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1
February
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in three acts (1952 Production)
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in two acts (thirteen scenes)
Performance by the Astana Opera
Concert Hall
19:00
2
February
Thursday
Concert Hall
15:00
Marking 65 years since the birth of Valery Khalilov

Conductors: Valentin Lyashchenko, Alexei Karabanov

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
lyric opera in three acts, seven scenes
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in two acts (thirteen scenes)
Performance by the Astana Opera
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
3
February
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
opera in three acts and ten scenes
4
February
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
one-act ballet

Performed by students of the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet

The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
musical fantasia based on the tales of the Brothers Grimm
Concert Hall
12:00
The Academy of Young Theatre-Goers

Script Author and Host: Natalia Entelis

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Performed by soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers
5
February
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
opera in two acts with a prologue
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
PREMIERE
one act opera
Concert Hall
12:00
The Academy of Young Theatre-Goers

Script Author and Host: Natalia Entelis

The Stravinsky Foyer
14:00

Brass Dectet and Horn Ensemble of the Mariinsky Theatre

The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
PREMIERE
one act opera
The Stravinsky Foyer
18:00
Concert Hall
19:00
On the eve of the II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

Music director: William Fred Scott

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
fantasy ballet in two acts
6
February
Monday
Concert Hall
19:00
Soloists and Mariinsky Stradivarius Ensemble
Conductor: Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici
7
February
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00

Host: Nastasia Khrushcheva

8
February
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two acts
9
February
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
Marking 130 years since the birth of Ariy Pazovsky
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky II
20:00
PREMIERE
one act opera

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

10
February
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
one act opera
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two acts (semi-staged performance)
11
February
Saturday
The Mussorgsky Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
opera for children
The Mussorgsky Hall
13:30
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Concert Hall
14:00
Mariinsky Theatre
18:00
opera in five acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four parts (concert performance)

opera in four movements (concert performance)

12
February
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
opera in five acts
Mariinsky II
12:00
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
14:00
The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
one act opera in four scenes
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera-buffa in two acts
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
13
February
Monday
Concert Hall
19:00

Soloist: Andrei Korobeinikov (piano)
Conductor: Andrei Petrenko

14
February
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts with a prologue (version of 1872)
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00

From the series The St Petersburg Conservatoire presents

Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts (thirteen scenes)
15
February
Wednesday
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
PREMIERE
mono-opera
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
one act opera
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts (thirteen scenes)
16
February
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in three parts
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
17
February
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
melodrama in three acts
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
18
February
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
opera in two acts with a prologue
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
Concert Hall
12:00

Soloist: Pavel Milyukov (violin)
Conductor: Christian Knapp

The Prokofiev Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
19:00
19
February
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
ballets to music by Igor Stravinsky
Concert Hall
12:00
opera in three acts (semi-staged performance)
Mariinsky II
17:00
opera in four acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
an evening of ballets by Michel Fokine
Concert Hall
19:00
The Prokofiev Hall
19:30
20
February
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
springtime tale in a prologue and four acts
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
21
February
Tuesday
Mariinsky II
19:00
The Prokofiev Hall
19:00
The Shchedrin Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

Conductors: Urša Lah, Ragnar Rasmussen

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
22
February
Wednesday
Mariinsky II
19:00
the preliminary evening of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in four scenes

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

Conductor: Georg Grün

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
23
February
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
The Prokofiev Hall
14:00
musical fantasia based on the tales of the Brothers Grimm
Concert Hall
15:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

children’s opera (semi-staged performance)
Conductor: Ivan Stolbov

Mariinsky II
18:00
the first day of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in three acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00

Prize-winner of the TONALi competition (Germany)

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in two acts
Concert Hall
20:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

Alexander Ramm (cello)
Conductor: Andrei Petrenko

24
February
Friday
The Stravinsky Foyer
12:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
The Prokofiev Hall
14:00
Concert Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
17:00
In memory of Alexei Petrenko, People’s Artist of the RSFSR
national musical drama in five acts, six scenes

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky II
19:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
First performance in St Petersburg

Saint-Petersburg State University Choir
Moscow State University Academic Choir
The Mariinsky Orchestra
Conductor: Eduard Krotman

Concert Hall
19:00

opera in three acts (concert performance)

25
February
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
ballet in three acts
The Mussorgsky Hall
12:00

Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo

The Stravinsky Foyer
12:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
The Mussorgsky Hall
13:30

Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo

The Prokofiev Hall
14:00
one act opera in four scenes
Mariinsky II
17:00
the second day of the tetralogy Der Ring des Nibelungen in three acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
19:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song

The ensembles Le Poème harmonique and Intrada
Soloist: Claire Lefilliâtre (soprano)
Conductor: Vincent Dumestre

26
February
Sunday
The Prokofiev Hall
12:00
opera for the very youngest
The Shchedrin Hall
12:00
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Concert Hall
13:00
II International Chorus Festival Maslenitsa in Song
The Shchedrin Hall
13:30
Script Author and Host: Olga Piccolo
Mariinsky Theatre
14:00
ballet in three acts
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
The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00

Performed by soloists of the Mariinsky Academy of Young Opera Singers

Concert Hall
19:00

Lyric tragedy in two acts (concert performance)
Conductor: Federico Santi

27
February
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
lyric opera in three acts, seven scenes
28
February
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
one act opera

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

The Shchedrin Hall
19:00

Script Author and Host: Viktor Vysotsky

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