A ballet night with a variety of dance techniques and themes, from classic ballet to rhythms of jazz. Coppelia is inspired by the short story of Hoffman 'The man who closes the children's eyes'. The choreographer takes advantage of the third act, and specifically the feast of marriage of Swanilda and Frants, which is appropriate for alternation of dance solos and duets. The 'Buccaneer' is based on the homonymous poem of Byron, talking for the love of the poet Conrad with the Greek Mendora. The third in turn play 'Bird Man' is summarized in the words of Richard Bach: 'To fly at the speed of thought, that is everywhere, you have to start, knowing that you have already arrived'. 'Devoted to Klotildi' is the title of the fourth choreography, presenting in Tsaikofski's music. Very few in this camp survived. She was the only one to endure for two whole years. Klotildi, an existing person, is today 85 years old living in France'. Finally, in the play 'Return to South' in Luis Armstrong music, we see a combination of traditional jazz and modern forms.