The world’s four great Russian theatres combine in a joint performance, starting with the 40th dancing anniversary of Ruzimatov, and Mikhailovsky’s Perren.
Ballet legend Farukh Ruzimatov has his 40th anniversary as a dancer, and with the elite Mikhailovsky Ballet, they stage unique themes from Shakespearian theatre, with “The Moor’s Pavane~Variations in the Theme of Othello~”. The psychological profile highlights unfold and transfix from deeply studied roles. Ruzimatov also choreographs an anticipated staging of “The Afternoon of a Faun” with prima ballerina Makharina, a friend from the Mariinsky Ballet, for a sexy and stylish piece.
The Mikhailovsky’s young star Venshchikov will unveil his original work “Onegin” of “Pa de Deux”. Russians love the works of Pushkin. Other works from this fun gala concert include “Le Spectre de la Rose” and “Don Quixote”.
There are only two days of performances with solos by Ruzimatov and Makhalina, Perren and Shemiunov`s duet, and other planned program features. Don’t miss a day to experience the passion and luxury of these artists.
“The Moor’s Pavane~Variations in the Theme of Othello~”
“L’après-midi d’un faune”
“Pas de Quatre”
“Sleeping Beauty”, Pa de Deux from Act 3
“Onegin”, Pa de Deux
“Don Quixote”, Grand Pa de Deux from Act 3
“Le Spectre de la Rose”
*The sound will be from a recording, not a live orchestra.
*Please note that the program is subject to change.
*Children below primary school age are not allowed admittance.
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