Elena Mosuc will perform the role of Violetta on 18 and 20 July.
The Bolshoi is about to present The Taming of the Shrew, a ballet specially created for its Company by the illustrious choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot. The superlative ballerina Bernice Coppieters and the eminent French writer Goncourt prize-winner Jean Rouand have participated in the work on the ballet.
Dimitri Pittas will make his debut at the Bolshoi Theatre. Mr. Pittas will perform the role of Don Carlo on 25, 27 and 29 June.
In the UK-Russia Year of Culture 2014, when our theatres and even movie theatres are showcasing the best productions of leading English Companies, it is natural that London’s Royal Ballet should put in an appearance at the Bolshoi Theatre.
On the Bolshoi Theatre Main Stage the Royal Ballet will present a programme of one-act ballets (17 & 18 June) and one full-length ballet Manon (20 June, 2l June [at 1 and 7 p.m.], and 22 June).
As per tradition, the Bolshoi Ballet Company will be performing at the Opera House of Washington’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The Bolshoi’s Opera Company is to give two concert performances at the Theater an der Wien on 28th (The Tsar’s Bride) and 29th (The Golden Cockerel) April.
The first large scale exhibition dedicated to Fyodor Fyodorovsky at the Tretyakov Gallery
9 April — 3 August
In the Main foyer of the historic building of the Bolshoi Theatre, Vladimir Urin, General Director of the Bolshoi Theatre, presented to journalists the Theatre’s new Musical Director and Chief Conductor.
The Bolshoi Theatre is celebrating the 200thanniversary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth with a production of Don Carlo, one of the composer’s greatest operas.
The Bolshoi Theatre is marking the 200th anniversary of Richard Wagner’s birth with a revival of one of its most famous productions of the past ten years — Peter Konwitschny’s The Flying Dutchman.
Vladislav Lantratov is promoted from the Leading Soloist to Premier, Olga Smirnova — from the First Soloist to the Leading Soloist, Denis Rodkin — from Soloist to the First Soloist. Anna Okunyova, Yanina Parienko, Artemy Belyakov & Anton Savichev became Soloists.
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The Bolshoi theatre premieres Yuri Lyubimov’s new take on a Russian classic opera, Prince Igor.
The Bolshoi Ballet Company’s last visit to Australia was in 1994. It is now to appear with a full scale tour in Brisbane where it is awaited with growing impatience. All the performances will be at one venue QPAC’s (Queensland Performing Arts Centre) Lyric Theatre. Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland, is one of Australia’s major cities. The organizers are very proud of the ‘exclusive’ nature of this one-off tour and expect up to 24.000 to attend. “It is a huge coup for Brisbane, anybody who has the slightest interest in ballet and its history will be heading to Brisbane”, they say.
FROM 28 TO 31 MARCH 2013 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BOLSHOI THEATRE’S CENTURY OF the RITE of SPRING — CENTURY OF NEW ART FESTIVAL the world première will take place at the Theatre of a new production of Igor Stravinsky’s ballet Le Sacre du printemps by the well-known Russian choreographer Tatiana Baganova. The new Rite of Spring will form part of a double bill with Mats Ek’s Appartement — another new work in the Ballet Company’s repertoire.
The première of Wayne McGregor’s version of The Rite of Spring is postponed. The new date for this work will be announced once Sergei Filin, the Bolshoi Theatre Ballet Company’s Artistic Director, is well enough to resume his duties.
Artem Ovcharenko is promoted from the Leading Soloist to Premier, Kristina Kretova — from the First Soloist to the Leading Soloist, Anastasia Meskova & Vitaly Biktimirov — from Soloists to the First Soloists. Kristina Karasyova, Yulia Lunkina, Karim Abdullin, Igor Tsvirko became Soloists.
Mr Iksanov, the Bolshoi Theatre Director General, announced the appointment of Galina Stepanenko, the former ballerina of the company, as Interim Bolshoi Ballet Director.
Sketch for stage decoration by A.Sevbo.
A long-expected ballet for children will be premiered on December 21, 22 (12.00 & 19.00) and 23 at the Bolshoi Theatre (New Stage).
Pavel Dmitrichenko and Vladislav Lantratov are promoted to the Leading Soloists.
Rehearsals are already underway. Soon we are going to see the premiere of the ballet in a new choreographic version. Choreographer Yury Grigorovich tells about his creation.
