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9.12.18

‘Artifact Suite’ de Forsythe por el Bolshoi Ballet


‘Artifact Suite’
Choreography, Costume and Lighting Design: William Forsythe
Ballet Masters: Kathryn Bennetts, Noah D. Gelber
Costume Production Superviser:Dorothee Merg
Lighting Technical Coordination: Tanja Rühl
Sound Technical Coordination: Niels Lanz
Piano Coach: Margot Kazimirska

New Stage
Premiered on November 20, 2018.
The world premiere took place in Scottish National Ballet Glasgow on September 15, 2004.

Anastasia Stashkevich, Vyacheslav Lopatin. Photo by Damir Yusupov/ Bolshoi Theatre. 

28.3.16

Don Quixote. Domingo 10 Apr 2016


Music Leon Minkus
Choreography Alexei Fadeyechev (after Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky)
Libretto Marius Petipa (after Miguel de Cervantes)
Cast The Bolshoi Principals, Soloists and Corps de Ballet

Release date: 10 April 2016
Running time: 180 minutes

Bolshoi Ballet 2015/2016 Season: Don Quixote

 María Alexandrova © Yusupov. Bolshoi Ballet 2015/2016 

Maria Alexandrova as Kitri. Vladislav Lantratov as Basilio. Photo by Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre.

 Anna Tikhomirova as A Street Dancer. Photo by Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre.

 Olga Smirnova as The Queen of the Dryads. Alexei Loparevich as Don Quixote. Photo by Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre

A scene from the performance. Alexei Loparevich as Don Quixote. Photo by Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre.

Vladislav Lantratov as Basilio. Maria Alexandrova as Kitri. Photo by Damir Yusupov/Bolshoi Theatre.


19.7.14

El Bolshoi Ballet en el Lincoln Center


"Spartacus" Nina Kaptsova and Mikhail Lobukhin ©Elena Festisova Bolshoi Theatre

Alexander Volchkov as Crassus "Spartacus" ©Elena Festisova Bolshoi Theatre

Svetlana Zakharova "Swan Lake" © Damir Yusupov Bolshoi Theatre 


Svetlana Zakharova "Swan Lake" © Damir Yusupov Bolshoi Theatre


Ballet Bolshoi "Swan Lake" © Damir Yusupov Bolshoi Theatre


Svetlana Zakharova and David Halberg "Swan Lake" © Damir Yusupov Bolshoi Theatre

"Don Quixote" Maria Alexandrova ©Mikhail Logvinov Bolshoi Theatre

"Don Quixote" Vladislav Lantratov ©Mikhail Logvinov Bolshoi Theatre
 

 Svetlana Zakharova "Swan Lake" © Damir Yusupov Bolshoi Theatre

"Don Quixote" Maria Alexandrova ©Mikhail Logvinov Bolshoi Theatre

30.3.14

Valery Kosorukov, el Degas ruso

Valery Kosorukov (1937) – prominent Russian fine artist - resides and works in U.S.A.

Member of the Union of Artists of Russia. Completed with honors the graduate and post-graduate Master of Fine Art degree programs at the Surikov Moscow State Academy Art Institute. Professor - for 25 years taught painting and drawing at the Surikov Moscow State Academy Art Institute.

Ballet has been the main creative theme of Kosorukov's art since the time of his studies at one of the world's most prestigious fine art schools, Surikov Moscow State Academy Art Institute. During that time, the young artist created a visual chronicle of the Bolshoi Theater in a series of unparalleled original artwork.

Based on the foundation of that artwork, the artist's first monograph "Ballet" was published by "Soviet Artist" in 1966. Professionals and press noted the originality and bright individuality of the artist, who was able to capture the very essence of the dance. This splendid pastel, depicting N. Bessmertnova in ballet Giselle, became not only the artist's personal logo, but also the symbol of his homeland ballet.

"Ballet" was presented as part of the Soviet exhibition at the World Expo 1967 (Montreal, Canada) and at the Leipzig International Book Fair 1967-68 (Germany).

Many of his works from the 1970s and 1980s were included in his artist's monograph "Images of the Ballet," published by the Fine Art Publishing in 1988. Another book, "Mystery of Terpsichore," illustrated by Kosorukov, was published in 1989.

Since gaining his world recognition in mid-70s, Kosorukov has had personal exhibits in numerous cities around the world. He maintains his loyalty to the ballet theme to this day. As he continues to develop his ballet theme, Kosorukov successfully works in other genres - including portraiture, landscapes, and nudes.

Various books and periodicals of Russia, U.S. and Europe have published articles about Kosorukov's artwork. Kosorukov's works can be found in many public and private collections around the world.

Maya Plisétskaya (1925). Valery Kosorukov

Ekaterina Maximova (1939 - 2009) y Vladímir Vasíliev (1940). Valery Kosorukov 

Natalia Bessmértnova (1941 - 2008) y Irek Mukhamedov (1960). Valery Kosorukov

Galina Mezentseva (1952). Valery Kosorukov

Maya Plisétskaya (1925). Valery Kosorukov

 El lago de los cisnes. Valery Kosorukov

Ensayo de ballet. Valery Kosorukov

Bailarinas en clase. Valery Kosorukov