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The Royal Moscow Ballet will amaze Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Budapest, Bratislava this December

It has already become a pre-Christmas tradition that the Royal Moscow Ballet, a renowned ballet ensemble, is coming to the Europe during Advent. The best Russian dancers perform full of love, passion and sadness - Swan Lake - to the music of P. I. Tchaikovsky. This year, Royal Moscow Ballet performances are scheduled in the following order:

1. 12. Brno - Výstavistě Brno

2. - 3.12. - Budapest - Erkel theatre

4.12. - Bratislava - Axa arena

6.12. Prague - Congress Center

8. 12. Ostrava - Gong

The classic Russian ballet is still at the top of the world ballet. As Brazil has football, Italy has opera, so Russia has been associated with ballet and classical Russian ballet school for centuries. The tradition and quality of teaching is undoubtedly unbeatable!

Swan Lake by P. I. Tchaikovsky is one of the most famous ballet works in the world. Stage full of graceful ballet dancers - swans - hovering on the tip above the "surface" will not only love ballet enthusiasts, but also a common cultural audience. The performance is also suitable for larger children with its fabulous atmosphere. The romantic story of Prince Siegfried and the beautiful Princess Odette enchanted by a swan is the cornerstone of the classic Russian ballet school and has been one of the most successful theaters in the world for almost a century and a half.

His theme was originally a German myth, in which swans are worshiped as magical beings. The libretto full of emotions and plot twists was written by V. P. Begičev and F. V. Gelcer. Tchaikovsky's fairy-tale plot inspired the creation of beautiful music, whose individual parts are still played on separate concerts.

Tickets available on Ticketportal.

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