- La Sylphide delights as National Ballet spring opener: review
- La Sylphide, the 180-year-old, Romantic era dance-drama that opened the National Ballet of Canada's almost-spring season on Wednesday, is a reminder of two timeless lessons. First, the grass is rarely greener on the other side. Second, be nice to old ...
- New York City Ballet suits up for courage and soars in 'La Sylphide'
- “La Sylphide,” Bournonville's tragic love story between a man and a misty highland creature, is not the usual fare for NYCB, a company with a strong contemporary focus.
- Venerable La Sylphide returns to the stage
- The two-act La Sylphide was first produced in Paris, then the world's undisputed ballet capital, in 1832.
- BWW Review: NEW YORK CITY BALLET Triumphs With 'La Sylphide' and 'Tschaikovsky
- Peter Martins's reconstruction of the 1836 tragicomedy "La Sylphide" and Balanchine's 1972 update of "Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No.
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