The Kremlin Ballet Theatre - Top-Class Performances

The Kremlin Ballet Theatre in Moscow's State Kremlin Palace was established in 1990 by well-known Russian choreographer, Andrey Petrov. Also the artistic director, Petrov maintains classical ballet traditions at the same time as promoting creativity and experimentation. As such, the Kremlin Ballet company offers a marvelous night at the theatre.

From its start, the Kremlin Ballet Company received world-wide recognition and acclaim as a highly professional group with a fine repertoire policy. Establishing its own style whilst maintaining the traditions of classical dance, the Kremlin Ballet was known far and wide. Petrov's theatre was known to always boast a mature director's view, courtly decorations and marvelous costumes over and above the outstanding ballet. This great man was the recipient of diplomas issued by Russia's president for his marvelous contributions to Russian art and culture. He also received the medal of the order issued “For the Great Services to the Native Land”. Petrov received recognition with a church order of “Saint Prince Daniyl of Moscow”, presented to him by Alexey II.

Today, the fine Kremlin Ballet Theatre is among the top Russian ballet companies. Their performances are view with the utmost respect by both Russian critics and foreign critics. The Kremlin Ballet company has embarked on many international tours and have met with great success. Country's which have enjoyed the presence of this remarkable Russian ballet company include Italy, France, Spain, Austria, China, Taiwan, Israel, Cyprus, Hungary and Greece.

Ballet dancers of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre receive instruction and rehearsals with top ballet teachers. Exquisite ballerina, Ekaterina Maximova takes the lead here. Soloists who perform with the theatre are leading dancers from International ballet competitions. Since its inception the Kremlin Ballet Theatre company has presented 20 different dances. They prefer to use a variety of choreographers, thus varying their repertoire with both classical works and contemporary productions. Performances held by the Kremlin Ballet Company have included: Armsgamer's “Cavalry Halt”, Prokoffiev's “Cinderella”, Tchaikovsky's “Nutcracker”, Minkus' “Don Quixote”, Tchaikovsky's “Swan Lake”, Gogol's “Nevsky Prospect”, Prokofiev's “Ivan the Terrible” and so forth. When visiting Moscow, be sure to book your ticket for a lovely performance at the Kremlin Ballet Theatre.


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