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13 March 2018 (Tue), 19:00 World famous Bolshoi Ballet and Opera theatre (established 1776) - Small Stage - Classical Ballet Russian Ballet Schools Festival "Homage to Marius Petipa". Gala Concert Tickets available only at

Schedule for Russian Ballet Schools Festival "Homage to Marius Petipa". Gala Concert 2020

Orchestra: Bolshoi Theatre Symphony Orchestra
Ballet company: Bolshoi Ballet

The Festival is organized by The Bolshoi Ballet Academy

The event is included in the plan of the main events for the preparation and holding of the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Marius Petipa.

Among the participants:

The Moscow State Academy of Choreography (The Bolshoi Ballet Academy);

The Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet;

The Novosibirsk State Choreographic School;

Perm State Choreographic School;

Krasnoyarsk Choreography College;

Boris Eifman Dance Academy;

Bashkir Choreographic College named after Rudolf Nureyev;

Yakut Ballet School (college) named after Akseniya and Natalia Poselskikh;

Moscow Choreography School of the Moscow State Academic Dance Theater "Gzhel".


The program of the festival will include fragments from the ballets of Marius Petipa.


The work of the great choreographer Marius Petipa determined the development of Russian and world ballet not only in the second half of the nineteenth century but also had a significant impact on the choreographic art of our time. His productions such as Pharaoh's Daughter, Paquita, Corsair, La Bayadere, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and Raymonda now form the basis of the repertoire of the world's largest ballet companies. And although the main masterpieces were created by the choreographer in Petersburg, important pages of the master's work are connected with Moscow. It was here that the famous ballet "Don Quixote" by Ludwig Minkus (1869) first appeared, later transferred to the St. Petersburg scene;  ballet "Trilby" was also staged here for the first time. In Moscow, one-act ballets "Night and Day" and "Pearl", intended for display at the coronation ceremonies of Alexander III (1883) and Nicholas II (1896), saw the light of the ramp for the first time.



Schedule for Russian Ballet Schools Festival "Homage to Marius Petipa". Gala Concert 2020

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