The Russian National Ballet will perform in the Felipe VI Auditorium ‘The Swan Lake’, by Tchaikovsky, which is the most performed work in the history of dance and considered one of the most universal of classical ballet. Under the direction of Sergey Radchenko, the show will take place on Saturday, October 16, at 5:30 p.m.
‘Swan Lake’ traces a bewitching story to the music of Tchaikovsky (1840-1893). The plot takes place between love and magic, linking in his paintings the eternal struggle of good and evil. It is starred by the prince Siegfried, in love with Odette, young woman turned into a swan by the evil spell Von Rothbart, and Odile, the black swan and daughter of the sorcerer.
The Russian National Ballet was founded in 1989, when the legendary soloist of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, Sergei Radchenko forms a new company with the most classical elements of the great ballet companies Kirov and Bolshoi. Its dancers have staged new productions of timeless classics such as’Giselle‘, ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘Carmen’.
Tickets for the show are already on sale at: www.tafestepona.com; López Agency (952 800 441), at the Felipe VI Auditorium box office on the day of the performance, from two hours before the start of the show, and by email at email@example.com.