Don Quixote‘s tale of two young lovers, Kitri and Basilio, based on Miguel de Cervantes’s novel “Don Quixote de la Mancha”, rendered in an entertaining comedy ballet by Chiara Ajkun. Set to the score of Leon Minkus with additional music by Anton Simon and Ricardo Drigo, the ballet offers powerful leaps and spins, spectacular partnering and graceful ballerinas. Performed by the Ajkun Ballet Theatre.
Venue: Theater at Hostos
450 Grand Concourse
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