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Diana Vishneva and Konstantin Zverev

01 Mar

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

“Anna” with Seryozha (Sergei) Karenin – Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Diana Vishneva Диана Вишнёва as “Anna Karenina” and Konstantin Zverev Константин Зверев as “Count Vronsky”, “Anna Karenina” choreography by Alexei Ratmansky Алексей Ратманский (2010), music by Rodion Shchedrin Родион Щедрин, costumes by Mikael Melbye, based on the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy Лев Толстой, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia (2019).

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Posted by on Sunday, March 1, 2020 in Unique

 

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2 responses to “Diana Vishneva and Konstantin Zverev

  1. David T. LeBlanc

    Sunday, March 1, 2020 at 18:28

    Snippets of this ballet, I think, can be seen here. https://youtu.be/rljCcIX3ALY

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    • Gustavo Dalmasso

      Sunday, March 1, 2020 at 21:04

      Hi David, yes, It’s the same dance couple, they look so young 10 years ago!

      Have a nice week!

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