Performed by soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers
Mariinsky Theatre box-offices will be closed from 28 March to 5 April 2020 in accordance with St Petersburg Government Resolution No 161 dated 26.03.2020. Theatre box-offices will re-open on 6 April 2020.
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The Mariinsky Theatre is continuing to expand its online programme and invites viewers to spend time in the evenings watching its finest performances and concerts. The start of all broadcasts is at 19.00 (Moscow Time). The videos will be accessible to view for twenty-four hours thereafter
The Mariinsky Theatre has prepared a unique programme to mark World Theatre Day. Each day from 26 to 29 March mariinsky.tv will be broadcasting dazzling performances and glittering gala concerts: the grand opening of the Mariinsky-II featuring Anna Netrebko, Plácido Domingo, Diana Vishneva, Ulyana Lopatkina and many other stars, the oratorio Ivan the Terrible with Alexei Petrenko and the symphonic tale Peter and the Wolf with Konstantin Khabensky as the respective Narrators, a performance by Alexandre Kantorow accompanied by the Mariinsky Orchestra and Valery Gergiev and the ballet Konyok-Gorbunok (The Little Humpbacked Horse) with Alina Somova and Vladimir Shklyarov
The Mariinsky Theatre will remain closed to the public until 10 April 2020 in accordance with the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation's decrees No 357 and No 363 "On the activities of organisations that fall under the remit of the Russian Ministry of Culture in view of the conditions posed by the threat of the spread of the new coronavirus infection (2019-nCoV) within the territory of the Russian Federation".
Performances and concerts planned for the period between 18 March and 10 April 2020 have been postponed to later dates in the current and the next seasons as per the revised schedule.
Tickets for rescheduled performances and concerts remain valid and need not be returned.
Should you wish to return tickets, please follow these instructions.
The Mariinsky Theatre is pleased to be offering an extensive programme of online broadcasts and performances of its productions and concerts.
We are grateful for your understanding and support.
On 25 March at 19.00 mariinsky.tv will be launching a new broadcast – a performance of Rostislav Zakharov's choreographic poem The Fountain of Bakhchisarai based on the eponymous work by Alexander Pushkin. The broadcast will be of a recording made in 2017, in which the characters from Pushkin's opus were performed by Anastasia Matvienko (Maria), Viktoria Tereshkina (Zarema), Xander Parish (Vaslav), Roman Belyakov (Ghirei) and Grigory Popov (Nurali). The video will be available to view for twenty-four hours following the start of the online broadcast