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Symphony in Three Movements to Premiere in Mariinsky Theatre-2
29.12.2015 22:19
Symphony in Three Movements to Premiere in Mariinsky Theatre-2

Premiere of the ballet Symphony in Three Movements will be held in the Mariinsky Theatre-2 on December 30.

      The ballet is set to Igor Stravinsky's music in choreography of Radu Poklitaru. “This performance is my reflections about the price that a person has to pay for the right to be a personality”, – the choreographer mentioned.

      The main parts in the ballet are performed by Nadezhda Gonchar, Svetlana Ivanova, Aleksandra Iosifidi, Darya Pavlenko, Tatyana Tkachenko, Irina Tolchilshchikova, Svetlana Tychina, Ekaterina Chebykina, Alexander Sergeyev and Yury Smekalov.

      The premiere show on December 30 will be held under conductorship by Valery Gergiev.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mariinsky Theatre Russian Ballet    

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