Royal Russian Ballet at ICE Kraków Congress Centre, October 26

For over 5 years, the sensational and talented Royal Russian Ballet has been performing on Polish stages with great success. Of course we cannot miss them this year!

The internationally renowned Royal Russian Ballet will perform a masterpiece of ballet art – Swan Lake.

The fairy tale, combined with the brilliant music of one of the most outstanding composers in the world, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, will take every listener to the beautiful, magical world of classical ballet.

For over a hundred years, the timeless story has been one of the staple pieces that every art lover should know and see. The story of a princess turned into a swan shows universal truths, such as the struggle between good and evil, hidden passions, but – above all – it shows the power of love.

The Royal Russian Ballet – a band formed in Kharkiv in 2007, comprising both Russian and Ukrainian artists, is taking ballet stages all over the world by storm and winning numerous prestigious international awards. The ensemble is managed by two outstanding personalities: Mikhail Bezzubikov – Bolshoi Ballet soloist, who graduated from the famous Russian choreography school in Perm and in recognition of his achievements, received the title of Honorary Artist of Russia; Anatoly Kazatskiy – band manager, dancer and choreographer, winner of the "Serge Lifar 2002” International Competition, as well as many others.

Delightful costumes, beautiful stage design and most of all, youthful passion and perfection of the performance make the number of fans of the Royal Russian Ballet grow steadily. The ensemble, comprising young artists who continue the traditions of the famous Russian ballet school, has already captivated the audience of many countries in Europe, Asia, as well as both Americas.

Get your tickets right now from: Filmotechnika, Pasaż Bielaka, InfoKraków, Św. Jana.,

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