Last Friday, February the 16th, Master Ullate brought back to life one of his most fabulous choreographies, “Don Quixote”.

It was at the Staatsballet Berlin (Germany) at 6 P.M.

The Spanish dancer and choreographer Nacho Duato, found in his fellow countryman Víctor Ullate, the perfect way to say goodbye to his time as director of the Staatsballet Berlin, since he will leave this year that position.

A new version of this Classic that premiered on September the 26th, 1997 at the Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao with great ovation from a dedicated public.

The story of Don Quijote, the fighter against the windmills, the character created by Cervantes, is known not only for being one of the great works of universal literature but also as one of the most famous ballets of the Classical Repertoire.

The piece contains choreographies inspired by some of the sections of the original book, which highlights the Spanish touch, which accompanies the great love story between Kitri and Basilio.

Here you have a preview.

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