Russian National Ballet from Moscow  Swan Lake  The organiser

Russian National Ballet from Moscow
Swan Lake


| Philharmonie/Philharmonic Hall

€ 44.25 to € 74.15; reduced € 36 to € 59.95 (children up to 12 years)

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The Russian National Ballet from Moscow – with the Bolshoi Ballet star Liudmila Titova – presents the ever popular ballet classic: the immortal music of Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky, a fairy-tale plot, breathtaking dances and opulent sets await the audience. The Russian Ballet expresses feelings without losing a word. This applies especially to Swan Lake: Love and longing, solitude and jealousy, anger, pain and joy – music and dance unite here in a new language that is immediately understood by everyone.

The success of the Russian National Ballet from Moscow is not a matter of chance: it counts grand names of ballet among its company, such as the star soloists of the legendary Moscow Bolshoi Ballet. Founder and artistic director Sergei Radchenko was the first soloist of the Bolshoi Ballet and for 25 years stage partner of the famous prima ballerina Maja Plisetskaya. With its broad repertoire, the Russian National Ballet has enjoyed great success throughout the world, including in England, the USA, South Africa, China, Italy and Germany.

The story of the enchanted Swan Princess, who can only be released from an evil sorcerer’s spell by true love, is known throughout the world: Swan Lake is full of well-known fairy tale motifs, above all the unhappy, enchanted princess freed by the love of her prince charming. The white swans and their delicate queen Odette, who bewitches the unfortunate prince with her ethereal magic, or the festive ball scenes, in which an entire court, as if intoxicated, falls for the seductive Odile: all of this stems from the myth that is Swan Lake. Swan Lake embodies all that has made classical ballet famous. And it continues to fascinate people to this day.

(Stimmen der Welt Musikmanagement und Veranstaltungs GmbH, Ottobrunn)