Maria Vinogradova is promoted to the Soloist.
La Traviata, one of the most popular world operas, returns to the stage of the Bolshoi Theater after a
Anna Tikhomirova is promoted from Soloist to the First Soloist. Denis Rodkin — from Artist to the Soloist.
“Worldwide ballet — ballet from different corners of the world which we gather together on our stage, positioning ourselves as part of a single whole — the worldwide ballet web”.
Anastasia Stashkevich and Artem Ovcharenko are promoted from the First Soloists to the Leading Soloists; Olga Smirnova and Denis Savin — from the Soloists to the First Soloists; Anzhelina Vorontsova, Daria Khokhlova — from the Artists to the Soloists.
Ekaterina Krysanova appears as Jeanne, Vyacheslav Lopatin — as Philippe, Anastasia Stashkevich — as Adeline, Kristina Kretova — as Mireille de Poitiers.
Mariinsky star Diana Vishneva is to make her debut in the part of Coralie.
Evgenia Obraztsova is to dance the title part in La Sylphide — for the first time with Bolshoi Ballet.
Anna Nikulina is promoted from the First Soloist to the Leading Soloist; Pavel Dmitrichenko — from the Soloist to the First Soloist; Dmitry Zagrebin — from the Artist to the Soloist.
Mr Hallberg will make his debut in Swan Lake with Bolshoi Ballet opposite Svetlana Zakharova.
On 9 October, the Bolshoi Theatre and the French Company Pathe Live (former CielEcran), are to continue their live performances in real time of Bolshoi Ballet productions, with a screening of La Esmeralda. Maria Alexandrova, Ruslan Skvortsov, Ekaterina Krysanova and Denis Savin will dance the lead roles.
The Bolshoi Theatre is again to produce the most caustic and paradoxical of Rimsky-Korsakov’s operas, the most “unfairytale-like” of all his tales, the tale about the golden cockerel.
A memorial plaque, dedicated to the remarkable Russian choreographer, Merited Artist of the Imperial Theatres, Alexander Gorsky
Vуacheslav Lopatin is promoted from the First Soloist to the Leading Soloist; Anastasia Stashkevich and Vladislav Lantratov - from Soloists to the First Soloists; Chinara Alizade, Уulia Grebenshcikova and Anna Tikhomirova - from Artists to the Soloists.
Under the umbrella of the Year of Italy in Russia and of the international cooperation between Dresden and Moscow, the semi-finals and final of the Competizione dell’opera, the international competition for singers of Italian opera, will take place at the Bolshoi Theatre. It is the first time that this competition, which up to now has always been held in Germany, will take place in Russia.
The program of the tour includes several performances of Eugene Onegin and a symphony concert.
The Bolshoi Theatre and CielEcran are going to broadcast live performance in real time of Bolshoi Ballet production of Coppelia in over 300 cinemas in 22 countries. (Beginning at 5 p.m. Paris time.) The leading parts will be taken by Natalia Osipova and Vyacheslav Lopatin. For a complete list of the cinemas consult the www.cielecran.com site.
The Benois de la Danse Prize will be awarded for the nineteenth time to the most outstanding members of the world dance community for the works they created in the year 2010.
Ottavio Marino is to give his first performance with the Bolshoi Theatre. He'll conduct La Boheme on May 3 & 2.
The Bolshoi Ballet presents the world premiere of Lost Illusions. An unprecedented occasion: taking part in the production are three former Bolshoi Theatre artistic directors of recent years: composer — Leonid Desyatnikov, choreographer — Alexei Ratmansky and conductor — Alexander Vedernikov. From such an experienced team interesting results can be expected!
Ruslan Pronin, the former Bolshoi Ballet soloist, has been appointed the Bolshoi Ballet Assistant Artistic Director.
In organizing the 2nd International Mstislav Rostropovich Festival, in honor of the maestro’s memory, the MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH Foundation has put a big stake on ballet by inviting the American Ballet Theatre, one of the two ‘top’ American ballet companies, to Moscow. The last major ABT tour to the Russian capital was over 40 years ago; the venue this time will be the Bolshoi Theatre New Stage.
The series of subscription concerts given by the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra, Chorus and Soloists at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall winds up with a program devoted to the works of Johannes Brahms, conducted by Maestro Vassily Sinaysky.
Sergei Filin, the former Bolshoi Ballet principal and the former Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre Ballet Director, has been appointed the Bolshoi Ballet Artistic Director.
