Gabriele Togni, Alfred Grambone, Alfred Grambone, Dzmitry Prokharau, Gabriela Kubacka, Malika Tokkozhina, Martyna Dobosz, Malika Tokkozhina, Julia Galambos, Gabriele Coz, Mizuki Kurosawa, Mariana Morfin, Neshama Nashman, Yauheni Yatskevich, Leonardo Cusinato, Filip Świeczkowski, Maciej Pluskowski, Iwona Socha, Paula Maciołek, Monika Korybalska, Ewa Menaszek, Kornel Rabus, Stanisław Gacek, Rafał Szumera, Rafał Kuźma, Jacek Wróbel, Roland Rajzer, Alan Bochnak, Rafał Piętka-Wodyński
Shakespeare’s work has often been a source of inspiration for composers. In his Midsummer Night’s Dream he admired 17-year-old Mendelssohn to such an extent that he created his famous concert overture for Shakespeare’s comedy, and a dozen years later, at the request of the Prussian king, music for the whole work, including such recognisable parts as Scherzo and the Wedding March. Mendelssohn’s melodic, light, lyrical, romantic, with strongly marked fantasy, music became an inspiration for choreographers. The Midsummer Night’s Dream had many ballet versions, their creators were as famous as M. Petipa, M. Fokin or G. Balanchine.