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 Post subject: Re: 1.0 Introduction and preview
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2004 2:29 am 
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Nadezhda Grachova's injury has led to a number of cast changes for the rest of the season. The new casting is as follows:

Thu 29 July 7.30pm Spartacus Dmitri Belogolovtsev / Anna Antonicheva / Vladimir Neporozhny / Galina Stepanenko
Fri 30 July 7.30pm Spartacus Yuri Klevtsov / Inna Petrova / Vladimir Neporozhny / Maria Allash
Sat 31 July 2pm Spartacus Dmitri Belogolovtsev / Anna Antonicheva / Mark Peretokin/ Galina Stepanenko
Sat 31 July 7.30pm Spartacus Yuri Klevtsov / Inna Petrova / Vladimir Neporozhny / Galina Stepanenko
Week 3
Mon 2 Aug 7.30pm Swan Lake Svetlana Zakharova / Andrei Uvarov
Tue 3 Aug 7.30pm Swan Lake Anna Antonicheva/Dimitri Gudanov
Wed 4 Aug 2pm Swan Lake Maria Allash / Vladimir Neporozhny
Wed 4 Aug 7.30pm Swan Lake Anna Antonicheva / Dmitri Gudanov
Thu 5 Aug 7.30pm The Pharaoh's Daughter Svetlana Zakharova / Sergei Filin
Fri 6 Aug 7.30pm The Pharaoh's Daughter Maria Alexandrova / Dmitri Gudanov
Sat 7 Aug 2pm The Pharaoh's Daughter Maria Alexandrova / Dmitri Gudanov
Sat 7 Aug 7.30pm The Pharaoh's Daughter Svetlana Zakharova / Sergei Filin


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2004 1:04 am 
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SUCCESS OF BOLSHOI BALLET IN BRITAIN
By Maria Tupoleva fir RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, July 27 (RIA Novosti culture analyst Maria Tupoleva) - The current tour of the Bolshoi Theatre's ballet in Covent Garden (London) is a success, Nezavisimaya Gazeta said. In spite of the absence of billposters in the streets, tickets to almost all performances have been sold out.

The scale of the project is striking. The Bolshoi Theatre brought to London 137 dancers and its orchestra.

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Bolshoi Ballet ends tour in London with success
From Itar Tass

LONDON, August 8 (Itar-Tass) - The Pharaoh’s Daughter performance at The Royal Opera House in London crowned the tour of the Russian Bolshoi Theatre’s Ballet on Saturday.

Bolshoi Director General Anatoly Iksanov characterised the performances of the theatre’s troupe in London as very successful.

“Both the classic repertoire and new experimental plays have been enthusiastically met by the audience and the critics,” Iksanov told Itar-Tass.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 09, 2004 12:52 am 
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The article above mentions that another London visit is planned by the Bolshoi in 2006 .

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That is excellent news! I am already looking forward to their return in 2006. This year's 3 week season was highly enjoyable in my opinion.
Maybe they will bring a work by Ratmansky next time or something else rarely seen in the West?
If not I will have to make a trip to Moscow I guess.


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Arts: Raising the bar

By GEORGE LOOMIS
The Financial Times
August 12, 2004

When its subsidiary theatre, the New Stage, was being built a few years ago, the Bolshoi Theatre said it would be used for experimental productions. What? At the Bolshoi?

... For good or ill, when foreigners attended the Bolshoi, whether opera or ballet, they knew they would witness something approaching the classical Russian thing.
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