Nutcracker

8 December 2019, Sun. 12:00
Kyiv Conservatory Kyiv, vulytsya Horodetsʹkoho 1-3/11
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About event

Why go to the performance The Nutcracker?

1. Touch the high ballet art.
2. Enjoy the charming classical music by maestro P. Tchaikovsky.
3. Create a true festive mood for yourself.

Starting a cycle of New Year and Christmas holidays, we invite the whole family to touch the exquisite world of grace and beauty, to plunge into a fairy tale, into the magical universe of children's dreams. December 8 at the stage of the National Music Academy of Ukraine named after P.I. Tchaikovsky soloists Anna Eleseyeva and Nikita Kayorodov, as well as talented artists of the Young Ballet of Kiev theater will show you a real masterpiece of the world genre, a fabulous extravaganza - The Nutcracker.

The plot of the tale by A. Hoffmann, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, edited by Marius Petipa to the music of the great P.I. Tchaikovsky, whose works fascinate with lyricism and poetry, has been symbolizing the New Year holidays for several centuries.

A magnificent children's Christmas celebration with fantastic transformations and magic, even reminds adults that they are adult children. Reviewing many times, I want to plunge into this extravaganza of children's imagination again and again.

The “evil” in the image of the mouse kingdom is opposed to the good, light and hearted, embodied in the images of Marie and the Nutcracker, and overcoming the “evil spells” with the powerful force of love, light and mind reminds us of a carefree childhood. Make this winter day unforgettable and harmonious!

The main choreographer is Honored Artist of Ukraine Evgeny Kaygorodov. Artistic directors are Galina and Dmitry Kaygorodov, Honored Workers of Culture of Ukraine.

Ballet in two acts with intermission. The performance uses a phonogram.