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15.07.2019

The original version of Giselle

The original version of Giselle in choreography by a renown dance-maker Akram Khan (Benois nominee) was shown on the new stage of the Bolshoi theatre in the frame of the Chekhov Festival by the English National Ballet.

Leading roles were danced by Benois laureates Alina Cojocaru, Isaak Hernandes and Tamara Rojo (Artistic Director of the company who's idea was to commision this version to Akram Khan). The company principal James Stritter was Tamara Rojo's partner.

Akram Khan has been nominated to Benois de la Danse for Giselle in 2017.

9.07.2019

The World premiere on the stage of Paris Opera.

Globally renowned choreographer, Benois de la Danse lauréate Mats Ek who announced a few years ago that he was going to completely retire from making choreographies and even staging his old works, presented on the stage of Palais Garnier the full evening of his creations Mats Ek. The new works include a duo Another Place to the music by Franz List and the famous Bolero by Maurice Ravel.

The Programme of the evening started with Carmen, ballet that choreographer created for his wife and muse Ana Laguna (Benois-Massine Prize laureate) 27 years ego.

25.05.2019

THE 27th INTERNATIONAL BALLET FESTIVAL BENOIS DE LA DANSE WINNERS ANNOUNCED

On May 21, the Bolshoi Theatre's Historic Stage saw the announcement of the 27th Benois de la Dansewinners

This year 6 choreographic works were nominated for the Prize and on the evening of May 21 the jury announced that the award for “Best Choreography” goes to Fredrik Benke Rydman (Duet with an Industrial Robot, Stockholm City Theatre) and Christian Spuck (Winterreise, Zurich Ballet)

Soloists of 11 leading dance troupes from around the world competed for the title of Benois laureate.The award for “Best Female Dancer“ went to Ashley Bouder (Swanilda, Coppelia, New York City Ballet) and Elisa Carrillo Cabrera (Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, State Ballet Berlin). Vadim Muntagirov (Prince Siegfried, Swan Lake, Royal Ballet London) was named “Best Male Dancer”.

Scenographer John Macfarlane (Swan Lake, Royal Ballet London) was also awarded the Benois Prize.

This year the „Lifetime Achievement Award” went to Jiří Kylián, an outstanding choreographer and two-time Benois de la Danse laureate. The Russian-Italian Benois-Massine Prize was awarded to the Prima-Ballerina of the Hamburg Ballet Anna Laudere and the Artistic Director of Chicago’s Hubbard Street Dance Glenn Edgerton is set to receive the Benois-2017 statuette on behalf of highly acclaimed choreographer Crystal Pite.

The Jury of Benois-2019: Yuri Grigorovich, Dirk Badenhorst, Ted Brandsen, Svetlana Zakharova, Ana Laguna, Agnès Letestu, Vladimir Malakhov and Rachel Moore.

The second half of the evening was in no way less entertaining, as it included the gala concert of 2019 laureates, who performed the works of Juanjo Arques, Spetime Webre, Christian Spuck. Manuel Legris presented a duet from his version of Leo Delibes' “Sylvia” and Swedish choreographer Fredrik Rydman presented a miniature, that was created specially for the gala. Ashley Bauder from the NYC Ballet performed the wedding pas de deux from George Balanchine’s “Coppelia” with Seth Orza.Elisa Carrillo Cabrera and Ivan Zaytsev performed a duet from Nacho Duato’s “Romeo and Juliet”. Yuan Yuan Tan from the San Francisco Ballet and the Royal Swedish Ballet’s Kaho Yanagisawa along with their respective partners presented the choreography of Christopher Wheeldon and William Forsythe. Cuban dancer and choreographer from the Malpaso Dance Company Abel Rojo performed his miniature to the music of Erik Satie’s “Gnossienne”.Daniel Camargo and Elisa Badenes presented the immortal pas de deux from “Don Quixote” and the pas de deux from “La Sylphide” was performed by the premieres of the Washington Ballet Andile Ndlovuand Maki Onuki. Representing the Bolshoi Theatre was Viacheslav Lopatin, who danced a fragment from the ballet “NUREYEV” choreographed by Y.Posokhova, and Amadine Albisson participated in the gala on behalf of the Paris Opera Ballet.

