Salt Creek Ballet
The Ballet Master Fyodor Lopukhov later restaged the ballet as Harlequinade in a one act version for the Ballet of the Maly Theatre of Leningrad. The production premiered on 13 June 1933. Audiences outside of Russia are perhaps most familiar with George Balanchine's revival, which the Ballet Master staged as Harlequinade for the New York City Ballet. This production that premiered at the New York State Theater in New York City on 4 February 1965.
Riccardo Drigo's score spawned the popular piece known as the Serenade, which the composer later transformed into a song under the title Notturno d'amour.
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