A classical masterpiece, La Sylphide (pronounced Lah-seel-feed) is a romantic story about the insatiable human desire to find true love. When a forest fairy uses her magical gifts to attract a young Scotsman on the eve of his nuptials, the story unravels in a forest of uncertainty about whether love or longing is worthy of self-sacrifice.
Choreography by August Bournonville
Music by Herman Severin Løvenskiold
Musical Accompaniment by The Austin Symphony
The Long Center
8pm | Feb 11, 12
3pm | Feb 13
Ticket and more information at http://www.balletaustin.org