“Swan Lake”, live from Moscow, in the Boliche Cinemes

The cinema venue will offer a live transmission of the ballet classic, interpreted by the stars and soloists of Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, on the 25th of January

As part of their regular programme, the Boliche Cinemes are also offering a selection of opera and ballet, with live transmissions of some of the more popular productions from the Russian capital. As part of the initiative, on Sunday the 25th of January, beginning at 4 pm, the venue will offer a live screening of Swan Lake direct from Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre.

The piece, the most acclaimed work of Russian composer Piotr Tchaikovsky, and surely the most famous ballet ever staged, is interpreted by the stars, soloists and members of the Russian capital’s most famous ballet company, with a libretto and choreography by Yuri Grigorovich.

Swan Lake, originally commissioned by the Bolshoi Theatre in 1875 and first staged in 1877, is a fairy tale in four acts with a spectacular mise-en-scène and choreography that tells of the enchanting love story between a prince and a young girl transformed into a swan by a witch’s curse.

In addition to Swan Lake, the Boliche Cinemes will, over the coming months, be screening other operas and ballets such as Don Carlo (12/02), Romeo and Juliette (25/02), La Traviata (17/03), Il Trovatore (19/04) y The Magic Flute (23/04).
 

Live screening of Swan Lake

When: January 25th, 16 h

Price: 20 €

Where: Boliche Cinemes

More informations here

Publication date: Thursday, 22 January 2015
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