The "Pas de Quatre" is a ballet divertissement, a
ballet with no plot, but just a choreography for the demonstration
The "Pas de Quatre" represents the first effort in
the history of ballet to persuade four of the most famous ballerinas
to appear together. M TaglionI, C. Crisi, F Cerrito,
and L. Grahn.
Even though the dancers caused greats problems to the choreographer
J. Perrot with their requirements, the performance
that took place in London 1845, to music by C.Pugni,
left the public and critics, speechless, and was discussed for
a long time after.
This choreography is the best interpretation of the romantic
era of dance.
1996: was performed (Professional Level Preparatory
class of the School of the Municipal Ballet School of Larissa)
Ioanna Lagou, Nikoletta Mpatzalexi, Vassiliki Soultouki, Nancy
2002: was performed by the Thessalian Ballet
1) Nikoleta Mpatzalexi,
2) Ioanna Lagou,