Royal Moscow Ballet comes to Durban
The Royal Moscow Ballet performs a programme entitled Crown of the Russian Ballet for two shows only in Durban on Saturday, July 28.
The Royal Moscow Ballet will be returning to South Africa in July with a programme entitled Crown of the Russian Ballet for two shows only at the Playhouse in Durban on Saturday, July 28 at 2pm and 6pm.
This time they bring a ballet programme featuring new works not brought to Durban before – Paquita with music by Ludwig Minkus choreographed after Marius Petipa; and The Firebird – a one act ballet with music by Igor Stravinsky and choreography by Anatoly Emelianov.
The Royal Moscow Ballet has toured successfully around the globe presenting more than 1000 performances. The company, which consists of graduates of the best Russian choreography, ballet and dance schools, premiered as the Royal Moscow Ballet on August 12, 2002.
The company has created more than 20 modern and 15 classical ballets, by choreographers / founders Anatoly Emelianov and Anna Aleksidze.
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Venue: Playhouse Opera, Durban
Date and time: July 28 at 2pm and 6pm