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Opera in three acts
Fantasy ballet in two acts
Ballet in two acts
Ballet in three acts
Ballet in three acts (thirteen scenes). This classic story from William Shakespeare's collection of tragedies is as timeless as it is perfect for Russian theater. With the combined efforts of some of the greatest theatrical minds in the country, Romeo and Juliet comes to lif...
Iolanta - an opera in two acts, music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. This opera treats the ears first, the mind second, and the eyes third. Based on the tale of a blind princess, its devotion to creating a splendid world of sounds as well as sights results in a performance to remember. Cl...
Opera in four acts
Ballet-féerie in three acts with a prologue and an apotheosis
Ballet in three parts.
The Mariinsky Theater of St. Petersburg had a royal birth. Imperial decree created it in 1783, and since that fated year it has grown to become one of the world’s finest theaters.
St. Petersburg’s endless array of visually stunning masterpieces requires it to possess some of the world’s greatest theaters. One such theater is the Alexandrinsky Theater...
Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory – the oldest academy of music in Russia, theatre of opera and ballet.
Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall was built in the early XXI century on the site of the decorations shops burned down in 2003. Concert hall has two facades: the one built by the architect Viktor Schröter, overlooking the Pisarev street and miraculously survived after the fire in 190...
Alongside the historic building of the Mariinsky Theatre, built in 1860, and the Concert Hall which opened in 2006, the Mariinsky II will form part of this theatre and concert complex, unique in its artistic and educational capabilities. This complex will reiterate the status of...
The theatre was created on 1 September 1941 when the Stanislavski Opera Theatre and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko's musical theatre were merged.
The Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow (Novaya Opera means "new opera" in Russian) was founded in 1991 on the initiative of prominent Russian conductor Evgeny Kolobov (1946–2003) and Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov and soon won recognition as a leading opera house in Russ...