Tchaikovsky-Ballet completed the summer series of "Romeo and Juliet" ballet performances (chor. E. Menshikova) on the stage of the Mikhailovsky Theater. . In the final performance the role of Juliet was for the first time performed by Maria Chevskaya, the first soloist of the Tchaikovsky Ballet Theater! . We сongratulate Maria..
PREMIERE!! . Coming soon!! . For the first time on the stage of the Moscow "New Opera" Theater : a joint project of the St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky-Ballet and the Moscow E.V. Kolobov Theater: "Carmina Burana" (music by K.Orfa) in E.Menshikova direction and "Paquita" (music by L.Mincus, choreography by M. Petipa). ...
The St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre is in Moscow again! . In April 2018 the Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow presents the following performances: - «Swan Lake" (Choreographer: M.Petipa, L. Ivanov produced by E.Menshikova, music by P. Tchaikovsky); - «The Nutcracker», ballet in two acts (Choreographer: V. Vainonen produced by..
In February-March 2018 there was a theatre’s tour through the European countries with «Romeo & Juliet» ballet . The artists of the theatre performed in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden, as well as were highly appreciated by the European audience. In each of the cities, there were..
St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky-Ballet Debuted in Moscow! The Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow for the first time showed: 6.02. — the «Romeo & Juliet» ballet directed by E. Menshikova and music by P.I. Tchaikovsky. Soloists: Diana Ermolaeva and Yurii Zolotuhin; 7.02. — «Gala-concert» featuring the Honored artist of the..
On the 30th of December, there was a New Year charitable ballet «Swan Lake» performed by the St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre that opened the holiday festival on the main stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre. The performance was held for children and the family members of War and Special Forces..
In November 2017 there was a tour of the St. Petersburg Tchaikovsky Ballet Theatre through the cities of Sweden. The «Romeo & Juliet» ballet was warmly greeted by the Swedish public. The audience gave standing ovations, the lines gathered for autographs. There were also Russians among the European audience, who..