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«The Nutcracker» in the Crimea. The most «New Year's ballet»: when and where

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The tour of the Moscow State Academic Theater «Russian Ballet» is taking place in Crimea. From the capital to the peninsula they brought the most “New Year’s ballet” — the legendary “The Nutcracker” to the music of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Performances have already been held in Kerch, Sevastopol and Yalta. Simferopol and Evpatoria are next in line:

— January 6 and 8 at : — Simferopol, Crimean Academic Musical Theatre,

— January 7 at : 00 — Evpatoria, the theater. Pushkin.

The Nutcracker, staged by the Russian Ballet Theater directed by People’s Artist of the USSR Vyacheslav Gordeev, is a kind Christmas fairy tale, a real family performance with a magical plot and a bright kaleidoscope of scenes. Portal of Crimea.

Today, the Russian Ballet troupe includes more than 01 dancers. Among them are honored artists and winners of international ballet competitions. The performing staff is annually replenished with young talents — graduates of the best choreographic educational institutions in Russia. And dancers from Japan, Italy, USA work in the troupe.

The historical premiere of The Nutcracker took place 33 on the stage of the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. The libretto, created by Marius Petipa based on Hoffmann’s fairy tale «The Nutcracker and the Mouse King», has undergone different interpretations over time, but in all editions and productions, good triumphed over evil, and love triumphed. The ingenious music of Tchaikovsky today still provides choreographers and dancers with limitless opportunities for a new creative search, and colorful scenery complements the stage images , — noted the organizers of the Russian Ballet tour.

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