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At its height, the Saracen attempts to abduct Raymonda.
At this point, de Brienne arrives, accompanied by his old father. He and his entourage threaten Abderakhman and his retinue, but the King intervenes and proposes single combat for the rivals.
ACT II At the celebration in the courtyard of the castle, the Countess and Raymonda are seated on a dais attended by pages and ladies-in-waiting.
Raymonda anxiously awaits de Brienne s arrival, but Abderakhman approaches her passionately and insists that she dance with him.
Many of them brought glory to Russian ballet during the legendary Saisons russes in Paris which brought the pioneering works of Mikhail Fokine to Europe.
The first years following the Russian Revolution ushered in difficult times for the Mariinsky Theatre.
The seneschal enters and announces the arrival of Abderakhman, a Saracen chief.
Galina Ulanova, Alexei Yermolayev, Marina Semenova and Vakhtang Chabukiani all danced at the Mariinsky Theatre during that period.
130 West 56th Street, New York, NY About the Program RAYMONDA BALLET IN THREE ACTS Music by Alexander Glazunov Libretto by Lidia Pashkova & Marius Petipa based on a medieval legend Choreography by Marius Petipa Revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev with choreographic fragments by Fyodor Lopukhov Set design by Simon Virsaladze Costumes after Simon Virsaladze, revived by Elena Zaitseva Coaches: Gabriela Komleva, Galina Kekisheva, Nina Ukhova, Natalia Spitsyna, Viktor Baranov, Igor Petrov, Dmitry Korneyev Stage Manager: Denis Firsov World premiere: January 7, 1898, Mariinsky Theatre Premiere of Konstantin Sergeyev s version: April , Kirov Theatre of Opera and Ballet, Leningrad Performance running time: 3 hours 15 minutes The performance has two intervals SYNOPSIS ACT I It is Raymonda s birthday and the seneschal is planning the celebrations.
Raymonda reads the letter and tells her mother that de Brienne is to arrive the next day.
Preview talks one hour before performance Company: Viktoria Tereshkina, Anastasia Matvienko, Oxana Skorik, Nadezhda Batoeva, Ekaterina Chebykina, Kristina Shapran, Ekaterina Ivannikova, Sofia Ivanova-Soblikova, Yuliana Chereshkevich, Renata Shakirova, Diana Smirnova, Elena Bazhenova Vladimir Shklyarov, Timur Askerov, Andrei Yermakov, Konstantin Zverev, Yury Smekalov, Filipp Stepin, Islom Baimuradov, Alexey Popov, Andrey Soloviev, Vitaly Amelishko, Soslan Kulaev, Andrey Yakovlev With lead underwriting support from: William J. Some troubadours are practicing swordplay; others are playing violas and lutes.
The use of any audio or videorecording device or the taking of photographs (with or without flash) is strictly prohibited. Raymonda s mother, the Countess, calls her daughter, who receives the letter and gifts from de Brienne, among them a tapestry portrait of himself.
The ensuing duel is violent and Abderakhman falls dead.