Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” coming to Dallas April 21-22
World-renowned establishment presents two must-see performances - Tickets on sale now!
WHO: Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” delivers celebrated classical ballets to audiences worldwide. Created in 1990 by the family of professional ballet dancers, The Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” dynasty is more than 100 years old and adheres to the signature aspects of Russian ballet as a whole: true expressivity, dramatic presentation and impeccable technical presentation. Members of the troupe are graduates of the famed Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet, founded in 1738. Consistently delighting sold-out audiences worldwide with world-class dancers and dazzling costumes, Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” continues to make international touring a large part of its contribution to furthering Russian dance and culture.
WHAT: “Swan Lake,” Tchaikovsky’s timeless masterpiece, comes to Dallas in one of only seven stops on the limited U.S. tour featuring renowned dancers Anna Voitina, Alexander Voitin, Natalia Potekhina and Ivan Sitnikov in a production directed by Aleksandr Manoshkin.
Tuesday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m.
AT&T Performing Arts Center Winspear Opera House
Margaret McDermott Performance Hall
2403 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
TICKETS: On sale now! Available at AT&T Performing Arts Center Information Center, http://ticketdfw.com or by phone at 214-871-5000
ABOUT SAINT PETERSBURG STATE “RUSSIAN BALLET”
The Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” has successfully conducted more than 50 tours worldwide in countries including Japan, England, Ireland, Spain, the U.S., France and Germany among many others, and has participated in 10 international ballet festivals. Today, the repertoire includes such masterpieces as “Swan Lake,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “The Nutcracker” and “Don Quixote.” Each ballet is performed in its original choreography, and Saint Petersburg State “Russian Ballet” perceives its main mission to be the preservation of such choreographic authenticity.