A reception was held at the end of the concert to celebrate the Benois-2019 awards. Guests were offered champagne from the Abrau-Durso wine house and The Maison Mugler, who is a partner of the festival presented a new perfume collection, much to the guests’ delight.

21.05.2019

BENOIS DE LA DANSE-2019 LAUREATES

FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
Jiri Kylian

CHOREOGRAPHERS
Fredrik Benke Rydman
Christian Spuck

BALLERINAS
Ashley Bouder
Elisa Carrillo Cabrera

DANCERS
Vadim Muntagirov

SCENOGRAPHER
John Macfarlane

THE RUSSIAN-ITALIAN PRIZE BENOIS-MASSINE
Anna Laudere

16.05.2019

22 MAY 2019. CHARITY GALA STARS OF BENOIS DE LA DANSE BENOIS – TO THE YEAR OF THEATRE

P R O G R A M M E

MONOLOGUE OFLISA from QUEEN OF SPADES
To the music by S.Rachmaninov
Choreography by A.CHOLINA
Hermann – NOJUS BARTAŠKA
Lisa – ANA BUCHOVSKAJA-ZAMULSKIENE
Prince Eletsky– ROKAS SPALINSKAS
World premiere

DEGUNINO
To the music by A.Knaifel
Choreography by M.MORAU
guest soloist of the Norwegian National Ballet
MARIA KOCHETKOVA – Benois de la Danse nominee,
Benois-Massine Prize laureate
Moscow premiere

Duet from THE CREATION
To the music by J. Haydn
Choreography by U.SCHOLZ
soloists of the Berlin State Ballet
ELISA CARRILLO CABRERA – Benois de la Danse nominee
MIKHAIL KANISKIN

Duet from ORPHEUS
To the music by H.I.F.fon Biber, I. Stravinsky
Choreography, costumes, light concept by J.NEUMEIER – laureate of Benois de la Danse
soloists of the Hamburg Ballet
SILVIA AZZONI –laureate of Benois de la Danse
ALEXANDER RIABKO – laureate of Benois de la Danse

DANCE OF THE BLESSED SPIRITS
To the music by Ch.W.Gluck
Choreography by F.ASHTON
Soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia
DENIS RODKIN – laureate of Benois de la Danse

Ch.W.Gluck. Duet from ORPHEE AND EURYDICE
Choreography, costumes, light concept by J.NEUMEIER
soloists of Joffrey Ballet
VICTORIA JAIANI
TEMUR SULUASHVILI

THE FINAL SCENE from ANNA KARENINA
To the music by A.Schnittke
Choreography by A.CHOLINA
actors of the State Academic Vakhtangov Theatre
Anna- ANASTASIA KUIMOVA
Vronsky – DMITRY SOLOMYKIN
Kniagna Sorokina – ANASTASIA JDANOVA
Countess Vronskaya – VERA NOVIKOVA
Higher Society

INTERMISSION

MONOLOGUE OF IAGO from OTHELLO
To the music by J.Adams
Choreography by A.CHOLINA
actors of the State Academic Vakhtangov Theatre
Iago – VICTOR DOBRONRAVOV
Desdemona – ANASTASIA KUIMOVA
Waves, Thoughts

FIREBREATHER
To the music by L.Einaudi
Choreography byK.KOZIELSKA
soloist of the Dutch National Ballet
DANIEL CAMARGO – Benois-2019 nominee
Moscow premiere

T.O’Regan. Duet of Mata and Vadim from MATA HARI
Choreography by T.BRANDSEN
soloists of the Dutch National Ballet
MAIA MAKHATELI – Benois-2019 nominee
JAMES STOUT
Moscow premiere

NOCTURNE
To the music by F.Chopin
Choreography by CH.SPUCK – Benois-2019 nominee
soloists of the Zurich Ballet
ELENA VOSTROTINA
COHEN AITCHISON-DUGAS
World premiere

DUET OF NASTASYA PHILIPOVNA AND PARFYON ROGOZHIN
To the music by G.Kancheli
Choreography by A.CHOLINA
prima ballerina of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia
OLGA SMIRNOVA – laureate of Benois de la Danse
choreographer of the Mariinsky Theatre Filial in Vladikavkaz
VALERY SUANOV
World premiere

