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The Art of Vadim Muntagirov Blu-ray Set

Since joining The Royal Ballet in 2014, Vadim Muntagirov has excelled in many of ballet's most celebrated lead roles, as well as proving his skills as a sensitive partner to some of The Royal Ballet's most revered stars. This special collection brings together four of his most show-stopping performances.

In The Sleeping Beauty, Muntagirov’s elegant classicism shines as Prince Florimund, and in Kenneth MacMillan's Manon, his heartfelt characterization brings eloquent depth to the impassioned pas de deux between Manon and Des Grieux. Described as 'technically thrilling' (Guardian), Muntagirov's performance as Count Albrecht makes the quintessential Romantic ballet Giselle powerfully resonant today. In delightful contrast, his cheeky performance in Coppélia reveals a wonderful flair for comedy.

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The Sleeping Beauty
Princess Aurora: Marianela Nuñez
Prince Florimund: Vadim Muntagirov
Carabosse: Kristen McNally
Lilac Fairy: Claire Calvert
Conductor: Koen Kessels
Director: Marius Petipa
Designer: Oliver Messel
Composer: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Manon
Manon: Sarah Lamb
Des Grieux: Vadim Muntagirov
Conductor: Martin Yates
Director: Kenneth MacMillan
Composer: Jules Massenet

Coppélia
Swanilda: Marianela Nuñez
Franz: Vadim Muntagirov
Doctor Coppélius: Gary Avis
The Burgomaster: Christopher Saunders
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Director: Ninette de Valois
Composer: Léo Delibes

Giselle
Giselle: Marianela Nuñez
Count Albrecht: Vadim Muntagirov
Myrtha Itzia: Mendizabal
Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
Director: Marius Petipa
Composer: Adolphe Adam

Orchestra of the Royal Opera House

Extra Features: The Sleeping Beauty: Introduction to The Sleeping Beauty · The history of The Sleeping Beauty · The role of the Lilac Fairy with Monica Mason, Darcey Bussell and Claire Calvert Manon: An introduction · Creating The Courtesans · Darcey Bussell interviews Deborah MacMillan Coppélia: Why The Royal Ballet love dancing Coppélia · The corps de ballet in rehearsal · In conversation with Merle Park, Darcey Bussell and Marianela Nuñez · Cast gallery Giselle: Introduction to Giselle with Peter Wright and the artists · Exploring Mime · Working Together

Barcode: 809478013594
Running Time: approx. 478 minutes (Ballets); approx. 52 minutes (Extras)
Sound:  LPCM2.0 and Surround 5.1 DTS Master Audio
Format: NTSC
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