• Sep 19th 3:00 PM
  • Sep 19th 7:00 PM
Ticket price:kr 575 - 725
Event info
Get ready for Swan Lake in the autumn of 2021! St Petersburg Ballet Theater bring all their ballet stars in a spellbinding production of Swan Lake, with prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova in the lead role. Irina Kolesnikova has made the role of Odette-Odile her trademark, and she has interpreted it almost 1000 times on stages around the world.

Founded in 1994, St Petersburg Ballet Theatre is famous not only for its beautiful Vaganova trained dancers, but also for its stunning full-length productions. Lead by prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova SPBT tours internationally performing the classical masterpieces from its repertoire including Giselle, Don Quixote, La Bayadere, Romeo and Juliette, The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty. The incredibly popular company is in such demand that it gives over 200 performances every year.

Following sold out seasons in London, Seoul, Sydney and Hong Kong, the globally renowned St Petersburg Ballet Theatre makes its return visit to Stavanger Concert Hall with its spellbinding production of Swan Lake, and promises audiences a performance they will remember for life. Not to be missed!

Please note: The performance is without a "live" orchestra, and is danced to pre-recorded music.

“SPBT and the brilliant Irina Kolesnikova have left a considerable mark in the history book of world ballet, a mark which has turned into one of its most glorious and unforgettable pages.”
Danse Magazine 269, Paris

“Irina Kolesnikova is diva of dance with whom few stars can compare”
Journal du Dimanche, Paris

“Kolesnikova’s Odette is truly a thing of remarkable beauty and technically flawless”
The Telegraph, London

2 hours and 45 minutes, including intermissions.

Numbered seats
Only numbered seats are sold for this event.

A safe visit at Stavanger Concert Hall
We do everything possible to ensure a safe visit at Stavanger Concert Hall, and operate in accordance with rules and advice from national authorities. We have all the necessary infection control measures in place, and comply with the distance rules required by the Covid-19 regulations. The number of audience seats is currently limited to 200. We kindly ask all our guests to keep their distance, and otherwise follow the hygiene advice from the National Institute of Public Health. Read more about how Covid-19 affects our business here.

St Petersburg Ballet Theatre (SPBT)