The Ballet Boris Eifman Anna Karenine is a true condensed inner psychological energy that surprises with its precision on the emotional impact of the audience. Putting aside all the secondary stories in Leo Tolstoy's novel, the choreographer focuses on the Anna- Karenine-Vronsky love triangle.
Using the language of dance, Boris Eifman in his ballet succeeded in representing the drama of the rebirth of a woman. According to the choreographer, it is the passion of love, the first instinct, that led the heroine to break the social norms of morality, destroying her maternal love and destroying her inner world. Consumed and destroyed by passion, a woman is ready for any sacrifice.
The choreographer says that his ballet does not speak of the past but of today. The emotional and eternal content of the performance and the obvious parallels to reality can not leave contemporary vision indifferent. The mastered and brilliant technique of the dancers of the company as well as the surprising choreography of Boris Eifman present us in a remarkably impressive way all the aspects and the vicissitudes of Tolstoy's novel.
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