It will be interesting to find out what company and which Bournonville ballet...
A Star Dancer Looks for a New World to Conquer
By ROSLYN SULCAS
Published: February 7, 2007
LONDON — “I like a challenge,” said Johan Kobborg, backstage at the Royal Opera House, where he is a principal dancer with the Royal Ballet.
It was the day of the premiere in January of his “Napoli Divertissements,” extracts from August Bournonville’s 1842 three-act “Napoli,” which Mr. Kobborg had staged with his own choreographic additions. Also on the evening’s program was his version of Bournonville’s 1836 ballet “La Sylphide,” first staged for the Royal Ballet the previous season, and now in repertory until Feb. 9.