Best entertainment for Sunday! Ballet for children & whole family, must see!

Ballet voor kinderen vanaf 3 jaar en volwassenen op de muziek van C. Saint-Saens, J. Offenbach, A. Dvořák, J. Massenet.
Choreografie en enscenering Tatiana Petrova en Vladislav Kuramshin
Ballet voor kinderen gebaseerd op het verhaal van de gebroeders Grimm. Het verhaal, dat alle kinderen al honderden jaren meesleept, wordt verteld in een originele, lichte en vrolijke enscenering. De choreografie van de bekende St-Petersburgse choreografen Tatiana Petrova en Vladislav Kuramshin, kleurrijke kostuums, en de geweldige muziek zullen niemand onverschillig laten en zullen het publiek helpen onder te duiken in een magische en sprookjesachtige wereld. Aan de voorstelling nemen talentvolle jeugdige dansers deel, studenten van de Vladislav Kuramshin's Academy of Classical Russian Ballet, onder wie laureaten en winnaars van verschillende internationale en nationale ballet competities en solisten van het ballettheater "Choreografische Miniaturen". De voorstelling werd met groot succes vertoond tijdens theater- en schooltournees in Finland (Helsinki) en Letland (Riga, Ventspils en Daugavpils). In 2012 werd de voorstelling door de auteurs neergezet in het theater "Centro de Arte", Guayaquil, Ecuador; in het seizoen 2014-2015 vonden premieres van het stuk plaats in Nederland (Den Haag) en in de Verenigde Staten (New York en Washington DC). De rollen werden gedanst door winnaars en laureaten van internationale wedstrijden van Rusland en Nederland.
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November 22, 2019

“The Nutcracker”
Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin
(with fragments of choreography by V. Vaynonen)

 

Best entertainment for the whole family at Christmas time, must see!
The most famous in a world Christmas ballet "The Nutcracker" was created in Russia by the great Russian composer Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky and was staged for the first time in the XIX century by the glorified ballet master Marius Petipa.

In the new stage version of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet St. Petersburg / The Hague / Rotterdam leading by Mr. Vladislav Kuramshin (member of International Dance Council CID UNESCO) and Tatiana Petrova this performance which became ballet classic heritage long time ago sounds brightly, vividly, and fascinating.


Young dancers - students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam, many of whom are the winners and laureates of different International ballet competitions, dance this performance with such inspiration and technical skills - even the most difficult elements of classical ballet, such as fouettes, they can perform at the level of adult professional ballet dancers.

In the new edition of this ballet, a new character appeared – the Winter Fairy who helped the main character - Masha to remove a spell from the Prince-Nutcracker.


The choreography and staging version  - by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin, Russian ballet masters.

The performance was shown on ballet tours in Spain and Africa, The Netherlands and Latvia. The last update of the ballet was presented to the St.-Petersburg's audience in December, 2011.
In 2014-2015 season – premiere of this classical ballet in The Hague, The Netherlands.


Leading roles' performers (ballet season 2019-2020): Iana Zavyalova (International Ballet Competition winner), David Vermeulen (International Ballet Competition winner), Beatrice Somova, Lotte van Breukelen and Nina Soltani (International Ballet Competition laureates), Josephine van der Plas, Daniella Kolsters and Victoria Sinitski (International Ballet Competition winners and laureates) - and other students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam.

December 13, 2019

“The Nutcracker”
Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin
(with fragments of choreography by V. Vaynonen)

 

Best entertainment for the whole family at Christmas time, must see!
The most famous in a world Christmas ballet "The Nutcracker" was created in Russia by the great Russian composer Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky and was staged for the first time in the XIX century by the glorified ballet master Marius Petipa.

In the new stage version of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet St. Petersburg / The Hague / Rotterdam leading by Mr. Vladislav Kuramshin (member of International Dance Council CID UNESCO) and Tatiana Petrova this performance which became ballet classic heritage long time ago sounds brightly, vividly, and fascinating.


Young dancers - students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam, many of whom are the winners and laureates of different International ballet competitions, dance this performance with such inspiration and technical skills - even the most difficult elements of classical ballet, such as fouettes, they can perform at the level of adult professional ballet dancers.

In the new edition of this ballet, a new character appeared – the Winter Fairy who helped the main character - Masha to remove a spell from the Prince-Nutcracker.


