The New National Theatre Ballet Company (otherwise known as NNTB), part of Japan’s New National Theatre Tokyo (NNTT) performing arts center — see below, is setting off on the 2nd foreign tour in its history. In Japan, the Russian school of classical ballet is greatly revered and one of the main bearers of its traditions is, of course, the Bolshoi Ballet. And the fact it is the Bolshoi Theatre who will be playing host to New National Theatre Ballet causes the Japanese dancers to prepare for the tour with particular care, all the more so as appearing with them will be Svetlana Zakharova — Bolshoi Theatre prima ballerina and, at the same time, NNTB principal guest artist.

After a 10-year interval, the Bolshoi is once again to tour in Spain.

Only just back from Milan, our Onegin is already awaited in Ljubljana.

From this date onwards, tickets may be booked by phone and online via the Bolshoi Theatre website.

From 2009/10 season onwards the Bolshoi Theatre will work on a regular basis with five outstanding conductors who represent the best of the Russian conducting school: Alexander Lazarev, Vassily Sinaisky, Vladimir Jurowski, Kirill Petrenko and Teodor Currentzis.

The DVD recording of the Bolshoi Theatre Eugene Onegin became Editor's choice of the British music magazine Classic FM.

After a twenty-year interval, the Bolshoi Opera Company is once again to appear at Milan’s La Scala, where it is to present perhaps the most popular of all Russian operas ЁC Eugene Onegin in a production by Dmitri Tcherniakov, a director who is already well-known in the West, including in Italy (Tcherniakov’s recent production of Prokofiev’s The Gambler at La Scala won the Franco Abbiati prize, Italy’s most prestigious musical award, established by the Italian Association of Music Critics)..

Two productions will be presented: The Queen of Spades (director Valery Fokin, music director and conductor Mikhail Pletnyov) and Eugene Onegin (director Dmitri Tcherniakov, music director and conductor Alexander Vedernikov).

Yekaterina Shcherbachenko, winner of the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2009 competition which has just ended in Wales, garnered the prize for her exceptional combination of fine voice, scenic and feminine charm, elegance, taste, sense of style both in singing and stage presence on the concert platform.

Onegin's victory
The DVD recording of the Bolshoi Theatre Eugene Onegin won the prestigeous Diapason d'Or prize from the French music magazine Diapason.

It is with this typical heading that the American advertising campaign to launch the Bolshoi Theatre Ballet Company's forthcoming major June tour of US cities, gets underway.

At an ITAR-TASS press conference, the winners of the Benois de la danse-2009 prize have been announced

Bolshoi Ballet at the Kremlin Palace
Bolshoi is to perform on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace. Two performances of Don Quixote — will run on April 21and 22.

The last concert in the Bolshoi Theatre season ticket cycle at the Big Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire is ideally suited to wind up the season, for conducting the Bolshoi Orchestra will be Vladimir Ashkenazy, with Boris Belkin as soloist.

includes the world premiere of Zakharova Super Game ballet staged by Italian choreographer Francesco Ventriglia and divertissement with participation of the guest ballet stars.

COPPELIA, one of the most popular titles in the world ballet repertoire, is to return to the Bolshoi Ballet billboards.

The next concert in the Bolshoi Theatre season ticket cycle at the Big Hall of the Moscow Conservatoire will be the first joint performance of the Theatre's Orchestra and Chorus with the young, but already world famous conductor, Vladimir Jurowski and baritone Gerald Finley.

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