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February 21, TU
Evening:   Belcanto. Concert   Performance information
Belcanto. Concert - Bolshoi Theatre

21 February, 19:00

Part I

Gioachino Rossini
Ouverture from the opera "La gazza ladra"

Gaetano Donizetti
Duetto of Adina and Nemorino "Tralaralala... Еsulti pur la barbara" from the opera "Elisir d"amore"

Nina Mynasian (soprano)
Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta of Leonor "O mon Fernand....mon arret..." from the opera "La Favorite"

Oxana Volkova (mezzo-soprano)

Vincenzo Bellini
Scena, Aria e cabaletta of Elvira "Qui la voce sua soave...Vien diletto" from the opera "I Puritani"

Nina Minasyan (soprano)

Gaetano Donizetti
Duet of Anna and Giovanna Seymour "Dio che mi vedi in core...sul suo capo aggravi un dio" from the opera "Anna Bolena"

Hibla Gerzmava (soprano)
Oxana Volkova (mezzo-soprano)

Gioachino Rossini
Ramiro"s Aria "Principe piu non sei...Si ritrovarla io giuro...Dolce speranza" from the opera "La Cenerentola"

Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta of Anna "Al dolce guidami...Coppia iniqua" from the opera "Anna Bolena"
Hibla Gerzmava (soprano)

Part II

Gioachino Rossini
Ouverture from the opera "Guillaume Tell"

Gaetano Donizetti
Fernand"s Aria "Ange si pur" from the opera "La Favorite"

Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gaetano Donizetti
Duetto of Alphonse and Leonor "Leonor! Tristement...dans ce palais" from the opera "La Favorite"

Oxana Volkova(mezzo-soprano)
Igor Golovatyenko (baritone)

Gaetano Donizetti
Lucia"s Aria "Il dolce s
uono...Ardon gl"incensi" (The "Mad Scene") from the opera "Lucia di Lammermoor"
Nina Mynasian (soprano)

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta of Severo "Di t
ua belt? l"immagine...no l"acciar non fu spietato" from the opera "Poliuto"
Igor Golovatyenko (baritone)

Gaetano Donizetti
Nemorino"s Aria "una furtiva lagrima" from the opera "Elisir d"amore"

Yijie Shi (tenor)

Vincenzo Bellini
Aria e cabaletta of Norma "Casta diva...Ah! Bello a me ritorna.." from the opera "Norma"

Hibla Gerzmava (soprano)

 

25 February, 19:00

Part I

Gioachino Rossini
O
uverture from the opera "La gazza ladra"

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta Alphonse "Leonor, viens!...Mon amour" from the opera "La Favorite"

Igor Golovatyenko (baritone)

Vincenzo Bellini
Gi
ulietta"s Aria "Oh quante volte" from the opera "I Capuleti e i Montecchi"
Venera Gimadieva (soprano)

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta of Leonor "O mon Fernand....mon arret..." from the opera "La Favorite"

Oxana Volkova (mezzo-soprano)

Gioachino Rossini
Aria Ramiro "Principe piu non sei...Si ritrovarla io giuro...Dolce speranza" from the opera "La Cenerentola"

Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gioachino Rossini
Armida"s Final scene "Dove son io?" from the opera "Armida"

Vasilisa Berzhanskaya (mezzo-soprano)

Vincenzo Bellini
Scena, Aria e cabaletta of Elvira "Qui la voce...Vien diletto" from the opera "I Puritani"

Venera Gimadieva (soprano) (10)

Part II

Gioachino Rossini
O
uverture from the opera "Guillaume Tell"

Gaetano Donizetti
Fernand"s Aria "Ange si p
ur" from the opera "La Favorite"
Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gaetano Donizetti
Lucia"s Aria "Il dolce s
uono...Ardon gl"incensi" (The "Mad scene") from the opera "Lucia di Lammermoor"
Nina Mynasian (soprano)

Gaetano Donizetti
D
uetto of Alphonse e Leonor "Leonor! Tristement...dans ce palais" from the opera "La Favorite"
Oxana Volkova (mezzo-soprano)
Igor Golovatyenko (baritone)

Gaetano Donizetti
Nemorino"s Aria "
una furtiva lagrima" from the opera "Elisir d"amore"
Yijie Shi (tenor)

