Herman Severin Løvenskiold

La Sylphide


La Sylphide is not only the oldest of the classical ballets, but it also marks the start of dancing on pointe. It is the ultimate romantic masterpiece, which follows a young Scotsman who, on the day of his wedding, falls in love with a vision of a magical Sylph. The Bolshoi Theatre and Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema showcase Johan Kobborg’s production, which conveys the spirit of the ballet in this romantic tale. Anastasia Stashkevich appears as Sylph and Semyon Chudin as James in the pursuit of unattainable love.


English, french, russian


1 hour 42 minutes with one intermission

Act 1

49 min


15 min

Act 2

38 min




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