The ballet "Women in d-moll" is permeated with the admiration of J.S.Bach's genius. It is Bach's polyphony that was the source of the choreographer's inspiration: "The whole plastic texture of the ballet is entirely polyphonic. The tragic story of a non-existent women's friendship is but a pretext for the unfolding of sophisticated multi-figural compositions and poignant duets
The final part of the ballet, owing to the combination of Bach's cosmic music and modern expressive plastique, can be compared in its scale to a Biblical tragedy. The costume designer Dmytro Kuryata succeeded in solving the choreographer's task set before him - he managed to reproduce the atmosphere of the age of Bach. According to the story, there are 16 main heroines in the ballet - all the women's parts are performed by men.
Premiered on the stage on June 18 and 19, 2014