Art Ballet

Classical Ballet Show

Swan Lake
Sleeping Beauty
Don Quijote Paquita

The best of:
Show program
We have collected the best fragments of the four most prominent ballet performances in one show.
Moscow Art Ballet Theater
Moscow Art Ballet Theater is a classical ballet repertoire company. Carries out tour activities of cities of Russia and Europe. The company consists of ballet artists from leading theaters in Moscow, graduated from the Moscow State Academy of Choreography and the Vaganova Classical Dance Academy, Saint Petersburg. We offer a program of the Concert, which was created to acquaint the audience with the legacy of the great choreographer Marius Petipa.
Don Quixote
The Nutcracker, the unfailing companion of the winter holiday season, is perhaps the most popular ballet in the world. Thanks to the magical music by Tchaikovsky and the lovely choreography of Petipa both adults and children enjoy this fascinating fairytale about a girl, the evil mouse king, and a brave champion, the wooden Nutcracker-Prince. Also, among the most famous numbers of the Nutcracker are the Waltz of the Flowers and the Waltz of the Snowflakes.
This heartbreaking story of the dazzling Princess Odette, enchanted by an evil magician who leaves her a woman by night and a swan by day, and her savior, Prince Siegfried, is the crown jewel of the Russian ballet repertoire. Most ballerinas dream of the role of Odette/Odile which is both challenging and very inspiring because it demands virtuosic technique and powerful characterization.
Don Quixote tells the story of the old hidalgo, who reads many adventurous romance novels and it looking for an adventure of his own. While traveling, he meets the mischievous barber Basilio and his love interest, the playful Kitri. It is the first and the most famous of Petipa's Grand ballets with a Spanish theme. Since its premiere in 1869 the ballet has been a huge success, thanks to its spectacular scenes and flamboyant, bravura pas de deux, involving a lot of technically demanding dancing and sparkling stage presence.
Paquita, one of the Petipa's revivals, is the story of the young gypsy girl who doesn't know that she is actually a daughter of aristocratic parents and was kidnapped when she was a baby. The most famous scene from this ballet is the magnificent Grand Pas Classique for the third act which includes a number of beautiful variations and the most spectacular coda.
Swan Lake
(Final scene from Grand Pas classique)
(Adagio from Scene II. Choreography by Petipa)
(Waltz of the Flowers. Choreography by Vainonon)
(Adagio from Pas Des Deux. Choreography by Gorsky)
Filipp Parkhachev

Graduated from the Perm Ballet School in 1999

1999-2002 State Academic Opera and Ballet theater (Yekaterinburg)

2002-2007 Russian National Ballet Theater (Moscow)

2007-2016 The theater of Classic Ballet Choreography (Moscow)

2016-2018 State Academic Opera and Ballet theater (Yekaterinburg)

Laureate and prize-winner at several Russian and international ballet competitions
Graduated from the Natalia Nesterova Institute of Choreography and Academy of Dance, and Moscow State University of Culture.

Joined the Moscow Stanislavsky Ballet Company in 2004.

As a guest performer worked in Austria (2002); in July 2008 performed the duet with Sergey Kuzmin from the Vasiliy Vainonen's ballet "The Flame of Paris" at the "Hamburg Ballet Days" gala-concert.

Toured with the Stanislavsky Ballet.

Participation in competitions

(2001) Prix de Lausanne (Switzerland)
(2007) Vienna International Ballet Competition (Austria)

Sergey Manuylov
Nadezhda Ivanova
Saint Petersburg

Graduated from the Perm Ballet School in 2005

2005-2009 Leonid Yakobson State Ballet Theatre (St Petersburg)

2009-2015 the Mikhailovsky Theater (St Petersburg)

Rudolf Nureyev International Ballet Competition, Budapest, Hungary, 2013 – laureate
Graduated from the Moscow State Choreography Academy and joined the Stanislavsky Ballet in 2003.

Participated in the international tours of the Stanislavsky Ballet.

Participant in the international ballet competitions

Olga Sizykh
Tuesday, October 15, 2019 19:00 finishes about 21:30
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