Ondine variation Costume
This costume is hand sewn and hand decorated and is made to measure Measuring And Size charts
The ballet “Ondine” is a romantic ballet in three acts that was originally choreographed by August Bournonville with a score composed by Cesare Pugni. The ballet premiered at the Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark, on November 28, 1839. The story of “Ondine” is inspired by Friedrich de la Motte Fouqué’s novella “Undine,” which is about a water nymph or spirit.
The ballet tells the story of a water nymph named Ondine who falls in love with a mortal man named Palemon. However, their love faces challenges due to the supernatural nature of Ondine and the human nature of Palemon. The ballet explores themes of love, betrayal, and the clash between the world of the spirits and the world of humans.