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Svetlana Zakharova Светлана Захарова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Svetlana Zakharova Светлана Захарова as “Anastasia Romanovna” (Ivan IV Vasilyevich’s wife), “Ivan the Terrible Иван Грозный”, choreography and libretto by Yuri Grigorovich Юрий Григорович, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев (excerpts from music to the film “Ivan the Terrible”, “Russian Overture”, “Cantata Alexander Nevsky”, “The Third Symphony”, Mikhail Chulaki’s version and additional music excerpts), sets and costumes by Simon Virsaladze Симон Вирсаладзе, Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow, Russia.

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Posted by on Friday, July 3, 2020 in Unique

 

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Alina Somova Алина Сомова

Photographer Sasha Gouliaev Саша Гуляев

Alina Somova Алина Сомова as “Juliet”, “Romeo and Juliet”, choreography by Leonid Lavrovsky Леонид Лавровский, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, libretto by Andrian Piotrovsky Адриана Пиотровского, Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, Sergei Radlov Сергея Радлов and Leonid Lavrovsky Леонид Лавровский, based on the tragedy by William Shakespeare, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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Posted by on Thursday, July 2, 2020 in Unique

 

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Svetlana Zakharova Светлана Захарова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Photographer Natalia Voronova Наталья Воронова

Svetlana Zakharova Светлана Захарова as “Anastasia Romanovna” (Ivan IV Vasilyevich’s wife), “Ivan the Terrible Иван Грозный”, choreography and libretto by Yuri Grigorovich Юрий Григорович, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев (excerpts from music to the film “Ivan the Terrible”, “Russian Overture”, “Cantata Alexander Nevsky”, “The Third Symphony”, Mikhail Chulaki’s version and additional music excerpts), sets and costumes by Simon Virsaladze Симон Вирсаладзе, Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow, Russia.

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Posted by on Friday, June 12, 2020 in Unique

 

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Evgenia Obraztsova and Igor Kolb

Photographer Vladimir Cherenkov Владимир Черенков

Evgenia Obraztsova Евгения Образцова (Bolshoi Ballet Большой театр) as “Juliet” and Igor Kolb Игорь Колб (Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр) as “Romeo”, “Romeo and Juliet” choreography by Sir Kenneth MacMillan, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, based on the tragedy by William Shakespeare, Oktyabrsky Concert Hall, 2013 Dance Open Ballet Festival, Saint Petersburg, Russia (April).

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Posted by on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 in Unique

 

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Natalia Osipova and David Hallberg

Photographer Rosalie O’Connor

Photographer Rosalie O’Connor

Natalia Osipova Наталья Осипова (The Royal Ballet) as “Juliet” and David Hallberg, “Romeo and Juliet”, choreography by Sir Kenneth MacMillan, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, scenery and costumes by Nicholas Georgiadis, American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, USA.

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Posted by on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 in Unique

 

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Sarah Lamb and Matthew Golding

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Photographer Evgenia Matvienko Евгения Матвиенко

Sarah Lamb as “Juliet”, Matthew Golding as “Romeo” (dancers from The Royal Ballet) and The Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre Company Пермский театр оперы и балета Компания, “Romeo and Juliet”, choreography by Sir Kenneth MacMillan, based on the tragedy of the same name by William Shakespeare, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, scenery and costumes by Nicholas Georgiadis, 2016 Dance Open Ballet Festival, Alexandrinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia (April 18).

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Posted by on Monday, May 25, 2020 in Unique

 

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Teresa Reichlen and Daniel Ulbricht

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Teresa Reichlen as “The Siren” and Daniel Ulbricht as “The Prodigal Son”, “Podigal Son”, libretto by Boris Kochno (after the biblical parable), choreography by George Balanchine, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев (“Le Fils Prodigue Op. 46”), set and costume recreated by Esteban Francés from original sketches by Georges Rouault, New York City Ballet, New York City, USA.

Premiere on May 21, 1929 by Ballets Russes at Théâtre Sarah-Bernhardt on Paris, France.

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Posted by on Friday, May 15, 2020 in Unique

 

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Maria Kochetkova and Hansuke Yamamoto

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Maria Kochetkova Мария Кочеткова and Hansuke Yamamoto, “Classical Symphony”, choreography by Yuri Possokhov Юрий Посохов, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, (Symphony Nº 1), costume design by Sandra Woodall, San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco, California, USA.

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Posted by on Monday, May 11, 2020 in Unique

 

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Polina Buldakova and Sergei Mershin

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Photographer Vladimir Sokolov Владимир Соколов

Polina Buldakova Полина Булдакова and Sergei Mershin Сергей Мершин (dancers from Perm Opera and Ballet Пермский театр оперы и балета), “Cinderella” (adagio), music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, choreography and libretto by Alexey Miroshnichenko Алексей Мирошниченко, based on the fairytale of the same name by Charles Perrault, costume design by Tatiana Noginova Татьяна Ногинова, 2017 Dance Open Ballet Festival Gala, Alexandrinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia (April 24, 2017).

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Posted by on Friday, May 8, 2020 in Unique

 

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Diana Vishneva and Vladimir Shklyarov

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Photographer Irina Tuminene

© Irina Tuminene

Photographer Irina Tuminene

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Photographer Irina Tuminene

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Photographer Irina Tuminene

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Photographer Irina Tuminene

© Irina Tuminene

Photographer Irina Tuminene

Diana Vishneva Диана Вишнёва and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров, “Romeo and Juliet – Ромео и Джульетта”, libretto by Andrian Piotrovsky Адриана Пиотровского, Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, Sergei Radlov Сергея Радлов and Leonid Lavrovsky Леонид Лавровский based on the tragedy of the same name by William Shakespeare, choreography by Leonid Lavrovsky Леонид Лавровский, music by Sergei Prokofiev Сергей Прокофьев, set and costume design by Pyotr Williams Петр Вильямс, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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– May 5, 2020
19,00 hs. Saint Petersburg – Moscow Time
18,00 hs. South Africa Standard Time
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17.00 hs. Western European Summer Time
12,00 hs. Eastern Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
11,00 hs. Central Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
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– May 6, 2020
00.00 h. China Standard Time
01,00 h. Japan Standard Time
02.00 hs. Australian Eastern Standard Time

Video will be available for 24 hs. after the publication.

Cast:
Diana Vishneva Диана Вишнёва as “Juliet”, Vladimir Shklyarov as “Romeo”, Ilya Kuznetsov Илья Кузнецов as “Tybalt” and Alexander Sergeev Александр Сергеев as “Mercutio”.

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Posted by on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 in Unique

 

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