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Date(s) - 29 Oct, 2021 - 31 Oct, 2021
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

TAM Teatro Arcimboldi Milano


About the performance

For three days, Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote virtually transports the audience of Milan’s Teatro degli Arcimboldi in a fascinating Spain, between dances of gypsies, fandango, matadores, windmills and the suspended whiteness of the garden of the Dryads.
After numerous productions based on extracts from one of the ballets that made Nureyev famous, the corps de ballet of the Teatro alla Scala returns to interpret Don Quixote in its entirety with freshness, joy, virtuosity and choreographic richness.

More about the ballet

The interpretation of Don Quixote is probably one of the most challenging ones in the ballet scene, as it requires superb technique in the variations and especially in the final grand pas de deux celebrating the triumph of love.
Surrounded by stage settings by Raffaele Del Savio and Anna Anni, on the notes of Minkus’ music, the adventures of Don Quixote and his faithful squire Sancho Panza intersect, serving as a pretext for a love story and an evening of scintillating dance. Amidst escapes, deceptions and disguises, Don Quixote will dance with his Dulcinea, the young Kitri and the barber Basilio eventually celebrate their love.

Tickets and Information

On 29 October starting at 8pm;
On 30 October starting at 2.30pm and at 8pm;
On 31 October starting at 2.30pm.

Tickets starting from 20 euro.

Tickets are available online at the official online ticket office (in Italian)

The Green Pass is required to access the performance.

For additional information, please check www.teatroarcimboldi.it

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