The State academic Bolshoi Theatre of Russia
The Bolshoi Theatre is a historic theatre located in the capital city of Russia, Moscow. The company had its genesis back in March of 1776 and was initially a house for private performances until the acquisition of the Petrovka Theatre, post which it commenced producing plays and operas. It was imagined and designed by the very talented architect Joseph Bove and the theatre hosts performances of both ballet and opera.
The theatre was formerly known as the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow while the St. Petersberg Bolshoi Theatre which was demolished in the year 1886, was known as the Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre before the October Revolution. The Bolshoi Opera and Bolshoi Ballet are universally popular, having their names amongst the top and oldest opera and ballet companies in the world. The theatre has been rebuilt several times over its course due to a series of unfortunate events.
Eugene Onegin (2008)
Eugene Onegin by P. I. Tchaikovsky, from Bolshoi Theatre, 2008. Directed by Dimitri Tcherniakov, conductor Alexander Vedernikov, starring Mariusz Kwiecien, Anatoly Kocherga, Makvala Kasrashvili, Tatiana Monogarova, Emma Sarkisyan, Margarita Mamsirova, Andrey Dunaev and Valery Gilmanov. Performed ...
Ruslan and Lyudmilla (2011)
Ruslan and Lyudmilla by M. Glinka, from Bolshoi Theatre, 2011. Directed by Dimitri Tcherniakov, conductor Vladimir Jurowski, starring Charles Workman, Albina Shagimuratova, Mikhail Petrenko, Alexandrina Pendatchanska, Elena Zaremba, Vladimir Ognovenko, Almas Svilpa, Alexander Polkovnikov and Yur...
La fille du Pharaon (The Pharaoh's Daughter) (2003)
La fille du Pharaon (The Pharaoh's Daughter) by C. Pugni, from Bolshoi Ballet, 2003. Conductor Alexander Sotnikov, starring Svetlana Zahkarova, Serguei Filin and Bolshoi Theatre Ballet & Orchestraalexander Sotnikov.
The Bolt (2006)
The Bolt by D. Shostakovich, from Bolshoi Ballet, performed at Bolshoi Theatre, 2006.
Les Flammes de Paris (2010)
Les Flammes de Paris by B. Asafiev, from Bolshoi Ballet, performed at Bolshoi Theatre, 2010. Conductor Pavel Sorokin, starring Pavel Sorokin, Natalia Osipova, Ivan Vasiliev, Nina Kaptsova, Denis Savin, Anna Antonicheva, Yuri Klevtsov, Antoine Mistral, Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra.