Royal Ballet's Coppelia a superb take to dancing
Taking a break from The Nutcracker, the Royal Ballet goes to another nineteenth century exemplary for the bubbly season. Coppélia is an amazing other option, a story of moving dolls and quarreling town darlings. It's resuscitated significantly less frequently than the enormous Tchaikovsky works of art, despite the fact that it has a lilting Delibes score and a breaking job for a ballet dancer. On premiere night, Francesca Hayward gave her feeling of satire and fiendishness, while discovering delicacy in the most conventional expressive dance steps.
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