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Mariinsky Theater Closed its 232nd Season
3.08.2015 13:42
Mariinsky Theater  Closed its 232nd Season

On August 2 the Mariinsky Theater closed its 232nd season with two masterpieces by Pyotr Tchaikovsky: opera The Nutcracker and ballet Eugene Onegin.

      In the season of 2014-2015 the Mariinsky Theater troupes (including ballet, opera, orchestra, and chorus) toured around 16 countries and performed in 28 cities of Russia and more than 49 cities abroad. The most remarkable performances were those in Russian cities during the Easter Festival, and tours in Vladivostok and Khabarovsk, as well as in the USA, Japan, China and Great Britain.

      The most large-scale events were shows in the South and North America, where the best ballets of the Mariinsky Theater’s repertoire were shown: The Swan Lake, Corsair, Cinderella, The Sacred Spring (choreography by Vatslav Nizhinsky), and ballets staged by Mikhail Fokin.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mariinsky Theater Russian Ballet Russian Opera   

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