Yalta International Economic Forum Foundation is an organizer of Crimean tour of the ballet company of one of the leading Russian ballet masters and People’s Artist of the USSR Oleg Vinogradov.
Renowned choreographer will present to citizens and guests of Crimea performance, called “Vivat, Ballet!”, which includes classical ballets fragments, such as “Swan Lake”, “Pachyta” and “Harlequinade”.
“Performing in Crimea is a wonderful opportunity to present masterpieces of Russian ballet, created more than 100 years ago featuring great “Russian Frenchman” Marius Peptim, - says Oleg Vinogradov. - We have filled the programme with pa-de-de from “Harlequinade” and grand pa from “Pachyta” ballet, which began its world tour with excellence in the middle of XIX century, after performance in Parisian Opera. The center of the show will be the fragment of the ballet “Swan Lake”, directed by Lev Ivanov – one of top masters of the Academic ballet”.
The Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea will support performances. “The tour of the renowned ballet master is a bright and unforgettable event in the life of Crimean people and our guests. Aficionados of the finest artistry will eyewitness a miracle, performed by eminent artists, working in best traditions of the classical ballet, - says Arina Novoselskaya, the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Crimea. – Guest performances form common cultural space of a modern Russia, make our spectators familiar with Russian culture achievements. We are ready to make every effort to make such tours regular”.
Expected tour is not the first cultural event, organized by the Yalta International Economic Forum Foundation.
“Amid the preparation for the YIEF-2017 we invited to Crimea famous conductor Fabio Pirola alongside with St. Petersburg Russian orchestra “Severny Gorod” – they gave performances for participants of the Forum and in the Theatre of Chekov in Yalta. The audience have greeted them with fervor– so we decided to make such events on a regular basis. The aim is to strengthen the interest to classical and academic culture in Crimea, spike understanding of such performances and create conditions for regular tours of leading Russian and world cultural groups in Crimea, - says Director of the YIEF Foundation Sergey Lazutkin.