Quixote), Morihiro Iwata (Giselle), Adam Cooper (Le corsaire), Christian Rambe (Don Quixote), Ethan Stiefel (Swan lake). -- Free variations: dancers appear in same order as classical variations. Yuko Tanaka presents a special entry for choreography, her Esquisses japonaises, at the end of this section. -- Backstage interviews by Pastori, with Philippe Braunschweig, Ann de Vos, semifinalist Bérangère Barrau, and others. -- Awards ceremony. Introduction of jury: Karin von Aroldingen, Frank Andersen, Manola Asensio, Jean-Christophe Maillot, Yoko Morishita, Martin Puttke, Merle Park, Anna-Maria Prina, Jacqueline Rayet, Gösta Svalberg, and Hans Meister. Presentation of awards by Braunschweig, with top prizes going to Zamora, Miyauchi, Naraoka, Sakakibara, and Kumakawa.
Call Number
*MGZIA 4-1604
OCLC
NYPY936044419-F
Title
Prix de Lausanne [videorecording]
Imprint
1989.
Local Subject
Dance -- Competitions -- Japan.
Ballet in television. Prix de Lausanne.
Added Author
Verdy, Violette, 1933-2016. Host
Pastori, Jean Pierre. Host. Interviewer
Braunschweig, Philippe. Host. Interviewee
Dunn, Lucinda, dancer.
Sakakibara, Hiroko, dancer.
De Vos, Ann. ive, dancer.
Klimentova, Daria, dancer.
Zamora, Monica, dancer.
Miyauchi, Mariko, dancer.
Rodemund, Brit, dancer.
Knop, Beatrice, dancer.
Hashimoto, Minako, dancer.
Naraoka, Noriko, dancer.
Kumakawa, Tetsuya, dancer.
Iwata, Morihiro, dancer.
Cooper, Adam, 1971- dancer.
Rambe, Christian, dancer.
Stiefel, Ethan, dancer.
Tanaka, Yuko, choreographer.
Barrau, Bérangère. Interviewee
Prix de Lausanne.
Research Call Number
*MGZIA 4-1604
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