Kyiv Modern Ballet. Chamber number 6 and Underground. Radu Poklitaru

16 October 2019, Wed. 19:00
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Why should go to the ballet Chamber number 6, Underground?

1. Two one-act ballets for the evening.
2. Choreographer Radu Poklitaru.
3. Incomparable music by P. Vasks and A. Pärt.

Come to the evening of one-act ballets "Underground" and "Chamber No. 6" from Radu Poklitaru! A talented choreographer, as always, will find something to surprise the audience!

The first one-act ballet entitled Chamber No. 6 (to the music of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt) is one of the most intimate performances of the group. For the first time she saw the light of a ramp at the Bolshoi Theater of Russia. However, when transferred to the actors of the Kiev Modern Ballet troupe, the performance not only did not lose emotional tension and depth, but was also able to enrich itself with new and very Chekhovian nuances.

This story is relevant now. After all, like many years ago, so today a person who is different from others is almost always doomed to become an outcast. According to the creators of Chamber 6, the shock caused to the audience by this ballet performance can only be compared with the catharsis that occurs after watching the world's best drama performances.

The second one-act ballet - "Underground" (to the music of the Latvian composer Peteris Vasks). In it, Radu Poklitaru represents the world of heroes who find themselves in the underground, that is, in border conditions, not even life, but survival. Circumstances are opposed to the desire of everyone to the far world. What is this high beam? According to Peteris Vasks himself, this is the Divine, heavenly light, and the light of childhood. Hence, in the production, images appear that convey to the viewers the ultimate internal stress of the characters. But every voltage needs a way out. And if it is not, then it reaches the line beyond which the catastrophe of relations and the destruction of the personality begins.

Scenography - Andrei Zlobin, Honored Artist.