Earlier this month, we released ten new performing arts shows and theatrical productions, now available for on-demand video streaming on Cennarium!

At Cennarium, we’re working hard to make the performing arts more accessible, affordable, and available to performing arts lovers worldwide.

Looking for something new to add to your performing arts enjoyment? Check out our latest releases that you can now stream on your computer, laptop, and mobile device anywhere, anytime.




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Genre/Category: Dance
Country of Origin: United States

This show is the first ever film adaptation of Daniel Defoe’s extraordinary 17th-century novel Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress. Roxana tells the story of an ambitious, modern-day courtesan. This production, set in the 20th-centur setting, integrates music, dance, and drama to highlight the complex relationship between material ambition and sexuality. Roxana stars Greta Hodgkinson, Rex Harrington, Christopher Body and Sheila McCarthy.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/roxana


Tango Pasión


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Genre/Category: Documentary
Country of Origin: Germany

This passionate documentary focuses on the famous Tango Argentino in Berlin, Germany. Tango Argentino is the largest tango community outside of Argentina. Directed by Kordula Hildebrandt, this documentary showcases dancers who have had a huge influence over the years and gained worldwide recognition from their work in Tango Argentino.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/tango-pasion


The Orangery Nights: Boléro and other dance works


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Genre/Category: Dance
Country of Origin: France

This collection of dance performances is perfect for dance aficionados worldwide to enjoy. It features four spectacular numbers: Bolero (music by Maurice Ravel), Seven Greek Dances (music by Mikis Theodorakis), Etude Pour Une Dame Aux Camelias (music by Frédéric Chopin and Francesco Cilea), and Bhakti III (featuring traditional Indian music).

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/orangery-nights-bolero-dance-works


Baden-Baden 2017: Tosca


Baden-Baden 2017: Tosca

Genre/Category: Opera
Country of Origin: Germany

This production of Puccini’s Tosca offers a fresh, modern-day view of the beloved opera classic. This rendition, filmed at the 2017 Easter Festival in Baden-Baden, Germany, stars Kristine Opolais as Tosca. The Berliner Philharmoniker provides orchestrations, led by conductor Sir Simon Rattle.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/baden-baden-2017-tosca


Nikulin Circus


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Genre/Category: Circus
Country of Origin: Russia

This show features Nikulin, one of the longest-running and most well-respected circuses in Russia. Legends and famous artists, including Karandash and Yuri Nikulin have performed in its historic home building, which was constructed in 1880, based in central Moscow.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/nikulin-circus




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Genre/Category: Opera
Country of Origin: Belgium

Hamlet, one of Shakespeare’s famous plays, tells the tragic tale of the titular character and Ophelia. This unique production transforms the play into an opera, showcasing opposite poles of real and feigned madness, love, and avenge exhibited by the performers. The show, directed by Olivier Py, features music composed by Ambroise Thomas, with musical direction by Marc Minkowski.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/hamlet


Vespro della Beata Vergine


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Genre/Category: Concert
Country of Origin: France

Filmed in 2014 at Chapelle Royale – Château de Versailles in France, this concert offers a unique encounter between conductor Sir John Eliot Gardiner, composer Claudio Monteverdi, and France’s Versailles. Sir John Eliot Gardiner directs the Monteverdi Choir, English Baroque Soloists, and Les Pages du Centre de musique baroque de Versailles in this moving and vivid musical experience.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/vespro-della-beata-vergine


Two Ballerinas at the Royal Ballet


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Genre/Category: Documentary
Country of Origin: United States

This documentary features two of The Royal Ballet‘s outstanding ballerinas, Darcey Bussell and Viviana Durante. Partnered by Irek Mukhamedov and Zoltan Solymosi, Durante and Bussell perform dances, from the 19th-century classic Swan Lake to modern and contemporary works. Viewers also get a behind-the-scenes look at the company’s dance and teaching methods and how they made sacrifices to achieve success in today’s world of dance.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/two-ballerinas-royal-ballet


Ravel by Cherkaoui/Verbruggen


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Genre/Category: Dance
Country of Origin: Belgium

For many choreographers, French composer Maurice Ravel remains a source of inspiration. In this dance production, artistic director and choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and rising talent Jeroen Verbruggen take their vision of Ravel’s music to the stage. Dance fanatics are sure to enjoy special surprises, performed by the Royal Ballet Flanders/Ballet Vlaanderen.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/ravel-cherkaoui-verbruggen


Malandain Ballet Biarritz: Roméo et Juliette


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Genre/Category: Dance
Country of Origin: Spain

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet tells the tragic fate of two young and innocent lovers, whose deaths reconcile their feuding and powerful families: the Montagues and the Capulets. Featuring choreography by Thierry Malandain, this contemporary rendition of the classic showcases arabesques, pirouettes, and jumps, as performed by Malandain Ballet Biarritz.

Learn more: cennarium.com/show/malandain-ballet-biarritz-romeo-et-juliette


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