Nijinska evokes the name of one of the greatest dancers of the 20th century whose early dementia cut short his career: Vaslav Nijinski. However, the Russian choreographer Bronislava Nijinska, lived and went down in history - in the shadow of her brother - in a conscious decision and deepened by the winds of anonymity of that time for women. The years would show Bronislava Nijinska's genius in the development of dance. On the one hand, she left behind such landmark works as Les Noces, Les Biches and Le Train Bleue; magnificent collaborations with the likes of Cocó Chanel and composers such as Igor Stravinsky; and she would inspire the choreographers who would take over the creative baton in the 20th century, such as George Balanchine and Frederic Ashton.
Concept and Choreography: Avatâra Ayuso Music (original score): José Luis Dominguez Dramaturgy: Ignacio Vleming Musical direction: Pedro-Pablo Prudencio Set and costume design: Jorge Chino González Lighting: Ricardo Castro Dancers: Ballet of Santiago Music: Philharmonic Orchestra of Santiago