1. To see the production of a leading choreographer of our time.
2. Enjoy every honed movement of the dancers.
3. Become part of a unique theatrical phenomenon.
Hot opening of the ballet season in Kiev! Prima Ballerina New York City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet Anna Sophie Scheller (Ana Sophia Scheller) and the Premier Ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine Alexander Stoyanov in the play "Swan Lake".
Only on September 20, on the historical stage of the National Opera of Ukraine - the Swan Lake ballet performed by two stars of world ballet. In Kiev, Anna-Sofia will perform the role of Odette-Odile together with Alexander Stoyanov, who will play the role of Prince Siegfried.
Ana Sophia Scheller - ballet dancer from Argentina. At 13, she moved to New York to study at the American Ballet School. Since 2004 she has been dancing in the New York City Ballet, where she received the title of prima ballerina, and since 2017 she has been a prima ballerina San Francisco Ballet. Anna Sophia Scheller dances with such ballet stars as Julio Bocca, Joseph Gatti, Joseph Phillips.
Aleksandr Stoyanov (Aleksandr Stoyanov) - the premiere ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine. Honored Artist of Ukraine. Alexander Stoyanov dances together with such dancers as Ekaterina Kukhar (Kateryna Kukhar), Yana Salenko (Iana Salenko), Anna Nikulina (Anna Nikulina), Petra Conti (Petra Conti).
Swan Lake is the world's largest ballet, which for more than 100 years has retained its primacy in the hearts of viewers. It is this performance that many people associate with the art of ballet. Today "Swan Lake" is an ornament in the repertoire of almost all major world theaters.
A performance based on an old German legend, narrating about the beautiful princess Odette, enchanted in a swan by the curse of an evil genius, Rothbard, was created. This mystical story is told to the brilliant music of Pyotr Tchaikovsky and is built on the contrasts of the struggle between light and darkness, Odette and Odilya. Here, good triumphs over evil - love, which is impossible to kill.
Libretto: Vasily Geltzer
Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography: Anatoly Shekera