St Petersburg, Mariinsky Theatre

The Sleeping Beauty

ballet in three acts
Performance by the Leonid Yakobson Ballet Theatre

Tickets for the performance may be acquired on the website www.kassir.ru


Performers

Princess Aurora: Alla Bocharova
Prince Désiré: Andrei Sorokin
The Lilac Fairy: Svetlana Svinko
Carabosse the Wicked Fairy: Svetlana Golovkina 
Catabalutte: Andrei Gudyma
King Florestan: Sergei Davydov
The Queen: Angelina Grigorieva

Credits

Music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Libretto by Ivan Vsevolozhsky, Marius Petipa and Jean-Guillaume Bart
Choreography by Marius Petipa and Jean-Guillaume Bart
Set and costume design by Olga Shaishmelashvili
Lighting design by Evgeny Ganzburg


Running time 3 hours
The performance has two intervals


Established in 1969 by Leonid Veniaminovich Yakobson, the St Petersburg State Academic Ballet Theatre rightly bears the name of its founder and carefully preserves the traditions he laid down. Today the company is developing several trends in its repertoire – the classics, Leonid Yakobson’s own works and productions by contemporary Russian choreographers. The theatre’s work has received a special prize from the Golden Mask festival jury (for the production The Wedding Cortege), St Petersburg’s highest theatre prize the Golden Sofit and the Taglioni Prize, established in 2014 by the Vladimir Malakhov Foundation (for the programme Classical Miniatures by Leonid Yakobson). The company performs at various theatres in St Petersburg, appears at major international festivals and performs in towns and cities throughout Russia, France, Italy, Spain, the USA, Canada, Japan, China, Mexico, Finland, Croatia, Switzerland, Belarus and Estonia.

 

Artistic Director – Honoured Artist of Russia, Andrian Fadeyev

Age category 0+

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