The aristocratic beauty of the Bolshoi Ballet brings this acclaimed production of Swan Lake alive with ennobling presence and artistry. Natalia Bessmertnova is soft and lyrical in the dual role of Odette and Odile; her eminently feminine quality makes her the ideal interpreter of this classic. The elegance and magnetism of Siegfried is masterfully portrayed by Alexander Bogatyrev.
With exquisitely designed sets, and a dance corps whose skill rivals that of the principal ballerinas. This historic production was choreographed by the critically acclaimed master Yuri Grigorvich, with Tchaikovsky’s timeless score performed by the Moscow Symphonic Orchestra under the baton of Algis Zhuraitis.
"This performance offers a fine view of the liquid lyric style of the Bolshoi Corps." - Anna Kisselgoff
"Bessmertnova dances ravishingly and the camera work is beyond reproach." - Ballet News
"This Swan Lake performs the most difficult promenades, leaps and pirouettes with commanding ease and poise." - Dance Magazine
Moscow Symphonic Orchestra
Conductor: Algis Zhuraitis
Choreographer: Yuri Grigorvich
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