M. Petipa / Solymosi T. / Mirzoyan A. / Prokofieva I. / L. Minkus / É. Deldevez / L. Delibes / R. Drigo / D. Auber


classic ballet

Ballet divertissement

Hungarian premiere

Few works in classical ballet history have as many versions as the Paquita suite, also known as the Paquita Grand pas (classique). The new piece was created by Marius Petipa on the basis of the French ballet Paquita by working together with composer Ludwig Minkus to select the main musical numbers. Ever since the original premiere in Russia in 1882, the piece has used as many variations and solos, including additions from external sources, as dreamed up by the choreographer of the given production. In fact, a unique attribute of the piece is that the performing dancers often determine the numbers to dance or even perform choreographies prepared specifically for them.

László Kovács
Solo female
Tatiana Melnik
Solo male
Gergő Ármin Balázsi
Pas de trois girl 1. (Petipa / Minkus / Deldevez: Paquita)
Cristina Balaban
Pas de trois girl 2. (Petipa / Minkus / Deldevez: Paquita)
Lili Felméry
Pas de trois boy (Petipa / Minkus / Deldevez: Paquita)
Ryosuke Morimoto
Spanish variation (Petipa / Minkus: Grand Pas)
Diana Kosyreva
Auber variation (Gzovsky / Auber: Grand Pas)
Junnosuke Nakamura
Armida variation (Fokin / Tcherepnin: Le Pavillon d Armide)
Matilde Noemi Barbaglia
Talisman varition (Petipa / Gusev / Drigo: The Talisman pas de deux)
András Rónai
Trilby variation (Petipa / Gerber: Trilby)
Elena Sharipova
Sylphide variation (Petipa / Drigo: La Sylphide (1892))
Tatiana Melnik
Male variation (Petipa / Minkus / Deldevez: Paquita)
Gergő Ármin Balázsi
First female duo
Lea Földi Adrienn Horányi
Second female duo
Inès Furuhashi-Huber Adema Omarova
Third female duo
Ellina Pokhodnykh Anastasiia Konstantinova
Paquita girls
Aglaja Sawatzki Liudmila Mizinova Yuliya Golovyna Sorokina Nadezhda Anna Krupp Yuiko Adachi Barbara Kerényi Lisa Roselli


Premiere: April 22, 2022