The Harlem Tulip

La Tulipe de Haarlem (ru: Гарлемский тюльпан) is a fantastic ballet in three acts[1] and four scenes, with choreography by Lev Ivanov and music by Baron Boris Fitinhoff-Schell, first presented by the Imperial Ballet on 16 October [O.S. 4 October] 1887[1] at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia, with Emma Bessone (as Emma), Pavel Gerdt (as Peters), and Alfred Bekefy (as Andreas).

Emma Bessone as Emma in the Ivanov/Fintinhof-Schell The Haarlem Tulip, St. Petersburg, 1887.

RevivalsEdit

 
Mariia Anderson as Emma in the Ivanov/Fintinhof-Schell The Haarlem Tulip, St. Petersburg, 1892.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Volynskiĭ, A.L. (2008). Ballet's Magic Kingdom: Selected Writings on Dance in Russia, 1911-1925. Yale University Press. p. 18. ISBN 0300142498.