Maestro will conduct La Bohème on the 12th and 14th February.
Le Corsaire. Debuts in the Leading Parts
Denis Rodkin: Conrad (the first performance in Moscow,
debuted on the Bolshoi Theatre tour to London in 2016)
Olga Smirnova: Medora
Eleonora Sevenard: Medora
6 February (12:00)
Alyona Kovalyova: Medora Egor Gerashchenko: Conrad
6 February (19:00)
Olga Marchenkova: Medora Artemy Belyakov: Conrad
Symphony in C. Debuts in the Leading Parts
30 January (12:00)
Alexandra Trikoz: 1st part soloist
30 January (19:00)
Elizaveta Kokoreva: 3rd part soloist Daria Khokhlova, Ivan Poddubnyak: 4th part soloists
31 January Anastasia Denisova: 1st part soloist
Klim Efimov: 4th part soloist
Coppelia. Debut in the Leading Part
Elizaveta Kokoreva makes her first appearance as Swanilda.
Jacopo Tissi makes his first appearance as Erik.
Additional ticket sale is open!
Additional ticket sale is open starting from 21 January 2021 for ballet Nureyev, which will be performed on Historic Stage on 22, 23 and 24 January, and Dido and Aeneas on New Stage on 22 January. This is carried out in accordance with Decree by Moscow Mayor dated 21 January 2021 №3-UM “On Amendments to the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow dated June 8, 2020 №68-UM” stating that from 22 January on, theatre attendance is restricted to 50% based on the total percentage of the seat capacity.
An award was established at the end of 2020 based on the long-term collaboration between the Bolshoi Theatre and Credit Suisse bank, and it aims to support prominent young talents. Bekhzod Davronov, tenor of the Bolshoi Opera Company, became the first recipient. On 13 December, right before the start of Traviata by G. Verdi (Historical Stage) Vladimir Urin, General Director of the Bolshoi Theatre, presented him the award.