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Mariinsky (kirov) Theatre
1, Theatralnaya sq.
The Mariinsky (Kirov Ballet) Theatre Playbill

The history of the Mariinsky theatre started in 1783 when the Bolshoi (Stone) Theatre was open in Petersburg, where dramatic opera and ballet performances were staged. Now there is the Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire.

By the declare of Ekaterina II the Bolshoi (Stone) theatre was built on the site of that building, surpassed the great European theatres by its brilliance and luxury. In 1849 in the building, constructed on the project of the...more»


The Swan Lake
The Swan Lake

ballet
From its premiere in 1895 this show has been recognized as the top performance of the Russian ballet theatre. The most successful version is that by Riccardo Drigo, a renowned Kapellm...more»


The Swan Lake
Carmen

opera in four acts

Music: Georges Bizet
Production by Alexei Stepanyuk (2005)

Irina Mataeva
Yekaterina Semenchyuk
Yury Marusin
Edward Tsanga
Condcutor...more»



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Alexandrinsky theatre
2, Ostrovskogo sq.
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The Alexandrinsky Theatre Playbill

The Alexandrinsky Theatre building, created by K. Rossi, is one of the outstanding samples of Russian Classicism. It plays the main part in the ensemble of Ostrovskogo Square.

During the re-planning of the Anichkov estate in 1817-1818 a big city square appeared between the Public Library and the Garden of the Anichkov Palace. For more than 10 years, from 1816 to 1827, Rossi designed a number of projects of reconstruction and building of this square, planned the constructions a city theatre at it. The final v...more»


Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet

ballet in 2 acts

SYNOPSIS.
Act 1
Prologue
In the world of dreams, where Queen Mab reigns, souls of Romeo and Juliet meet. They tell the story of their love and death. ...more»



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St-Petersburg Conservatory
3, Teatralnaya sq.
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The Rimsky-Korsakov St.Petersburg State Conservatory Playbill

The Rimsky-Korsakov St.Petersburg State Conservatory, the first public school of music in Russia was inaugurated on September, 20th, 1862. The foundation of the Conservatory crowned the efforts of a group of progressive-minded musicians of the XIX century. It boasts Anton Rubinstein, Henrick Wieniawski, Karl Schubert, Gavriil Lomakin as founding members.
By that time the distinctive features of Russian musical performance style had been developed by generations of Russian singers, pianists, conductors, string an...more»


The Nutcracker
The Nutcracker

ballet

The plot follows the fairly tale of E. Goffman. The Christmas Day in the house of Stahlbaums ends with Masha, the daughter of the family dreaming about the war of her dolls with t...more»



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hermitage theatre
34, Dvortsovaya embankment
The Hermitage Theatre Playbill

Ballet performances in the Emperor Hermitage theatre of the State Hermitage took a special place in an event programme of theatrical Petersburg.

The word "Hermitage" is strongly associated with the palace complex of Winter Emperor Palace in the center of Saint Petersburg. The complex of buildings of the Winter Palace is a masterpiece of palace architecture and serves the main decoration of the city on Neva.

The State Hermitage takes five monumental buildings, created in 18-19th centuries by ...more»


The Swan Lake
The Swan Lake

ballet

From its premiere in 1895 this show has been recognized as the top performance of the Russian ballet theatre. The most successful version is that by Riccardo Drigo, a renowned Kap...more»


Giselle
Giselle

ballet

The story of love of young Count Albreht who hides his title and his bride from Giselle, a peasant girl. Jealousy of Hilarion the gamekeeper leads to the deceit being uncovered. G...more»



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4, Truda sq.
The Nikolaevsky Palace (Grand Duke Nikolay palace) Playbill

The Nikolayevsky Art-Centre, the sponsor of Russian shows in St.Petersburg, is placed in the Nikolayevsky Palace and named after it. Whatever deep the emotional sensations at the Russian folklore may be, they are certainly emphasized by a magnificent interior of the Palace. It is a fine specimen of architecture of the 19th century built to the design of the famous German born Russian architect Andrey Stakenshneider for the son of Emperor Nikolay I, Grand Duke Nikolay. Due to this fact, the current name of the forme...more»


Feel yourself Russian
Feel yourself Russian

folk show
Enchanting festival of Russian spirit "Feel yourself Russian"! The show is performed by the professional folk companies.
It's a Russian folk ensemble. The three musici...more»



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mussorgsky opera and ballet theatre info
1, Iskusstv sq.
The Mussorgsky (Mikhailovsky) Opera and Ballet Theatre Playbill

On 8 November 1833 the first performance took place on the stage of the Imperial Mikhailovsky Theatre just built by the architect A. Briullov.

The brilliantly suitable to the architectural ensemble of Michailovskaya square building became the third Emperor stage in Saint Petersburg. But differently from its neighbors the Mariinsky and Alexandrovsky theatres this stage did not have its own troupe and definite repertoire and genre tendency. Firs...more»


Eugene Onegin
Eugene Onegin

opera

Based on Pushkins novel in verses entitled Eugene Onegin, which is known as the encyclopedia of Russian life, the plot tells about young provincial girl Tatyana who sincerely decla...more»


The Golden Age
The Swan Lake

ballet

From its premiere in 1895 this show has been recognized as the top performance of the Russian ballet theatre. The most successful version is that by Riccardo Drigo, a renowned Kap...more»



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Petersburg Philharmonia Order Tickets to Opera and Ballet
Mikhailovskaya st., 2
The Academic Philharmonic named after D.D.Shostakovich Playbill

The St. Petersburg Philharmonia, the oldest Philharmonia in Russia, is more than two hundred years old. Its history goes back to 1802 when the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society, the first one in Europe, was created. It organized the world premiere of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in 1824.

The building housing the Philharmonia was constructed in 1839 by the architect P. Jacot (the facade designed by C. Rossi) for the St. Petersburg Assembly of the Noble.

The hall with wonderful acoustics and a seating c...more»



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Music-hall1
Alexandrovsky park, 4
Music-hall Playbill

Music-hall...more»


Swan lake
Swan lake

Ballet in 3 acts

Music: Petr Tchaikovsky

Libretto: Vladimir Begichev, Vasily Geltzer

Choreography: Marius Petipa

ACT 1

Prince Siegfried is celebrating his coming of...more»


The Nutcracker
The Nutcracker

Ballet in 3 Acts, with Prologue and Epilogue
First performed at the Maryinsky Theatre, 1892
Music by Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky (1892)
Libretto by M. I. Petipa
based on the story of E....more»



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Anichkov Palace
39, Nevsky Prospect
The Anichkov Palace Playbill

The Anichkov Palace was designed and built between 1741 and 1751 on the instruction of Tsarina Elisabeth by the architects Zemzov, Dmitriev and Rastrelli. Catherine II presented the palace in 1776 to her favorite, Potemkin. He sold the palace as he was short of money, starting the process all over again. Until the Revolution, a number of heirs to the throne and other members of the Imperial family lived here. The palace has undergone numerous alterations over the years. In 1778 I. J. Starov rebuilt the facade, and ...more»



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State Circus on Fontanka
65, Fontanka embankment
State Circus of St.-Petersburg on Fontanka Playbill

Circus performances had a great success among citizens of St-Petersburg even in XVII century. They were held at squares during folk holidays in Maneges that were used for horse riding training. In XIX century special circus buildings were built. But they were wooden and not very comfortable.
The first constant circus - "Turnier circus" was built in 1827 on the same place where the present circus is. More than 120 years ago, on 26 December 1877, there was the opening of the Circus on Fontanka - the fir...more»



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