The Bolshoi Theatre and CielEcran are going to broadcast live performance in real time of Bolshoi Ballet production of Don Quixote in over 300 cinemas in 22 countries. (Beginning at 5 p.m. Paris time.) The leading parts will be taken by Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev. For a complete list of the cinemas consult the www.cielecran.com site.
On March 3 and 5 the Bolshoi is presenting again a triple bill of one-act ballet - masterpieces of the 20th century. Works which have lost none of their contemporary appeal as we move into the 2lst century and are eminently suited to serve as reference points for new generations of choreographers.
The Year of the Russia in France and France in Russia cross-cultural exchange is over, but the mutual interest of these two countries for each other’s art is infinite! Under the aegis of last year’s Russo-French cultural program, the Bolshoi Theatre undertook the role of active organizer of the Paris Opera Ballet Company tour to Novosibirsk. This illustrious Company’s forthcoming season at the Bolshoi is a logical continuation of the project.
Bolshoi is again to perform on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace. Three performances of La Bayadere will run on February 3, 4, 5 and one performance of Don Quixote - on 27th.
The Bolshoi Ballet’s triumphant London tour last summer has brought it 3 nominations for the English Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards. And all of them are ours now! Bolshoi Ballet has considered to be the best among foreign companies visited Britain last year. Natalia Osipova has been acclaimed as the best female dancer, and Ivan Vasiliev — as the best male one.
The Bolshoi Theatre and CielEcran are going to broadcast live performance in real time of Bolshoi Ballet productions of Giselle and Class Concert in over 300 cinemas in 22 countries. (Beginning at 5 p.m. Paris time.) The leading parts in Giselle will be taken by Svetlana Lunkina and Dmitry Gudanov. Among the dansers taking part in Class Concert will be Maria Alexandrova, Maria Allash, Anna Antonicheva, Yelena Andrienko, Nina Kaptsova, Andrei Bolotin, Pavel Dmitrichenko, Vladislav Lantratov, Artem Ovcharenko, Yegor Khromushin.
For a complete list of the cinemas consult the www.cielecran.com site.
On 12 January the part of Jose will be sung by the young Brazilian tenor and winner of 2nd prize at the Operalia Competition, Thiago Arancam. The 11-14 January performances of Carmen will be conducted by Maestro Emmanuel Joel-Hornak, an acknowledged interpreter of the French opera repertoire.
The Bolshoi Theatre and CielEcran are going to broadcast live performance in real time of Bolshoi Ballet production of Nutcracker in over 300 cinemas in 22 countries. (Beginning at 5 p.m. Paris time.) The leading parts will be taken by Nina Kaptsova and Artyom Ovcharenko. For a complete list of the cinemas consult the www.cielecran.com site.
THE BOLSHOI THEATRE OF RUSSIA and CIELECRAN, the French TV Company, are happy to announce 4 live performances in real time of Bolshoi Ballet productions in over 300 cinemas in 22 countries. The Nutcracker is the first to be shown in cinemas. The live broadcast of this ballet will be on 19 December 2010, at 5 p.m. Paris time.
To wind up the France-Russia year, the Bolshoi Theatre, in association with Paris National Opera, is presenting its audiences with the WORLD PREMIEREof the opera The Cherry Orchard. And it is introducing a new name to the Russian public - that of composer Philippe Fenelon.
Not Russian classical opera of the 19th century but, on the contrary, a Western 20th century avant-garde work (already however a classic) in a Bolshoi Theatre production is to be transmitted live by Mezzo, the popular French TV channel devoted to classical music, opera, ballet, jazz and world music. “Listen, Look, Dare” is Mezzo’s slogan. And in producing Alan Berg’s opera Wozzeck, the Bolshoi has demonstrated that this is an attitude it fully supports. The live broadcast of this opera (conductor Teodor Currentzis, director Dmitri Tcherniakov) from the Bolshoi will be on 26 November 2010, at 5 p.m. Paris time.
A PRESS CONFERENCE on the forthcoming live relay of the opera WOZZECK will take place in the atrium of the Bolshoi Theatre Auxiliary Building, starting at2 p. m.
In October Bolshoi ballet is to perform on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace. Four performances of La Fille du Pharaon will run on October13, 14,15 & 16. Then they be followed by four performances of The Sleeping Beauty - on 21-24.