The Russian National Ballet from Moscow returns with its version of the beloved ballet classic "Swan Lake". With Pyotr Tchaikovsky's immortal music (recorded), the show features a wonderful story, beautiful costumes and dancing.
Tchaikovsky wrote the music for "Swan Lake" in 1877, and received immediate acclaim from both the ballet audience, and the classical music lovers. Russian ballet, and above all the "Swan Lake", is characterized by expressing emotions without losing a single word, step or tone. In the classical staging, music and dance together become a language that everyone immediately understands. In the roles of both the white - and the black - swan, we meet Liudmila Titova who has been this company's solo dancer since 2010.
Behind the Russian National Ballet from Moscow stands former Bolshoi dancer Sergei Radchenko and Elena Radchenko - also a soloist from Bolshoi and from Kirov, where "Swan Lake" originated. They tour worldwide.
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