The Australian Ballet will commence its 2015 season with Giselle, which is considered to be one of the great classic ballets, first performed in Paris in 1841.
Technical precision and breath taking beauty are drawn together to portray a heartbreaking love story full of passion and loss. This acclaimed production by Maina Gielgud, the ethereal designs by Peter Farmer and the haunting music of Adolphe Adam, will linger with you long after the final curtain call.
The Australian Ballet have put together five compelling reasons why you should see this ballet.
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2015 Program details:
Melbourne 13-23 March
Sydney 2-22 April
Canberra 21-26 May
Adelaide 2-6 July
Tickets available by clicking here