Action takes place in Scotland
James, The Young Effie's groom is sleeping by the fireplace. Sylphide Appears. She dances around James and wakes him up with a kiss. James wants to catch Sylphide, but she disappears. The young man is troubled by the appearance of the charming Fantastic Beast.
The witch Madge comes to predict the future of the two young people and says that they will not marry. Enraged, James banishes the witch. Madge leaves with a desire to take revenge. During the nuptial ceremony, Sylphide appears again, but she is only seen by James. She kidnaps James ' wedding ring and disappears. James rushes after her, leaving Effie.
An enchanted forest. Madge bewitches over a steam boiler. She holds in her hands a transparent scarf. James appears exhausted by his powers : he cannot find Sylphide. But here she again appears to him. James heads towards her, but Sylphide is untouchable. The witch gives James The Enchanted scarf with which he can master the mysterious Sylphide. James throws the scarf over her shoulders, but her touch is fatal to Sylphide. Her fins dissipate, and with them the life of Sylphide ends. James desperately laments her, and in the distance a nuptial retinue unfolds: Effie marries Gurn ...
Conductor: Svetlana Popov, People's Artist
Libretto: Filippo Talioni
Classical choreography: August Bournonville
Coordinating choreographer: Anastasia Homitcaia, People's Artist
Set designer: Iurie Matei, People's Artist
Costume painter: Alina Rotaru
Musical leadership: Svetlana Popov, People's Artist
Anastasia Homitcaia, People's Artist
Ballet in two acts