Playbill for March 2016

1
March
Tuesday
Mariinsky II
18:30
opera in three acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
Introduced by Nastasia Khrushcheva
Concert Hall
19:00
an evening of organ music
2
March
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
Mariinsky II
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four acts
3
March
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Concert Hall
19:00
opéra comique in two acts (concert performance)
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
Sperger. Zbinden. Bottesini. Bach. Brahms. Yuriev
4
March
Friday
Mariinsky II
19:00
lyric drama in three acts and five scenes
Concert Hall
19:00
on themes from operettas by Johann Strauss II, Emmerich Kálmán, Franz Lehár, Jacques Offenbach and Isaak Dunayevsky
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
5
March
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
opera buffa in four acts
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
Concert Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Mariinsky II
14:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
ballet in three acts (thirteen scenes)
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera buffa in four acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Mariinsky II
19:30
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
ballet in three acts (thirteen scenes)
6
March
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
opera in three acts
Concert Hall
12:00
Mariinsky II
14:00
PREMIERE
opera with a prologue and three acts
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
opera in three acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky II
20:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Stage cantata
7
March
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
14:00
ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
8
March
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Mariinsky II
15:00
one act opera
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
first evening
Concert Hall
19:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Featuring Emmanuel Hovhannisyan (duduk)
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
fantasy ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
one act opera
9
March
Wednesday
The Prokofiev Hall
18:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
19:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Conductor: Andrei Petrenko
10
March
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
springtime tale in a prologue and four acts
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Performed by the Mlada Chorus
11
March
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
one-act opera
Concert Hall
19:00
As part of the Trans-Siberian Art Festival
Marking 60 years since the foundation of the Novosibirsk Academic Symphony Orchestra

Soloist: Mone Hattori (violin)
Conductor: Gintaras Rinkevičius

Mariinsky II
19:30
opera-féerie in two parts
12
March
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
opera in three acts
The Stravinsky Foyer
12:00
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Concert Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Natalia Entelis
The Stravinsky Foyer
13:30
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Concert Hall
16:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
cantata for soloists, children's chorus and symphony orchestra
Conductor: Andrei Petrenko
Mariinsky Theatre
18:00
opera in five acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet-féerie in three acts with a prologue and an apotheosis
Concert Hall
20:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Conductor: Aarne Saluveer
13
March
Sunday
Mariinsky II
12:00
ballet-féerie in three acts with a prologue and an apotheosis
Concert Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Natalia Entelis
Mariinsky Theatre
14:30
opera in four acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
15:00
From the series Concerts of the St Petersburg Rachmaninoff Society at the Mariinsky Theatre
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet-féerie in three acts with a prologue and an apotheosis
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
20:00
I International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
Conductor: Edward Krotman
14
March
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:30
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
ballet in three acts
15
March
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts with a prologue (version of 1872)
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
an evening of organ music
16
March
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts and four scenes
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
The Narrator: Aleksandr Ronis
The Mariinsky Youth Philharmonic
Conductor: David Geringas
Mariinsky II
20:00
for eight soloists, three choruses and full symphony orchestra
17
March
Thursday
Mariinsky II
19:00
the preliminary evening of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in four scenes
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky Opera soloists, Chorus and Orchestra
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three acts and four scenes
18
March
Friday
Mariinsky II
18:00
the first day of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
The Prokofiev Hall
18:30
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in three acts (1952 Production)
Concert Hall
19:00
Prize-winners of the TONALi competition and Mariinsky Orchestra soloists
19
March
Saturday
Concert Hall
11:30
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
The Narrator: Konstantin Khabensky
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
Russian fairytale in two scenes
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
opera fairy-tale
The Stravinsky Foyer
14:00
Jazz improvisations by Good Evening trio
Concert Hall
14:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
The Narrator: Konstantin Khabensky
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
opera fairy-tale
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four acts (concert performance)
Mariinsky II
19:30
one-act ballets
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
20
March
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
Marking two hundred and sixty years since the birth of Mozart
one-act singspiel
Concert Hall
14:00
opera in two acts
Mariinsky II
15:00
opera in three acts
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Marking two hundred and sixty years since the birth of Mozart
one-act singspiel
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two acts
Mariinsky II
20:00
opera in three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
21
March
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera with a prologue and three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
22
March
Tuesday
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera with a prologue and three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
23
March
Wednesday
Mariinsky II
19:00
In memory of Gegham Grigoryan
opera in three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Концертный зал
19:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
24
March
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in three acts and an epilogue (concert performance)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
25
March
Friday
Mariinsky II
17:00
the second day of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in three acts
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Ensembles of the St Petersburg Conservatoire: Style of Five and Impromptu Quintet
Concert Hall
19:00
26
March
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
melodramma giocoso in two acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
12:00
an interactive lesson from the series Piccolo at the Mariinsky
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
The Mussorgsky Hall
13:30
an interactive lesson from the series Piccolo at the Mariinsky
Concert Hall
14:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
The Narrator: Venyamin Smekhov
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Mariinsky II
17:00
the third day of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in three acts with prologue
Conductor: Valery Gergiev
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
27
March
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
opera buffa in four acts
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
The Shchedrin Hall
12:00
Music lesson as part of the series Music Told in Tales of Sand for children aged 3-8
The Shchedrin Hall
13:30
Music lesson as part of the series Music Told in Tales of Sand for children aged 3-8
Concert Hall
14:00
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
20:00
Stage cantata
29
March
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
lyric-comic opera in four acts, nine scenes
Concert Hall
19:00
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
mono-opera dedicated to Anna Akhmatova
30
March
Wednesday
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Marking 125 years since the birth of Sergei Prokofiev
second evening
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00

Marking 135 years since the death of Modest Musorgsky
Written and presented by Leonid Gakkel

Concert Hall
19:00
opera in three acts and an epilogue (concert performance)
Mariinsky II
20:00
31
March
Thursday
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
Opening of the XVI International Ballet Festival MARIINSKY
ballet in three acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00

Performed by soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers

The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
The Mariinsky Stradivarius Ensemble and Orchestra
Conductor: Christian Knapp
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
opera in two acts with a prologue

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