We’re talking about famous male dancers, so we must bring Baryshnikov to the table. His pure technique and charisma made him an incredible Albrecht. We already featured his Act II Variation during Giselle week, so here he is in Don Quixote. Charisma, indeed.
The title role in Giselle is regarded as the one of the most difficult in ballet, requiring impeccable technique and supreme acting from the leading ballerina. The same is true for Albrecht, the male lead in Giselle. He must convincingly express joy, sorrow, fear and true love all in the span of a 3 hour… Read More