HEROICA, 2ND MOVEMENT from BEETHOVEN-PROJECT
To the music by L.van Beethoven
Choreography, costumes, light concept by J.NEUMEIER
soloists of the Hamburg Ballet
ANNA LAUDERE – laureate of Benois-Massine Prize
EDVIN REVAZOV
Russian premiere

Direction of the gala
ANDREY MELANYIN

Stage Designer
SERGEY TIMONIN

Light Designer
SERGEY SHEVCHENKO

Light designer assistant
ALEXANDER ROMANOV

Soundman
ANDREY VOLKOV

Stage operator
ROMAN SMIRNOV

Stage managers
ANDREY MELANIN, VLADIMIR SÑHERBAKOV, MIKHAIL MINEEV

Director of the technical staff
Igor SUVOROV

Chairman of the BENOIS DE LA DANSE Program
YURI GRIGOROVICH

President of the Board
REGINA NIKIFOROVA

Artistic Director
NINA KUDRIAVTSEVA-LOORY

Official photographer
MIKHAIL LOGVINOV

Video-projections
SERGEY BORISOV

Project coordinator
OLGA GORCHAKOVA

Financial Office
LLC Auditors KEMENOV,
ALEXEY NIKITIN

Administrator
VALENTINA DMITRENKO

Press Office
OLGA KULIKOVA

Manager of Internet Projects
NATALIA PUTICHEVA

Group of interpreters’ coordinator
MARIA PDGORNOVA

Printing Products
TEATRALIS PUBLISHING HOUSE

Executive Producer
TATIANA SIDOROVA

13.05.2019

21 MAY 2019. BENOIS DE LA DANSE. P R O G R A M M E

PART I

M. Pierce — Benois-2019 nominee
Excerpt from THE WIZARD OF OZ
Choreography by S.WEBRE – Benois-2019 nominee
soloists of theKansas City Ballet
LILIANA HAGERMAN
JEREMY HANSON
LAMIN DOS SANTOS
soloist of Colorado Ballet
CHRISTOPHOR MOULTON
soloist of Royal Winnipeg Ballet
STEPHAN AZULAY
Russian premiere

K.Whitley — Benois-2019 nominee.
Excerpt from IGNITE
Choreography by J.ARQUÉS–Benois-2019 nominee
soloists of Dutch National Ballet
ANNA TSYGANKOVA
YOUNG GUY CHOI
Piano – KATE WHITLEY
Russian premiere

THE TREATMENT (NUTCRACKER — RELOADING)
to the music by P.Tchaikovsky
Choreography by F.BENKE RYDMAN –Benois 2019 nominee
soloists ofHouse of Shapes
ELLEN LINDBLAD
DANIEL KOIVUNEN
Russian premiere

Excerpt from WINTERREISE
to the music by F.Schubert/H.Zender
Choreography by CH.SPUCK — Benois-2019 nominee
soloists of the Zurich Ballet
ELENA VOSTROTINA
COHEN AITCHISON-DUGAS
DOMINIK SLAVKOVSKY
Moscow premiere

Excerpt from ARTIFACT-SUITE
To the music by I.S.Bach
Choreography, costumes and light concept by  W. FORSYTHE– laureate of Benois de la Danse,
soloists of the Royal Swedish Ballet
KAHO YANAGISAWA – Benois-2019 nominee
JONATAN DAVIDSSON

L.Delibes. Excerpts from SYLVIA
Choreography by M.LEGRIS – laureate of Benois de la Danse, nominee of 2019, after LUIS MÉRANTE
soloists of the Vienna State Ballet
NIKISHA FOGO
DENIS CHEREVICHKO – nominee of Benois de la Danse

Duet from the second act of LADY WITH THE CAMELLIAS
To the music by F.Chopin
Choreography by J.NEUMEIER– Benois de la Danse laureate
soloists of Dutch National Ballet
MAIA MAKHATELI– Benois-2019 nominee
JAMES STOUT

ADAGIETTO, 4TH MOVEMENT from FIFTH SYMPHONYOF GUSTAV MAHLER
to the music by G.Mahler
Choreography, costumes, lightconcept by 
J.NEUMEIER — laureate of Benois de la Danse
soloists of the Hamburg Ballet
ANNA LAUDERE– laureate of Benois–Massine Prize
EDVIN REVAZOV

