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Summer Ballet Seasons Opened with The Swan Lake
2.07.2015 14:20
Summer Ballet Seasons Opened with The Swan Lake

 Summer Ballet Seasons have been opened in Moscow for the 15th time.


      

The Summer Ballet Seasons will last in the capital of Russia for two months, till August 28. The Swan Lake by Pyotr Tchaikovsky has traditionally been the first performance of the annual festival.


      

As the founder and art director of the project Alla Nemodruk said, the festival program includes masterpieces of world choreography, such as Romeo and Juliette, The Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote, etc.


      

Within 15 years of its existence the Summer Ballet Seasons welcomed the Milan Ballet of Carlo Pesta, Smirnov Ballet, the Russian National Ballet Theater under the leadership of Vladimir Moiseyev and Evgeny Amosov, Kiev Modern Ballet headed by Radu Poklitaru, and others.


      

 




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Summer Ballet Seasons Russian Ballet    

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