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Ballet
20 February / Sat 19:00–21:30
Winter Dreams
G. Meyerbeer, B. Herrmann, P. I. Tchaikovsky

One-act ballet to music composed by Giacomo Meyerbeer from Le Prophète and L'Étoile du Nord operas and arranged by Constant Lambert

Choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton. Costumes designed by William Chappell. Staged by Julie Lincoln

It was first presented in London in 1937. The Russian premiere was taken place in Perm in 2014. Running time: 25 minutes

The performance of Sir Frederick Ashton’s Les Patineurs (The Skaters) (1937) to music composed by Meyerbeer is a charming winter sketch — it is as though one is peeping through a Victorian window. To this day it remains a repertoire favourite of The Royal Ballet.

The ballet is staged in collaboration with the Frederick Ashton Foundation in accordance with Ashton’s style and technique

Age category: 12+
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
directors
Artistic Director: Alexey Miroshnichenko
The Revival Musical Director and Conductor: Artyom Abashev
Conductor: Vladimir Tkachenko
Ballet Master (2014): Julie Lincoln
Ballet Master (2019): Denis Bonner
The 2014 production Musical Director: Valentin Uryupin
Lighting Designer: Igor Zinn

One-act ballet

Choreography and scenography by Douglas Lee

The world premiere was taken place in Perm in 2014. Running time: 18 minutes

When the Snow Was Falling is a new work by Douglas Lee, written exclusively for the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre. This is the second collaboration between the choreographer and the Perm dancers: in 2012, Douglas Lee was nominated for the ‘Golden Mask’ award for his ballet Souvenir, which he created for the Perm Theatre.

Age category: 12+
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
directors
Artistic Director: Alexey Miroshnichenko
Choreography, Set Design, and Light by Douglas Lee
Assistant Choreographer: Alexander Zaitsev
Lighting Designer: Igor Zinn

One-act ballet to music composed by Petr Tchaikovsky and arranged by Philip Gammon, traditional Russian music arranged by Sarah Freestone

Choreography by Sir Kenneth MacMillan. Costumes designed by Peter Farmer

It was first presented in London in 1991. The Russian premiere was taken place in Perm in 2014. Running time: 50 minutes

Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s Winter Dreams, inspired by Chekhov’s play Three Sisters, to music from different works by Pyotr Tchaikovsky is a beautiful embodiment of melancholy through the medium of choreography.

The ballet is staged in collaboration with the Kenneth MacMillan Foundation in accordance with MacMillan’s style and technique

Age category: 12+ 

Age category: 12+
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
directors
Artistic Director: Alexey Miroshnichenko
The revival Musical Director: Artyom Abashev
Ballet Masters (2014) — Grant Coyle, Bruce Sansom
Ballet Masters (2019) — Jane Elliott, Stephen Wicks
The 2014 production Musical Director — Valentin Uryupin
Lighting Designer — Igor Zinn
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21 February / Sun 19:00–21:30
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