Technology for Ballet

Why Do We Doubt There Is Ever Less Work In Making A Tutu Than This?!

This tutu was made by YouTube video poster HikariHime29. She made this one to wear to a Lady Gaga concert, not to dance Odile, but we are told that she knows what she is doing. This below is a video of New York City Ballet’s costume shop. Go, Hikari…

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How Ballet Set Changes Work: The Bolshoi At Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 

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(Images) First Major Royal Ballet Global Ballet Simulcast, And English National Ballet Simul


The Royal Ballet first transmitted live ballets to theaters in 25 US states. They included The Sleeping Beauty, Romeo and Juliet, and Tales of Beatrix Potter.

And a year ago (the images here) Sky Television filmed a performance of Swan Lake by the English National Ballet in 3D in the Painted Hall of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.





The ballet was filmed using two of Sky’s high definition cameras, with the two lenses recording separate footage for each eye. Viewers then wear special polarising glasses which give the impression the ballet is in three dimensions.

The 24 corps ballerinas wearing those 3-D glasses is a joke, of course. Get to watch the Swan Lake white scenes in 3-D? Wow. That would be a sight to behold. We will keep an eye out for any possible showing in the US.

By the way, the Mariinsky and Paris Opera Ballet use 32 ballerinas in La Bayadere’s Kingdom Of The Shades and the effect is quite awesome. Perhaps Kevin McKenzie might be persuaded to do the same? 


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