PART II

S.Prokofiev.Duet from ROMEO AND JULIET
Choreography by N. DUATO – laureate of Benois de la Danse,
soloist of State Ballet Berlin
ELISA CARRILLO CABRERA —Benois — 2019 nominee
soloist of Mikhailovsky Theatre Ballet
IVAN ZAYTSEV

I.Demutsky– laureate of Benois de la Danse.
THE LETTRE from NUREYEV
Choreography by Y.POSSOKHOV – laureate of Benois de la Danse
soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia
VIATCHESLAV LOPATIN – Benois-2019 nominee

CARRING MY OWN FLOOR
To the music by E.Satie
Choreography by A. ROJO
soloist of Malpaso Company
ABEL ROJO — Benois-2019 nominee
Piano – VALERIA KACHUROVSKAYA
Russian premiere

H. Løvenskiold.Pas de deux from LA SYLPHIDE
Choreography by A.BOURNONVILLE
soloists of The Washington Ballet
MAKI ONUKI
ANDILE NDLOVU — Benois-2019 nominee

Duet from the third act of LADY WITH THE CAMELLIAS
To the music by F.Chopin
Choreography by J.NEUMEIER – laureate of Benois de la Danse
soloist of the Paris Opera Ballet
AMANDINE ALBISSON – Benois-2019 nominee soloist of the Hamburg Ballet
EDVIN REVAZOV

THE OTHER YOU
To the music by L.van Beethoven
Choreography by C.PITE – laureate of Benois de ls Danse
soloists of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
MICHAEL GROSS
ANDREW MURDOCK
Russian premiere

L.Delibes. Pas de deux from COPPÉLIA
Choreography by G.BALANCHINE and A.DANILOVA after M.PETIPA
©The George Balanchine Trust
soloist of the New York City Ballet
ASHLEY BOUDER
soloist of the Passific North-WestBallet
SETH ORZA

K.Henson. TAKE A DEEP BREATH
Choreography by CH.WHEELDON
soloists of San Francisco Ballet
YUAN YUAN TAN — Benois-2019 nominee
CARLO DI LANNO
Moscow premiere

L.Minkus. Pas de deux fromDON QUIXOTE
Choreography by A.GORSKY
soloist of the Stuttgart State Ballet
ELISA BADENES
DANIEL CAMARGO – Benois —2019 nominee

Masters of the ceremony
KSENIA RAPOPORT
ANDREY ANDREEV

Direction of the concert
ANDREY MELANYIN

Author of the text
ALEXANDER KOLESNIKOV

Stage-designer
SERGEY TIMONIN

Light Designer
SERGEY SHEVCHENKO

Light designer assistant
ALEXANDER ROMANOV

Sound
ANDREY VOLKOV

Stage operator
ROMAN SMIRNOV

Stage managers
ANDREY MELANIN, VLADIMIR SCHERBAKOV, IRINA ZIBROVA,MIKHAIL MINEEV

Director of the technical staff
IGOR SUVOROV

Chairman of the BENOIS DE LA DANSE Program
YURI GRIGOROVICH

President of the Board
REGINA NIKIFOROVA

Artistic Director
NINA KUDRIAVTSEVA-LOORY

Official photographer
MIKHAIL LOGVINOV

Video-projections
SERGEY BORISOV

Project coordinator
OLGA GORCHAKOVA

Financial service OOO Auditor Firm “KEMENOV”
ALEXEY NIKITIN

Administrator
VALENTINA DMITRENKO

Press Office
OLGA KULIKOVA

Internet-projects’ manager
NATALIA PUTICHEVA

Group of interpreters’ coordinator
MARIA PODGORNOVA

Printing Products
PUBLISHING HOUSE TEATRALIS

Executive Producer
TATIANA SIDOROVA

26.04.2019

THE 27TH INTERNATIONAL BALLET FESTIVAL BENOIS DE LA DANSE. DEDICATED TO THE YEAR OF THEATRE

On May 21st and 22nd, the 27th International Ballet Festival Benois de la Danse, supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation will be celebrated on the historic stage of the Bolshoi Theatre.Those attending will be shown the world’s most spectacular dance works of the past year.Dancers from 18 of the world’s leading ballet companies and contemporary troupes will be taking part in the event.

