April 4th, 2014 at the ‘Oktyabrskiy’ Concert Hall, St Petersburg. Special guests: stars of the Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres, Andris Liepa, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Denis Matvienko, Yulia Makhalina, Andrey Batalov, Mikhail Lobuhin, Denis Rodkin, Yegor Druzhinin.
To celebrate his 50th birthday the world famous ballet dancer and producer Andris Liepa performed the role of Shahryar in the Les Saison Russes ballet Scheherazade. Says Liepa, “St. Petersburg has played a significant role in my career; I first danced on this stage in the 1990s, in the role (…)
Andris Liepa was the crown prince of the ballet of the 1980s, who during his meteoric career was the principal dancer of both the Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theatres, and the star of the American Ballet Theatre under the direction of Mikhail Baryshnikov. Liepa celebrated his 50th birthday at the Kremlin (…)
Principal dancer of the Bolshoi Theatre Nilolai Tsiskaridze performed exempts from Roland Petit’s ballet “The Queen of Spades” with music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, and “The Death of the Rose” with music by Gustav Mahler. Choreographer and dancer Patrick de Bana unveiled a pas de deux from the upcoming Paris premiere (…)
The premiere of Scheherazade performed by the National Academic Bolshoi Theater of Opera and Ballet of the Republic of Belorussia. The restoration and staging of the ballet was conducted by Andris Liepa. Title roles danced by Ilze Liepa and Denis Klimuk.
More than 100 years after Europe first fell under the spell of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes, the magic is recaptured by Les Saison Russes’ appearances in France. This time, Diaghilev’s mission has been taken up by the world famous dancer and People’s Artist of Russia Andris Liepa. The programme includes pas (…)
El 10 de septiembre de 2007 en el Teatro Real de Madrid rendirá un homenaje a la mas importante bailarina de todos los tiempos MAYA PLISETSKAYA. Maya Plisetskaya, una mujer que ha defendido siempre, incluso en las circunstancias más adversas, su libertad artística. Uno de los propósitos del Teatro Real (…)
The celebrations of Maya Plisetskaya’s 80th birthday (years that her beauty and blazing temperament utterly deny) continue round the world, a fact unprecedented and heart-warming. On Sunday night the Royal Opera House was the setting for a succession of variously splendid or noxious duets, a solo, and the unhappy moment (…)