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Mariinsky Theater's Primorye Stage Replenished with Children's Ballets
August 13, 2016 22:29


The repertoire of the Primorye Stage of the Mariinsky Theater in September will be enriched with two one-act ballets for children, namely Bamby and In the Jungles based on Felix Zalten's novels.
The ballets staged by Anton Pimonov to Andrey Golovin's music (Bamby) and Aleksander Lokshin (In the Jungles)  premiered at the Mariinsky Theater in 2015. They are intended for the youngest audience above six years of age.
Another vivid event of the season opening will be Beethoven Festival. For two days the audience will be have an opportunity to listen to all of the great composer's piano concerts performed by the Symphonic Orchestra of the Primorye Stage of the Mariinsky Theater headed by the famous Russian pianist Alexey Volodin under conductorship of Pavel Smelkov.
Already on August 13 the Primorye Stage will open its season with Mozart's opera Magic Flute that was staged by Alain Maratr and premiered in May this year. Besides the operas Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, The Tale of Tsar Saltan by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, Carmen by Georges Bizet, and the ballets Firebird by Igor Stravinsky, Giselle by Adolf Adan and The Swan Lake by Pyotr Tchaikovsky will be performed.
Since January 1 the former Primorye Opera and Ballet Theater in Vladivostok has acquired the status of the Prymorye Stage of the Mariinsky Theater. Affiliation to the Mariinsky Theater has made it possible to increase its budget up to 930 million rubles, which is three times more of the amount allocated from the regional budget for 2015 and considerably expand its repertoire due to transfer of a few stage productions from the main stage to Primorye.


Sources: http://tass.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mariinsky Theatre Primorye Territory Vladivostok Russian Theatre  

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