A gala concert starring Benois-2019 nominees and the award ceremony will take place on May 21, whereas on May 22 dance lovers will be treated to “Benois de la Danse to the Year of Theatre”, a gala concert of ballet stars and Benois laureates of the previous years, as well as a performance by artists of the Vakhtangov Theatre, choreographed by Angelika Cholina.

During the press conference held in the Bolshoi Theatre on the 11th of April, organizers of the Festival spoke in great detail about the program of the gala-concert, as well as about the laureates that have already been announced. The Lifetime Achievement Prize, for example, has already been awarded to an outstanding choreographer, member of the French Academy des Beaux Arts and two-times Benois laureate Jiří Kylián,the Russian-Italian Prize Benois-Massine went to the Prima-Ballerina of the Hamburg Ballet Anna Laudere. She will be participating in both galas and together with Edvin Revazov will perform fragments from ballets by John Neumeier – “Beethoven Project” and the fourth movement “Adagietto” from “Fifth Symphony of Gustav Mahler”.

Choreographer Crystal Pite was awarded the Benois-2017 prize for her piece “The Seasons’ Canon” which she created for dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet.Being in high demand, and having her works shown all over the world, she will not be able to attend the festival, and Glenn Edgerton, the Artistic Director of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago will receive her award on her behalf. Michael Gross and Andrew Murdoch will perform a duet from Crystal Pite’s ballet “The Other You”. The gala also includes pieces by Juanjo Arqués, Septime Webre, and Christian Spuck.

Manuel Legris will present a duet from his version of Léo Delibes’ “Sylvia”. Swedish choreographer Fredrik Rydman, who is unable to perform his duet with a robot, because the latter weighs around one ton, is working on a piece specifically for the gala.

The Bolshoi Theatre will be represented by Vyacheslav Lopatin, The Paris Opera Ballet – by Amandine Albisson and Audric Bezard performing the last pas de deux from John Neumeier’s “Lady of the Camellias”.

Leading dancers of the Dutch National Ballet Maia Makhateli and Constantine Allen will perform the pas de deux of the first act. Ashley Bouder and Seth Orzaof the NYC Ballet will present the wedding pas de deux from George Balanchine’s “Coppelia”.

Eliza Carrillo Cabrera and Ivan Zaytsev will appear in a duet from “Romeo and Juliette” by Nacho Duato.

Yuan Yuan Tan of the San Francisco Ballet and the Swedish Royal Ballet’s Kaho Yanagisawa and their respective partners will present the choreography by Christopher Wheeldon and William Forsythe.

Cuban choreographer and dancer Abel Rojowill perform his miniature to the music of Erik Satie’s “Gnossienne”. Daniel Camargo and Elisa Badenes will perform the classic pas de deux from Don Quixote.

Maki Onuki and Andile Ndlovu, lead dancers of the Washington Ballet will present the pas de deux from “La Sylphide”.

The gala concert on the 22nd of May will be dedicated to the Year of Theatre and the ballet dancers will be joined by artists of the Vakhtangov Theatre who will be performing scenesfrom “Othello”, “Queen of Spades” and “Anna Karenina”, choreographed by Angelika Cholina. Another one of her works, Duet of Nastassia Philippovna and Rogogin, will be danced by Benois laureate and Prima-Ballerina of the Bolshoi Theatre Olga Smirnova with Denis Savin.

Benois-Massine laureate Maria Kochetkova is set to perform the rather contemporary “Degunino” and Daniel Camargo is responsible for presenting the “Firebreather” miniature.

The audience will also be treated to a rather striking combination of twointertwining Orpheus-Eurydice duets, both choreographed by John Neumeier but during different periods of time, featuring Silvia Azzoni, Alexander Riabko and lead dancers of the Joffrey Ballet Victoria Jaiani and Temur Suluashvili.

Constanine Allen is choreographing a duet to the music of Rachmaninoff starring himself and Maia Makhateli. Christian Spuck is also creating a special piece for the occasion, which will be brought to life by principal dancers of Ballett Zürich Elena Vostrotina and Cohen Aitchison-Dugas. And Elisa Carrillo Cabrera and Mikhail Kaniskin will perform Uwe Scholz’scharming miniature “Creation”.

