15 September 2018, Sat. 19:00
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For the first time in Kyiv! New York City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet duo Ana Sophia Scheller and Premier Ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine Oleksandr Stoyanov in the "Swan Lake" play.

Only on September 15 at the historical stage of the National Opera of Ukraine - the "Swan Lake" ballet performed by two stars of the world ballet.

In Kiev, Anna-Sofia will perform the Odette-Odilia party in a pair with Alexander Stoyanov, who will play the role of Prince Siegfried.

Anna Sofia Scheller (Ana Sophia Scheller) is a Argentine ballerina. At age 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 prima ballerina title, and from 2017 she is a prime ballerina at the San Francisco Ballet. Anna Sofia Scheller dances in pairs with such ballet stars as Julio Bocca, Joseph Gatti, Joesph Phillips ...

Alexander Stoyanov (Aleksandr Stoyanov) - Premier ballet of the National Opera of Ukraine. Honored Artist of Ukraine. Alexander Stoyanov dances in a pair with such dancers as: Kateryna Kukhar, Iana Salenko, Anna Nikulina, Petra Conti.

"Swan Lake" - the world's largest ballet, which for over 100 years has kept its primacy in the hearts of the audience. It is this spectacle that many people associate with ballet art. Today "Swan Lake" is an ornament in the repertoire of almost all the major world theaters.

A performance based on the ancient German legend tells about the beautiful princess Odette, fascinated by the Swan by the curse of an evil genius, Rothbard. This mystical story is told under the ingenious music of Peter Tchaikovsky and is based on the contrasts of the struggle of light with darkness, Odette and Odilia. Here, good triumphs over evil - love, which is impossible to kill.

Libretto: Vasily Geltser
Music: Peter Tchaikovsky
Choreography: Anatoly Shekera