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Don Quixote variation: 1. Andrei Merkuriev 2. Denis Savin (as Gamache) 3. Ruslan Skvortsov. Kitri variation: 1. Nadezhda Gracheva 2. Maria Alexandrova 3. Maria Allash. Coda: 1. Merkuriev 2. Andrei Uvarov 3. Allash 4. Gracheva 5. Nikolai Tsiskaridze 6. Alexandrova Like me on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bundu-Ballerina-YouTube-Channel/474249369285874
Uliana Lopatkina & Ivan Kozlov, Nelli Kobakhidze & Artem Shpilevsky, Svetlana Lunkina & Ruslan Skvortsov, Ekaterina Krysanova & Dmitri Gudanov, Nina Kaptsova & Andrei Merkuriev, Maria Alexandrova & Sergei Filin, Irina Golub & Igor Kolb, Alina Somova & Andrian Fadeyev, Viktoria Tereshkina & Anton Korsakov, Evgenia Obraztsova & Vladimir Shklyarov, Ekaterina Osmolkina & Mikhail Lobukhin, Olesia Novikova & Leonid Sarafanov, Natalia Osipova & Ivan Vasiliev
L'histoire de Manon Pas de deux Act I, Scene II Melissa Hamilton, Claudio Coviello choreography Kenneth MacMillan music Jules Massenet La rose malade Maria Eichwald, Mick Zeni ballet by Roland Petit music Gustav Mahler Grand Pas Classique Alina Somova, Leonid Sarafanov choreography Victor Gsovskij music Daniel-François Auber Carmen Pas de deux Polina Semionova, Roberto Bolle ballet by Roland Petit music Georges Bizet The Dying Swan Svetlana Zakharova choreography Michail Fokin music Camille Saint-Saëns Don Chisciotte Grand Pas de deux Act III Nicoletta Manni, Ivan Vasiliev choreography Marius Petipa music Ludwig Minkus Light Rain Pas de deux Lucia Lacarra, Marlon Dino choreography Gerald Arpino music Douglas Adams e Russ Gauthier Romeo and Juliet Pas de deux Act I, Scene VI Maria Ei...
Prima ballerina Ekaterina Krysanova takes the Telegraph backstage to watch a training class as the Bolshoi ballet open their UK run with Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House. The Bolshoi is embarking on a three-week run at London's Royal Opera House to mark its 50th anniversary. The famous company launches its Golden Jubilee season with Swan Lake which opened on July 29. Prima ballerina Ekaterina Krysanova talks exclusively to the Telegraph about the rigours of training for one of Russia's greatest ballets. Victor Hochhauser presents The Bolshoi Ballet at the Royal Opera House (until Saturday August 17) Read more: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/dance/10209511/A-dance-class-with-the-Bolshoi-ballet-ahead-of-their-first-performance-of-Swan-lake.html
Bolshoi Ballet star soloist Pavel Dmitrichenko pleaded not guilty Tuesday to masterminding an acid attack on the theater's artistic director, Sergei Filin, a court spokesman told CNN. Alleged accomplice Yuri Zarutsky pleaded guilty to carrying out the attack, but he said he had acted alone. A third defendant in the case, Andrei Lipatov, denied the charges. He's accused of aiding Zarutsky by acting as his driver. Filin was walking up to his Moscow apartment in January when a masked assailant tossed sulfuric acid onto his face, leaving him severely burned and nearly blinded. Proceedings were adjourned to Thursday after the three men heard and responded to the charges.
Four principle dancers from Russia's world renowned Bolshoi ballet company travel to London for a very special one off gala performance with some stars of the future. Like what you see? Please subscribe http://youtube.com/RTUKnews FOLLOW ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RTUKnews FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK: http://fb.com/RTUKnews READ MORE http://rt.com/uk/ WATCH LIVE: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-uk-air/
For those interested in contacting me regarding seeing any excerpts of dancers or ballets, you can write to email@example.com. On January 22, 2017, the Bolshoi Ballet Sleeping Beauty will be shown in movie theatres around the world. Aurora is Olga Smirnova. Lilac Fairy is Yulia Stepanova. Diamond Fairy is Margarita Shrainer. Princess Florine is Anastasia Denisova. 4 current/future Bolshoi ballerina stars will show their great talent and the great eye for talent that Makhar Vaziev possesses..
Station sign. Steam train pulls in. Bolshoi stars alight. Ulanova in back of car. Sightseeing: Shakespeare's birthplace. Theatre on river bank. Signs etc. Good Shots of Shakespeare Memorial Theatre You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b5dc1ccff39d4e3c99ffce6a3670f45e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Maria Alexandrova & Mihail Lobuhin
Costumes arriving at Stage door. Exterior Covent Garden with posters. Good Exterior GV Covent Garden Opera House. Posed shots of the Bolshoi stars. Loading scenery onto lorries from storage point. Russian plane lands - people off.... reporters 7 photographers. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b3c0f6e6e4eb4c82941158b439e4d254 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
A dozen top ballet stars including Svetlana Zakharova and Natalia Osipova will on Sunday perform at a keenly awaited but politically sensitive gala at Moscow's Bolshoi Theatre in support of young dancers in war-torn Ukraine. Duration: 00:43
Here is my list of my top fifteen favorite female ballet dancers! I recognize that not everyone may agree with my rankings, but they're my opinions. Order: 15. Ludmila Pagliero (Paris Opera Ballet: Don Quixote) 14. Gillian Murphy (American Ballet Theater: Swan Lake) 13. Anastasia Stashkevich (Bolshoi Ballet: Esmeralda) 12. Anna Tikhomirova (Bolshoi Ballet: Don Quixote) 11. Ekaterina Krysanova (Bolshoi Ballet: Jewels) 10. Diana Vishneva (Romeo and Juliet) 9. Tamara Rojo (Manon) 8. Olga Smirnova (Bolshoi Ballet: Jewels) 7. Myriam Ould-Braham (Paris Opera Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty) 6. Olesya Novikova (Raymonda) 5. Nina Kaptsova (Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire) 4. Natalia Osipova (Flames of Paris) 3. Evgenia Obraztsova (Bolshoi Ballet: Marco Spada) 2. Marianela Nunez (La Baydere) 1...
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