25.04.2019

NOMINEES 2019

CHOREOGRAPHERS
JUANJO ARQUÉS –Ignite, Kate Whitley. Birmingham Royal Ballet.
MANUEL LEGRIS – Sylvia, Leo Delibes. Vienna State Ballet.
JUSTIN PECK – Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, M83 (Anthony Gonzalez, Yann Gonzalez, Bradley Laner, Justin Meldal-Johnson). San-Francisco Ballet.
FREDRIK BENKE RYDMAN – Duet with an Industrial Robot, Johan Lilje Dal, Karl Johan Rasmusson. Stockholm City Theatre.
CHRISTIAN SPUCK – Winterreise, Hans Zender, Franz Schubert. Zurich Ballet.
SEPTIME WEBRE – The Wizard of Oz, Matthew Pierce. Kansas City Ballet.

BALLERINAS
AMANDINE ALBISSON – Marguerite Gautier, La Dame aux Camélias, F.Chopin/J.Neumeier. Paris Opera Ballet.
ASHLEY BOUDER – Swanilda, Coppelia, L.Delibes/G.Balanchine. New York City Ballet. ELISA CARRILLO CABRERA –Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, S.Prokofiev/N.Duato. State Ballet Berlin.
MAIA MAKHATELI – Marguerite Gautier, La Dame aux Camélias, F.Chopin/J.Neumeier. Dutch National Ballet.
ANASTASIA STASHKEVICH – Dolly, Anna Karenina, P.Tchaikovsky, A.Shnitke, C.Stevens-Y.Islam/J.Neumeier. Bolshoi Theatre of Russia.
YUAN YUAN TAN – Duet Take a Deep Breath, Bound to, K.Henson/Ch.Wheeldon. San Francisco Ballet.
KAHO YANAGISAWA – Solo part, Artifact Suite, E.Crossman-Hecht, I.S.Bach/W.Forsythe. Royal Swedish Ballet

DANCERS
AUDRIC BEZARD – Armand Duval, La Dame aux Camélias, F.Chopin/J.Neumeier. Paris Opera Ballet.
DANIEL CAMARGO – Armand Duval, La Dame aux Camélias, F.Chopin/J.Neumeier; Basilio, Don Quichot, L.Minkus/M.Petipa, A.Ratmansky. Dutch National Ballet.
VIACHESLAVLOPATIN – Faun, C.Debussy,N.Sawhney/S.L.Cherkaoui. Bolshoi Theatre of Russia.
VADIM MUNTAGIROV – Prince Siegfried, Swan Lake,P.Tchaikovsky/L.Scarlett. Royal Ballet London.
ANDILE NDLOVU – Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet,S.Prokofiev/J.Cranko. The Washington Ballet.
ABEL ROJO – Carrying with My Own Floor,E.Satie/A.Rojo.Malpaso Company.
DANIIL SIMKIN – Harlequin, Harlequinade, R.Drigo/M.Petipa, A.Ratmansky. American Ballet Theatre.

COMPOSERS
MATTHEW PIERCE –The Wizard of Oz, choreography by SeptimeWebre, Kansas City Ballet.
KATE WHITLEY – Ignite, choreography by JuanjoArques, Birmingham Royal Ballet.

DESIGNERS
JÉRÔME KAPLAN – La Bayadère, L.Minkus/M.Petipa, A.Ratmansky, State Ballet Berlin.
JOHN MACFARLANE – Swan Lake, P.Tchaikovsky/L.Scarlett, Royal Ballet London.
ROBERT PERDZIOLA – Harlequinade, R.Drigo/M.Petipa, A.Ratmansky, American Ballet Theatre.
MICHAEL RAIFORD — LIZ VANDAL –The Wizard of Oz, M.Pierce/S.Webre, Kansas City Ballet.

24.04.2019

Tickets for Benois de la Danse-2019 galas

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The 27th edition of the Benois de la Danse Festival will take place on May 21 and 22 at the Historic stage of the Bolshoi Theatre. The outstanding Russian choreographer Yuri Grigorovich is the Head of the Program. This year nominees and laureates of the previous years will participate in the galas.

23.04.2019

Benois de la Danse-2019

The 27th edition of the Benois de la Danse Festival will take place on May 21 and 22 at the Historic stage of the Bolshoi Theatre. The outstanding Russian choreographer Yuri Grigorovich is the Head of the Program. This year nominees and laureates of the previous years will participate in the galas.




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