Ballet Philippines’ final offering for the season, “Wings,” took to soaring heights with its glowing production of “Swan Lake.” Tchaikovsky’s tragic tale of an enchanted princess-turned-swan, cuckolded by her prince
Ballet Philippines is set to restage the all-time great classic ballet “Swan Lake,” beloved for its haunting tale of love under siege, music by the master Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky, and
Fashion designer Rajo Laurel designs the costumes for this ballet.
In a special repeat performance, Ballet Philippines’ highly celebrated restaging of “Giselle” returns this September 19-21 to the CCP Main Theater. The beloved romantic ballet is once again being restaged by the Philippines’ premier danseur, Nonoy Froilan to start off the Blue Moon Series, a two-week fundraising series celebrating the company’s sapphire milestone.
Ballet Philippines, the country’s flagship dance company proudly announces the return of “Giselle” from September 19 – 21 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines—Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater).
Prince Albrecht in “Giselle”; Basilio in “Don Quixote”; Franz in “Coppelia”; Prince Siegfried in “Swan Lake”; and the Young Man in “Songs of a Wayfarer”—name it, this superb Filipino dancer has played the male lead opposite some of the world’s most brilliant ballerinas in almost every popular production imaginable.