Russian Ballet Night


Sat Aug 12th 2017 at 21:00 until 23:00
Greek Islands, Chora of Andros, Cyclades Islands, Andros

Event Details

The turn of the centuries always witnessed the appearance of new art trends. Every epoch was depicted by contemporaries and it provoked new ideas and thoughts. “The Crown of Russian Ballet” was founded in 2002 as the choreography of the day demanded new repertoire. The first production was Cross Winds to Chopin’s music. Now, years after, this performance as well as other productions of this company, is included in the theatres’ repertoire around the globe. Last year Cross Winds was a huge success at the Metropolitan Classical Ballet, USA.
“The Crown of Russian Ballet” also stages such pieces as Daylight Leaves the Earth, Gypsy Motives, Romeo and Juliet, Juno and Avos, Carmen, Tristan and Isolde, Kursk Songs. Every theater’s repertory is based on classical ballets. Gems by Petipa, Fokine, Gorsky, as well as lyrics by Pushikin, Esenin, Lermontov and music by Tchaikovsky, Musorgsky, Stravinsky will always be masterpieces. They convey eternal values to every generation. “The Crown of Russian Ballet” boasts of such pieces as the Nutcracker, Cinderella, Swan Lake, Don Quixote, and Giselle, etc…
Dancers develop their talent on classical choreography. The company consists of the best Russian choreography schools graduates.
“The Crown of  Russian Ballet” has toured successfully in Russia and around the globe: in the Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, France, Denmark, Sweden, USA, Great Britain, Canada, Germany, Finland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Luxembourg, India, Switzerland, Austria, China, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambya, Israel, Japan, Sri-Lanka, China, Romania, Lebanon,  Kazakhstan, Marocco, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates. In May 2006 “The Crown of Russian Ballet”, gave the first in Eastern Africa ballet performance ever.
Artistic Directors: Anatoly Emelianov.
The CROWN RUSSIAN OF BALLET  cooperates with leading artists of different theaters, including artists from the Bolshoi, Mariinsky, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko, and others.


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