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Viktoria Tereshkina and Vladimir Shklyarov

Photographer Mark Olich Марк Олич

Viktoria Tereshkina Виктория Терёшкина as “Odette” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Prince Siegfried”, “Swan Lake – Лебединое Озеро”, music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky Пётр Чайковский, libretto by Vladimir Begichev Владимир Бегичев and Vasily Geltzer Василий Гельцер, choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov Лев Иванов and Konstantin Sergeev Константина Сергеев, set design by Igor Ivanov Игорь Иванов, costume design by Galina Solovyova Галина Соловьева, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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Posted by on Saturday, May 9, 2020 in Unique

 

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“The Little Humpbacked Horse”,                               Mariinsky Ballet (broadcast)

Photographer Natasha Razina Наташа Разина

Alina Somova Алина Сомова as “The Tsar-Maiden” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Ivan the Fool” (or Ivanushka-durachok), “The Little Humpbacked Horse – Konyok-Gorbunok”, music by Rodion Shchedrin Родион Щедрин, choreography by Alexei Ratmansky Алексей Ратманский (2009), libretto, set and costume by Maxim Isaev Максим Исаев based on the fairy tale of the same name by Pyotr Yershov Петр Ершов, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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– May 8, 2020
12,00 hs. Saint Petersburg – Moscow Time
11,00 hs. South Africa Standard Time
11,00 hs. Central European Summer Time
10.00 hs. Western European Summer Time
05,00 hs. Eastern Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
04,00 hs. Central Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
03,00 hs. Mountain Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
02,00 hs. Pacific Daylight Time (USA – Canada)

17,00 hs. China Standard Time
18,00 hs. Japan Standard Time
19.00 hs. Australian Eastern Standard Time

Cast:
Alina Somova Алина Сомова as “The Tsar-Maiden”, Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Ivan the Fool”, Vladislav Shumakov Владислав Шумаков as “The Little Humpbacked Horse”, Islom Baimuradov Ислом Баймурадов as “Gentleman of the Bedchamber” and others.

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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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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
18,00 hs. Central European Summer Time
17.00 hs. Western European Summer Time
12,00 hs. Eastern Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
11,00 hs. Central Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
10,00 hs. Mountain Daylight Time (USA – Canada)
09,00 hs. Pacific Daylight Time (USA – Canada)

– May 6, 2020
00.00 h. China Standard Time
01,00 h. Japan Standard Time
02.00 hs. Australian Eastern Standard Time

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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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Olesya Novikova, Yulia Stepanova and Vladimir Shklyarov

Olesya Novikova Олеся Новикова, Yulia Stepanova Юлия Степанова and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров, “Le Parc”, choreography by Angelin Preljocaj, music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, costume design by Hervé Pierre, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр (new stage), Saint Petersburg, Russia (March 17, 2014).

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Posted by on Saturday, May 2, 2020 in Photo Galleries

 

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Yekaterina Kondaurova, Roman Belyakov and Vladimir Shklyarov

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Photographer Alexander Neff Александр Нефф

Yekaterina Kondaurova Екатерина Кондаурова as “Queen”, Roman Belyakov Роман Беляков as “King” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Joker”, “Jeu de Cartes” (Card Game), choreography and set design by Ilya Zhivoi Илья Живой, music by Igor Stravinsky Игорь Стравинский [“Jeu de Cartes” (1936)], costumes design by Sofia Vartanian, “An Evening of Ballets to Music by Igor Stravinsky” (“Pulcinella Variations” and “Jeu de Cartes”), Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia (February 25, 2020, new stage).

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Posted by on Friday, April 3, 2020 in Unique

 

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Vladimir Shklyarov and Ilya Kuznetsov

Photographer Sasha Gouliaev Саша Гуляев

Photographer Sasha Gouliaev Саша Гуляев

Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Romeo” and Ilya Kuznetsov Илья Кузнецов as “Tybalt”, “Romeo and Juliet”, 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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Posted by on Saturday, March 21, 2020 in Unique

 

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Maria Khoreva and Vladimir Shklyarov

Photographer Darian Volkova Дарьян Волкова

Maria Khoreva Мария Хорева as “Princess Aurora” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Prince Désiré”, “The Sleeping Beauty”, music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky Пётр Чайковский, libretto by Ivan Vsevolozhsky Иван Всеволожской, Marius Petipa based on the fairy tale of the same name by Charles Perrault, choreography by Marius Petipa revised version by Konstantin Sergeev Константина Сергеев (1952),
set and costume design by Simon Virsaladze Симон Вирсаладзе, “Honouring great dancers of the 20th century. Yuri Soloviov”, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia (February 23, 2020; new stage).

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Posted by on Thursday, February 27, 2020 in Unique

 

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Maria Khoreva and Vladimir Shklyarov

Photographer Elena Pushkina Елена Пушкина

Photographer Elena Pushkina Елена Пушкина

Photographer Elena Pushkina Елена Пушкина

Photographer Elena Pushkina Елена Пушкина

Photographer Elena Pushkina Елена Пушкина

Maria Khoreva Мария Хорева as “Medora” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Conrad” (dancers from Mariinsky Ballet), “Le Corsaire”, choreography by Pyotr Gusev Петр Гусев, (original choreography by Marius Petipa), music by Adolphe Adam, Leo Delibes, Cesare Pugni, Riccardo Drigo and Pyotr Oldenburg, “Maris Liepa. With Love” Gala, The Kremlin Palace Государственный Кремлевский Дворец, Moscow, Russia (December 1, 2019).

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Posted by on Sunday, February 16, 2020 in Unique

 

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Anastasia Matvienko and Vladimir Shklyarov

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Photographer Sasha Gouliaev Саша Гуляев

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Anastasia Matvienko Анастасия Матвиенко as “Gamzatti” and Vladimir Shklyarov Владимир Шкляров as “Solor”, “La Bayadère” choreography by Marius Petipa (1877) revised choreography by Vladimir Ponomarev Владимир Пономарёв, Vakhtang Chabukiani (1941), Konstantin Sergeyev Константин Сергеев and Nikolay Zubkovsky, music by Ludwig Minkus, costumes by Evgeny Ponomarev Евгений Пономарёв, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia (2014).

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Posted by on Monday, January 6, 2020 in Unique

 

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Anastasia Matvienko and Vladimir Shklyarov

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Photographer Philippe Jordan

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Photographer Philippe Jordan

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Photographer Philippe Jordan

© Philippe Jordan

Photographer Philippe Jordan

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Photographer Philippe Jordan

© Philippe Jordan

Photographer Philippe Jordan

© Philippe Jordan

Photographer Philippe Jordan

© Philippe Jordan

Photographer Philippe Jordan

© Philippe Jordan

Photographer Philippe Jordan

Anastasia Matvienko as “Gamzatti” and Vladimir Shklyarov as “Solor”, “La Bayadere” choreography by Marius Petipa (1877) revised choreography by Vladimir Ponomarev Владимир Пономарёв, Vakhtang Chabukiani (1941), Konstantin Sergeyev Константин Сергеев and Nikolay Zubkovsky, music by Ludwig Minkus, costumes by Evgeny Ponomarev Евгений Пономарёв, Mariinsky Ballet Мариинский театр, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Posted by on Thursday, July 25, 2019 in Unique

 

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