Fine dancing and theatrics in Singapore Ballet’s Coppelia

Kwok Min Yi debuted the role of Swanilda, ably supported by Satoru Agetsuma as Franz. PHOTO: SINGAPORE BALLET
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Esplanade Theatre
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For many ballet students and aficionados, the strains of Léo Delibes’ exuberant music for Coppelia would undoubtedly set feet tapping. A ballet from the late Romantic period characterised by mid-calf-length skirts and a preoccupation with magic, Coppelia is a well-loved staple.

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