on Monday, April 6, at 20.00 starts the Opera “La Boheme” by G. Verdi. Puccini. This performance was shown in the framework of the VIII St. Petersburg international festival “Opera for all”. Viewers will get pleasure from the skill of the conductor Fabio Mastrangelo and leading Russian soloists: Stanislav Leontiev (Mariinsky theatre), Alexander Rider (Seaside Opera troupe of Mariinsky theater), Nikita Adalina (“St. Petersburg Opera”), Denis Sedov, Lev Elgardt (Academy of young Opera singers of the Mariinsky theatre), Olga Cheremnykh (musical theatre “Zazerkalie”), Anna Nikulinoj and Sergey Kostevich (St. Petersburg state theater “Music Hall”). Among participants also the chorus of the theater “Music Hall” under the direction of honored artist of the Russian Federation Valentina Kopylova-Panchenko.
the Days of Tarkovsky will be held in an online format
Wednesday, April 8, the audience is waiting for yet another classic production in a new way – the ice show of Ilya Averbukh’s “Romeo and Juliet”, which was shown on one of the most famous venues in Europe – the Italian Arena-di-Verona in the framework of “Russian seasons” in Italy. The main role in the ice fairy tale performed by six Olympic Champions Alexei Yagudin and Roman Kostomarov, Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov, Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin. They dance to the enchanting music of Sergei Prokofiev, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Johann Sebastian Bach, Felix Mendelssohn and original compositions by Roman Ignatiev, specially created for this performance.
Finally, 20 APR sophisticated audience waiting for the concert of the chamber ensemble “Soloists of Moscow” under control of Yury Bashmet held in the framework of the closing ceremony of the project “Russian seasons” in Germany in the famous Elbe FilemonAI. The musicians performed works by Alfred Schnittke, Kuzma Bodrov and Pyotr Tchaikovsky.
All streams of the project “Stay home with Russian Seasons” is available on the project website in the section Stay home and in social networks “Classmates” https://ok.ru/russian.seasons and “Vkontakte”.