The Hamburg Ballet Performs Nijinsky at War Memorial Opera House Reviews & Ratings
dark theme with very powerful choreographyreport as inappropriate
Perfect example of modern, continental European ballet.report as inappropriate
The dancers were phenomenal. It just seemed to keep going and going and going.....report as inappropriate
It was glorious. I am very happy I wentreport as inappropriate
Excellent. do not miss. Beautiful done. Go see this production.report as inappropriate
Amazing performance!report as inappropriate
Definitely not a traditional ballet performance. The leads were fantastic. Enjoyed immensely.
To be honest, I would have preferred to pay more for closer seats. The opera house is huge and the dress circle is quite a ways back.report as inappropriate
A very emotional ballet telling the story of Nijinsky's life. Though confusing at times with the characters, but the dancing and music with a full orchestra were wonderful.report as inappropriate
It was simply gorgeous! we had a wonderful evening thanks to you!
Many reiterated thanks.
This was by far the darkest ballet I have ever seen. I didn't care for it and would not ever see it again.report as inappropriate
Re-interpretation of Nijinsky's final performance and in 1919 and his descent into madness. The music and dancing were amazing. Part two may have been a bit too long but that is quibbling. Loved it!!report as inappropriate
Even better than I imagined it would be -- the dancers drew on an amazing combination of skills and athleticism and it provided evocative vignettes depicting Nijinsky's life and the period before and after WW1.report as inappropriate