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Peter and the Wolf DVD (The Royal Ballet School)

Peter and the Wolf DVD (The Royal Ballet School)

Matthew Hart's witty version of Peter and the Wolf was created for The Royal Ballet School and here features Sergei Polunin as the eponymous wolf.
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Peter and the Wolf, Prokofiev's musical fairy tale, has been delighting children since 1936. Nearly 60 years later, in 1995, the young choreographer Matthew Hart created a witty choreographed version for The Royal Ballet School with designs by Ian Spurling. Described as 'an utterly delightful ballet and a perfect showcase for the younger students' by former Royal Ballet Director Monica Mason, it was staged again – and recorded for this DVD – in 2010.

 

Music: Sergey Prokofiev

Choreography: Matthew Hart

The Wolf: Sergei Polunin

Grandfather: Will Kemp

Peter: Kilian Smith

Duck: Charlotte Edmonds

Bird: Laurine Muccioli

Cat: Chisato Katsura

The Royal Ballet School

Royal Ballet Sinfonia

Conductor: Paul Murphy 

A Royal Ballet production


Plus: Cast gallery, documentary feature on rehearsing Peter and the Wolf

Picture: 16:9

Sound: 2.0LPCM + 5.1(5.0) DTS

Format: NTSC

Region Code: 0 Worldwide

Running time: 38 mins   

Recorded: 2010

Menu languages: EN

Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES

Categories:

Children
DVDs > Ballet

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