Musician, producer and actor Mick Jagger together with ballerina Melanie Hamrick creates a ballet to the music of his legendary band the Rolling Stones.
“Premiere as-yet-untitled works will be held next year on two of the world’s leading ballet festivals with the music of Jagger”, the newspaper writes. According to his representative, in ballet already included songs like You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Paint It Black and She’s a Rainbow. The title role will be performed by 31-year-old Hamrick.
First ballet, according to the newspaper, will be shown in April on the stage of the Mariinsky theatre in St. Petersburg, and then at Lincoln center in new York.
For half a century career, the group The Rolling Stones has released about 50 Studio and live albums, which sold worldwide circulation of more than 250 million copies. The band has performed dozens of concert tours, performing in front of a record number of viewers. The last Studio album of the band called Blue & Lonesome, was released in early December of this year. The collection, consisting of cover versions of Blues songs, was recorded over three days at London’s British Grove studios, owned by the founder of the group Dire Straits Mark Nopflera.