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Led by Srba Dinic, the Teatro de Bellas Artes orchestra and ballet will join forces again to stage one of the most beautiful Shakespeare’s plays – A Midsummer Night’s Dream. This story has been an inspiration to many composers throughout history. Benjamin Britten composed music for opera, Frederick Ashton wrote an one-act ballet, but it was not before 1962 that George Balanchine did choreography for the homonymous music piece composed by Felix Mendelssohn.  Moreover, he added parts from some other Mendelssohn’s works and thus with music and choreography rounded off  this beautiful story of love and magic. The choreography on the Teatro de Bellas Artes stage is signed by James Kelly, while ballet dancers and musicians are aware that only with the help of Srba Dinic will they succeed in conveying jointly and equally the artistic beauty of this ballet to their audience.

November 20th  2016. 17h

November 24th  2016. 20h

November 27th  2016. 17h

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City