Ballet gala at the Royal Theatre

The Royal Theater will dress up next 5 from December, to receive on its stage the leading figures of classical dance from Russian theaters, among them, those owned by the indisputable reference companies of classical ballet: the Bolshoi in Moscow and the Mariinsky in Saint Petersburg. The city of the tsars will also have a representation of one of its oldest centers, el Teatro Mikhailovski.
Russian school of ballet, born in the eighteenth century and consolidated in the nineteenth, in which the best of the French and Italian disciplines come together to endow them with a unique technique and bravery, has overcome the parenthesis generated after the fall of the Soviet Union to return to its unmistakable character . A) Yes, nowadays, Russian theaters have recovered the splendor of other times with dancers who represent the pure essence of classical dance. Names like Svetlana Zakharova, Denis Matvienko, Uliana Lopatkina, Natalia Osipova, Ivan Vasiliev, Victoria Tereshkina, Semyon Chudin, Yevgeny Ivanchenko and Anastasia Matvienko, among others, will be present at this meeting.
Ballet lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy, thanks to the dazzling display of stylistic and formal resources of these dancers, of the creations of legendary choreographers like Balanchine, Petipa of Fokin
All those who cannot attend the function, will have the opportunity to see the best moments of that night through the Royal Theater's Digital Box (, the day 6 from December. Spanish Television will record part of the show for later retransmission.
The Spain-Russia Dual Year 2011 comes to an end after an intense year of events (with a program of more than 350 activities) between Spain and Russia during 2011. This period of collaboration has served to consolidate the current of sympathy that flows between both countries and further strengthen relations in all areas, carrying out important exchanges in the fields of culture, the economy, science and education.