The choreography and staging version  - by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin, Russian ballet masters.

The performance was shown on ballet tours in Spain and Africa, The Netherlands and Latvia. The last update of the ballet was presented to the St.-Petersburg's audience in December, 2011.
In 2014-2015 season – premiere of this classical ballet in The Hague, The Netherlands.


Leading roles' performers (ballet season 2019-2020): Iana Zavyalova (International Ballet Competition winner), David Vermeulen (International Ballet Competition winner), Beatrice Somova, Lotte van Breukelen and Nina Soltani (International Ballet Competition laureates), Josephine van der Plas, Daniella Kolsters and Victoria Sinitski (International Ballet Competition winners and laureates) - and other students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam.

December 13, 2019

“The Nutcracker”
Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin
(with fragments of choreography by V. Vaynonen)

 

Best entertainment for the whole family at Christmas time, must see!
The most famous in a world Christmas ballet "The Nutcracker" was created in Russia by the great Russian composer Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky and was staged for the first time in the XIX century by the glorified ballet master Marius Petipa.

In the new stage version of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet St. Petersburg / The Hague / Rotterdam leading by Mr. Vladislav Kuramshin (member of International Dance Council CID UNESCO) and Tatiana Petrova this performance which became ballet classic heritage long time ago sounds brightly, vividly, and fascinating.


Young dancers - students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam, many of whom are the winners and laureates of different International ballet competitions, dance this performance with such inspiration and technical skills - even the most difficult elements of classical ballet, such as fouettes, they can perform at the level of adult professional ballet dancers.

In the new edition of this ballet, a new character appeared – the Winter Fairy who helped the main character - Masha to remove a spell from the Prince-Nutcracker.


The choreography and staging version  - by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin, Russian ballet masters.

The performance was shown on ballet tours in Spain and Africa, The Netherlands and Latvia. The last update of the ballet was presented to the St.-Petersburg's audience in December, 2011.
In 2014-2015 season – premiere of this classical ballet in The Hague, The Netherlands.


Leading roles' performers (ballet season 2019-2020): Iana Zavyalova (International Ballet Competition winner), David Vermeulen (International Ballet Competition winner), Beatrice Somova, Lotte van Breukelen and Nina Soltani (International Ballet Competition laureates), Josephine van der Plas, Daniella Kolsters and Victoria Sinitski (International Ballet Competition winners and laureates) - and other students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam.

December 14, 2019

“The Nutcracker”
Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin
(with fragments of choreography by V. Vaynonen)

 

Best entertainment for the whole family at Christmas time, must see! Free parking near Bergkerk concert hall.
The most famous in a world Christmas ballet "The Nutcracker" was created in Russia by the great Russian composer Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky and was staged for the first time in the XIX century by the glorified ballet master Marius Petipa.

In the new stage version of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet St. Petersburg / The Hague / Rotterdam leading by Mr. Vladislav Kuramshin (member of International Dance Council CID UNESCO) and Tatiana Petrova this performance which became ballet classic heritage long time ago sounds brightly, vividly, and fascinating.


Young dancers - students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam, many of whom are the winners and laureates of different International ballet competitions, dance this performance with such inspiration and technical skills - even the most difficult elements of classical ballet, such as fouettes, they can perform at the level of adult professional ballet dancers.

In the new edition of this ballet, a new character appeared – the Winter Fairy who helped the main character - Masha to remove a spell from the Prince-Nutcracker.


The choreography and staging version  - by Tatiana Petrova and Vladislav Kuramshin, Russian ballet masters.

The performance was shown on ballet tours in Spain and Africa, The Netherlands and Latvia. The last update of the ballet was presented to the St.-Petersburg's audience in December, 2011.
In 2014-2015 season – premiere of this classical ballet in The Hague, The Netherlands.


Leading roles' performers (ballet season 2019-2020): Iana Zavyalova (International Ballet Competition winner), David Vermeulen (International Ballet Competition winner), Beatrice Somova, Lotte van Breukelen and Nina Soltani (International Ballet Competition laureates), Josephine van der Plas, Daniella Kolsters and Victoria Sinitski (International Ballet Competition winners and laureates) - and other students of the Academy of Classical Russian Ballet The Hague / Rotterdam.

December 20, 2019

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