Moscow Ballet Swan Lake Tickets
Moscow Festival Ballet is presenting Tchaikovsky’s brilliant classic romantic piece of love and dance, Swan Lake. It is based on the seminal 1895 choreography of ballet legends Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov. Prince Siegfried and his most beloved Queen Odette fall in love in the midst of Tchaikovsky’s incredible score. Since the Ballet’s premier in 1877, it has won the hearts of thousands of audiences and ballet dancers, alongside inspiring various productions and adaptations. The timeless classic explores greatest of musical compositions as it immerses in the enchanting tale of deep love. The couple is tormented by Baron Von Rothbart, the evil sorcerer who stops at nothing to keep the lovers apart. This is a cathartic performance woven with unparalleled finesse so make sure to book Moscow Ballet Swan Lake tickets and have an unforgettable time.
Moscow Ballet Swan Lake Schedule 2017-18
- Moscow Festival Ballet: Swan Lake, Wharton Center - Cobb Great Hall, tickets for 03/14 7:30PM at Wharton Center - Cobb Great Hall, East Lansing, MI
- Tue Mar 14 2017
Swan Lake is one of the Tchaikovsky’s most popular classical works alongside The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty that has become something of a ballet staple since it premiered in 1877 at Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre. It has inspired generations of audiences and ballets dancers and has been performed by various internationally renowned ballet companies such as National Ballet of Canada, Moscow Ballet, The Royal Moscow Ballet, New York City Ballet, Bolshoi Moscow Festival Ballet and Moscow Festival Ballet, among others. The latter company, currently under artistic director Sergei Radchenko, is on Swan Lake tour, and its troupe will be marking its sixth visit to the US with this production. Moscow Ballet Swan Lake has already toured extensively across the Far East and Europe enchanting ballet lovers with the timeless romantic tale of love and dance. Moscow Ballet Swan Lake tickets are the talk of the town among ballet fans that enjoy the finesse of such classics and Tchaikovsky’s score.
Swan Lake premiered in 1877 as a benefit show for ballerina Pelageya Karpakova who played Odette opposite Victor Gillert portraying Siegfried. This initial production was unsuccessful while Tchaikovsky’s masterful music was overshadowed and lost in the poor production, receiving such views as too complicated for a ballet sequence. Though the original composition was received negatively back then by critics and audiences who complained that the music was not befitting for a ballet piece, the work is currently seen as one among the most valuable Tchaikovsky scores. In fact, it was from here that the artist was acknowledged to be among the most legendary ballet composers. The score was revised by Riccardo Drigo for Ivanov and Petipa’s Swan Lake revival in 1895, which is now played most frequently by ballet companies, as well as the upcoming production of Moscow Ballet Swan Lake.
Moscow Festival Ballet was created in 1989 when renowned principal ballet dancer, Sergei Radchenko of Bolshoi Ballet initiated it. He envisioned a company that would incorporate all of the finest classical elements of legendary Kirov and Bolshoi Ballet companies in a newly formed, independent company working in the parameters of classical Russian ballet. With direction from Radchenko, prominent dancers chosen from across Russia, forged a brilliant new company performing new productions of ageless classic like Don Quixote, Giselle, Carmen, Paquita, Cinderella and of course, Swan Lake.
Since its inception, the Ballet has toured twice in Europe, receiving extraordinary acclaim in France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, and Italy. In addition, its two tours of the UK that included sellout shows at the famous Coliseum in London, resulted in continuous regular engagements from 1995 till 2000. It has toured throughout the US quite extensively since its initial Coast-to-Coast tour of Winter/Spring 1997 and made visits in 2001, 2004, 2007 and 2010.
The company continues to broaden its repertoire and has commissioned new productions from Russia and abroad, specializing in full-length twentieth century ballets like The Golden Age, Stone Flower, Legend of Love, and Romeo and Juliet. Radchenko has put in extra effort researching on original stage production and choreography of various classic ballets of Marius Petipa. It has included more recent productions since year 2000 of Paquita and Don Quixote, as well as recreations of Jean Coralli’s and Jules Perrot’s Giselle.
The upcoming Moscow Ballet Swan Lake production is based on 1895’s seminal choreography of ballet legends, Lev Ivanov and Marius Petipa. Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s acclaimed score provides the very foundation of the love story between Prince Siegfried and his lovely Swan Queen Odette. The evil sorcerer Baron Von Rothbart tries every possible trick to pull the couple apart and has Odette trapped under his spell. The only hope is Siegfried’s deep love that can break the spell that changes Odette to a swan with the light of the day.
This production has been described by New York Times as an ‘excitingly powerful, well-danced portrayal’. This is a ballet performance not to be missed so make sure to book your share of Moscow Ballet Swan Lake tickets and come behold the dreamlike elegance and finesse of this performance.
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