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World Ballet Festival Benois de la Danse to be Held in Moscow
25.04.2014 11:04
World Ballet Festival Benois de la Danse to be Held in Moscow

The world ballet festival Benois de la Danse-2014 will take place on stage of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow on May 27 and 28.

      Leading world choreographers and dancers are going to compete for the prestigious award. Among the participants there will be three representatives of Russia, namely choreographer Alexey Ratmansky and dancers Polina Semionova and Victoria Tereshkina.

      The winners will be selected by an international jury consisting of directors of the largest ballet companies, outstanding choreographers, renowned ballet teachers, and world ballet stars.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Ballet Festivals in Moscow Concerts in Moscow Russian Ballet  

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