World stars Natalia Matsak and Constantine Allen have turned ballet into an art for contemporary youth.
The relaunch of 'La Bayadera' with Natalia Matsak and Constantine Allen has made it clear that the modern generation of Ukrainians can taste ballet. Therefore, the stars of the world ballet will soon repeat the success of their joint creative work. On February 22, there will be two legendary ballets at the National Opera of Ukraine: Pachita and Sheherazada.
Pachita is a key achievement of the great composer Ludwig Minkusat and legendary writer Miguel de Cervantes. The ballet was first staged in 1846. And from that moment on he conquered the world's largest concert halls. And now Ukraine will see this treasure in a modern staging and performance of consummate ballet masters.
Scheherazada is, on the one hand, a classic of ballet: its premiere took place in 1910 in Paris, on the stage of the Grand Opera, the author of the musical accompaniment - the classic Roman-Korsakov. But at the same time it is a bright and erotic work. The world of 1001 Night Arab tales has never been able to see so deeply from the inside. If you want to introduce a person to your new world of ballet, start with Scheherazade. Then you can be sure: ballet will be her favorite art!
Natalia Matsak - Honored Artist of Ukraine, Prima of the National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of Ukraine. TG Shevchenko. Natalia performs in the best halls in France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Switzerland, America, China, Korea, India and other countries. The sold-out performances with Natalia's participation can be explained by her "firm" light eccentricity in the classical dance. That is, classical ballet in its performance becomes closer to the modern viewer. Prima deeply touches even those who first looked into the world of ballet.
Constantine Allen - Prime Minister of the Netherlands National Ballet, winner of the Youth American Grand Prix competition (USA, 2007), Grand Prix of the Tanzolymp Competition (Berlin, 2011), premier of the Stuttgart Ballet company (Germany, 2014) and Les Grands Ballets (Canada, 2017-2018).