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First Ever 360 Virtual Reality Ballet Inspired by Swan Lake

Dutch National Ballet presents Night Fall, the first Virtual Reality ballet in the world

Enter a fascinating world where the boundary between dreams and reality seems to vanish. Through Virtual Reality Ballet, you become totally immersed in the story. Night Fall is inspired by the famous ‘white acts’ from Swan Lake and La Bayadère.

 

The music was especially composed for the film by Robin Rimbaud (Scanner) and is performed by violinist Pieter van Loenen.

An enchanting experience for ballet-lovers – but also for people who never go to ballet performances.

More about this project: http://www.operaballet.nl/vr

Virtual Reality Ballet

Team & cast
Concept & choreography – Peter Leung
Director – Jip Samhoud
Creative director – Marijn Korver
Music – Robin Rimbaud – Scanner
Violinist – Pieter van Loenen
3D audiodesign – Amp.Amsterdam door Bertus Pelser
Assistent choreographer – Angela Agresti

Principals – Anna Tsygankova, Artur Shesterikov
Corps de ballet – Nancy Burer, Lisanne Kottenhagen, Priscylla Gallo, Clara Superfine, Melissa Chapski, Emilie Tassinari, Hannah Williams, Belle Beasley

Dutch National Ballet created Night Fall in co-production with & Samhoud media and Chester Music. The film is powered by Samsung.

You can watch this VR film on the mobile app of Youtube on your smartphone. But for the best experience, we recommend using Samsung Gear VR or a smartphone in combination with a Cardboard. This will allow you to truly enter a different world.

 

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