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Tours of the Imperial Russian Ballet in Turkey

 

 

The ballet troupe was founded in April 1994 on the initiative of the famous Russian ballerina, Maya Plisetskaya. The idea of ​​creating the "Imperial Russian Ballet" was born during the jubilee concerts held in Japan by Maya Plisetskaya, whose brilliant program was prepared by Gediminas Taranda.

 

The name of the troupe is a tribute to the memory of the Imperial Family of Russia, which made a great contribution to the development of Russian culture, including the creation of the Bolshoi and Mariinsky theaters, where the glory of the Russian ballet was born and grew. To all the Emperors of the stage, the rulers of hearts, to the fans of the ballet the activities of this troupe are devoted. In addition, the Empire of Russian Ballet won the love and recognition of the whole world.

 

Twenty years of existence of the troupe were filled with painstaking work, creative searches, discoveries and well-deserved victories. All these years, the permanent leader and ideological inspirer of the troupe is outstanding dancer Gedeminos Taranda.

 

The Imperial Russian Ballet was seen in Japan, Spain, Austria, Finland, Portugal, Brazil, Uruguay, Germany, France, Italy, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Canada, Israel, China, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, USA, Lebanon, Cyprus, The United Arab Emirates, Malta, New Zealand, Tunisia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Turkey.
Performances of the troupe of the Imperial Russian Ballet in Turkey, accompanied by the Moscow Opera Orchestra, were organized by the Foundation in the Istanbul Maydonose Theater: Ankara - September 15, Izmir - September 17.

The audience was presented the ballets: "Polovtsian Dances" by Igor Borodin and "Bolero" by Ravel. All five performances of the troupe were sold out in the 3 thousand tents "Maydonose."