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Moscow Ballet: 'Swan Lake'

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The Moscow Ballet returns to the Palma Auditorium with this classic piece from its repertoire in its original version. Swan Lake is the first of the three ballets composed by Piotr Llich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) and has become the most performed work in the entire history of dance. Directed by Timur Fayziev, Cristina Terentiev, Anatolie Ustimov and Alexei Terentiev perform as soloists.

It was performed for the first time in 1877 at the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow with a choreography by Julius Reisinger, although it was not well received. It was with the work of the choreographers Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, in 1895, that the work achieved success. Petipa was in charge of the first and third acts; Ivanov of the second and fourth.

One of the most symbolic moments of this ballet are the melancholic and mysterious notes of the oboe announcing the presence of the swan-princess in the lake.

Founded by Timur Fayziev in 1989, the Moscow Ballet was the only one from all over Russia invited to participate in 1991 in the last tour of England, Norway and Sweden of the legendary dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev.

 
From 35 €

Platea: € 40
Amphitheater: € 35

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Wednesday

10 November 2021

21:00 h.

   
Address Passeig Marítim, 18. - Palma de Mallorca
Phone (0034) 971 73 53 28
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