VIDEO | Dojcinovski on the children's ballet play "Peter Pan": Each of us has a child inside us who does not want to grow up
At the National Opera and Ballet on March 31, the youngest audience, but other generations will be able to enjoy the children's ballet play Peter Pan. The characters from James Matthew Berry's cult novel, Peter Pan, Wendy, Captain Hook, The Lost Boys and others will come to life on stage through the performance of ballerinas from the Art Ballet Studio from Skopje. The choreography and direction is by Irena Lozinska, the script and songs by Risto Samardziev, and the music by Vladimir Dojchinovski. Elena Vangelovska is in charge of the costumes, and Ljupcho Jovanov is in charge of the scenography. On the NOB stage, in addition to the ballerinas from Art Ballet, professional ballet dancers from the NOB ensemble Veselin Trajkovski and Nicolas Alejandre Hourceau will perform.
-"Peter Pan" as a work is an inexhaustible inspiration for films, ballet performances, musicals, That story is always interesting and has even been included in our educational system as a reading for the 4th grade. Our play specifically has 6 scenes, the music is orchestral, there is no classical libretto, but songs. It has London, flying, crocodiles, costumes, lights and it's nice to see 112 children, of different ages. It will be very interesting to watch, because each of us has a child inside us that does not want to grow up. It has to be heard and experienced, says Vladimir Dojchinovski, who is the author of the music in this ballet performance, in his guest appearance on the "Morning Press" show.
Tickets for the show are already on sale for both shows on March 31, starting at 17.30:20 p.m. and XNUMX:XNUMX p.m.
Watch the entire conversation with Vladimir Dojchinovski in the video: