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<h3 class="productDescriptionSource">Press Reviews
"Natalia Osipova, making her debut with the Royal, is, yet again, a revelation. Through the quality of her dancing and dramatic imagination she manages to hold two conflicting forces in play, Giselle as a drama of the gothic supernatural and Giselle as a human love story. The ending is as tragic as any Giselle I've seen." (The Guardian ★★★★★)
"A Giselle even better than anticipated, which given [Natalia Osipova's] performance in the same role with the Mikhailovsky ballet last year was no mean feat.
Heroically partnered by Carlos Acosta as the duplicitous-then-remorseful Count Albrecht, Osipova in Act I floats on air and spins in reckless ecstasy, in an interpretation both technically and artistically supreme.
... Her ballon and elevation are unique: she appears virtually to be able to will herself into mid-air, to hang there unsupported. I have never seen a Giselle either so ethereal or ... so eloquently imploring or forgiving, every supernaturally weightless hop and flicker of those long arms magically moulded into an expression of love. By the time Osipova's Giselle makes her desperately moving departure retreating into the morning mist with such delicacy that she genuinely seems to dissolve into it you know you have been in the presence of greatness.
[...] Peter Wright and John Macfarlane's production is the most beautiful there is, and this was truly a night to remember" (The Telegraph ★★★★★)
"Natalia Osipova's Giselle is the most radical I ve ever seen. Not because she takes any liberties with this Romantic classic she dances with pure line, superb technique and feeling for the ballet's style but because her dramatic intelligence brings it to such fresh, burning life. The Royal Ballet looks energised by its new star, with a strong company performance around her. Acosta partners her with devoted care, and responds to her dazzling dancing with renewed sharpness and attack of his own. " (The Independent ★★★★★)
Natalia Osipova (Giselle)
Carlos Acosta (Albrecht)
Thomas Whitehead (Hilarion)
Deidre Chapman (Berthe)
Hikaru Kobayashi (Myrtha (Queen of the Wilis))
Johannes Stepanek (Wilfred)
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House; Boris Gruzin
Stage Director: Christopher Carr
Television Director: Ross MacGibbon
Designer: John MacFarlane
Choreographer: Marius Petipa; Peter Wright
Catalogue Number: OA1144D
Date of Performance: 2014
Running Time: 113 minutes
Sound: LPCM & DTS Master Audio 5.1
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic
Label: Opus Arte