Libretto by Ivan Vsevolozhsky and Marius Petipa

 

Music: P. Tchaikovsky
Choreographer: M.Petipa

The Herald composed a ballet of the same name (literally: the forest Sleeping beauty — La Belle au bois dormant), on a libretto by Eugene scribe. This ballet premiered at the Paris Opera on 27 April 1829 staged by the ballet master J.-P. Omer with the participation of Maria Taglioni, Liz noble, etc.
The ballet the Sleeping beauty first premiered in 1890 at the Mariinsky theatre, continues its remarkable history is the third century in a row.
A new version of Tchaikovsky’s and Petipa were recognized as outstanding and the ballet took place among the masterpieces of the world ballet art.