Moscow City Ballet: The Nutcracker
Hybernia Theatre (Divadlo Hybernia), náměstí Republiky 4, Praha 1 - Nové Město, 110 00
- Tue 20. 11. 2018 19.00
The most famous ballet spectacles Swan Lake and Nutcracker in the performance of Moscow City Ballet in Prague!
Nutcracker is named by The New York Times as wonderful and breathtaking. The spectacle it is like a dream come true story. A little girl gets a gift in the form of a nutcracker. The gift becomes a prince and in this fairy tale she is a princess. In individual scenes the ballet performs characteristic dances: Dance of Sweet Fairy, Spanish Dance, Arabian Dance, Chinese Dance, Trepak, Shepherd Dance and the Final Flower Waltz. The beautiful symphonic music completes highly artistic experience, it is not structured like most ballet - music divertissement, but it creates a great dance symphonic poem for each dancer, and also — importantly for the audience-listeners. Nutcracker is a performance that will especially worth to see by those viewers who will see the ballet for the first time, — including children.
Moscow City Ballet — The famous ballet theater will visit Prague in November 2018. The group, founded by choreographer Victor Smirnov-Golovanov, in which dancers perform according to classical Russian ballet school, is famous throughout the world. This year, Moscow City Ballet celebrates the 30th anniversary of artistic work. The Group will perform at the Hybernia Theater, where the Prague audience will be able to see two exceptional performances: Swan Lake and Nutcracker. The performances of Moscow City Ballet are characterized by dazzling costumes, impressive choreography, magic of lights and amazing stage design. According to critics, viewers cannot really resisted the charm of the show or forgot it, they create such great art experience even for those who do not like dancing. It is hard to describe the excitement and emotions during the Moscow City Ballet cannot be described — you have to experience it!
choreography: Victor Smirnov-Golovanov / Ludmila Nerubashchenko