Gaetano Donizetti
Aria e cabaletta of L
ucia "Regnava nel silenzio....Quando rapito in estasi" from the opera "Lucia di Lammermoor"
Venera Gimadieva (soprano)

Gaetano Donizetti
D
uet and Trio of Adina, Nemorino, Belcore "Tralaralala....Esulti pur la barbara....Tram tram tram) from the opera "L"elisir d"amore"
Nina Mynasian (soprano)
Yijie Shi (tenor)
Golovatyenko (baritone)

February 24, FR
Evening:   Ivan the Terrible (Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev)   Performance information
Ivan the Terrible (Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev) - Bolshoi Theatre

Ballet in two acts to music by Sergei Prokofiev
Libretto by Yuri Grigorovich
Choreographer: Yuri Grigorovich
Sets and costumes: Simon Virsaladze
Music Director: Vassily Sinaisky
Lighting Designer: Mikhail Sokolov
Designers of scenery revival: Natalia Pavlova, Alyona Pikalova, Mikhail Sapozhnikov
Designer of costumes revival: Elena Merkurova
The world premiere took place on February 20, 1975at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Revival - November 8, 2012.

SYNOPSIS

Act I
The bell-ringers proclaim young Ivan IV s accession to the throne.
The boyars are disgruntled by the fact, each claiming to have the ancestry at least as noble as the tsar s.
At the bride show Ivan is to select one of the Boyar daughters as his wife and Tsarina in the future. Eventually, he chooses Anastasia.
Prince Kurbsky is in despair: he is in love with Anastasia, and now he s losing her for ever.
The alarm bell tolls. The bell-ringers signal a foreign invasion. Ivan leads Russian regiments into the battle side by side with Kurbsky.
Death mows down the soldiers, but the harbingers of victory portend defeat for the invaders. Russian regiments force the enemy back. The battle is won!
Anastasia is anxiously awaiting Ivan s return.
The Russian warriors return victorious and joyously meet their loved ones. Ivan and Anastasia are reunited again. Russian people rejoice in their country s triumph over the enemy.
However, grim news begin to spread all over the country: the tsar has suddenly fallen ill. Anastasia is appalled; the boyars are growing active, each of them aspiring to the throne. Yet furious is the Tsar, who has unexpectedly recovered from his sickness, and merciless will he be with the treacherous boyars.

Act II
Ivan and Anastasia are enjoying mutual happiness.
The boyars are planning a conspiracy and Kurbsky is engaged in it. A poisoned chalice is brought in, and Anastasia falls their first victim. Kurbsky beholds the agonizing Tsarina in horror. The terrified boyars scatter.
The bell-ringers knell Tsarina s death and the treachery of the boyars. The tumultuous nation stands on the verge of revolt.
Ivan mourns at Anastasia s coffin. His imagination conjures up an image of his beloved.
Kurbsky has nothing to do but flee the country, dreading the tsar s revenge. The boyars are expecting vengeance, too.
People dressed in monastic garb appear: these are the Oprichniki the tsar decided to surround himself with. He entrusts them with exterminating treason and crushing the power of the boyars. The boyars are seized and massacred by the Oprichniki. Ivan the Terrible personally takes reprisal against them.
Dark are Ivan s thoughts - the thoughts of a man who lost his love, of a tsar surrounded by enemies.
Haunted by phantoms, Ivan writhes at the thought that he has given up humanity in his struggle and has doomed himself to a life of loneliness.
Frantically does Ivan the Terrible seek a way out of the labyrinth of contradictions set up by history.

Video
February 26, SU
Matinée:   Ivan the Terrible (Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev)   Performance information
Ivan the Terrible (Ballet by Sergei Prokofiev) - Bolshoi Theatre

Ballet in two acts to music by Sergei Prokofiev
Libretto by Yuri Grigorovich
Choreographer: Yuri Grigorovich
Sets and costumes: Simon Virsaladze
Music Director: Vassily Sinaisky
Lighting Designer: Mikhail Sokolov
Designers of scenery revival: Natalia Pavlova, Alyona Pikalova, Mikhail Sapozhnikov
Designer of costumes revival: Elena Merkurova
The world premiere took place on February 20, 1975at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Revival - November 8, 2012.

SYNOPSIS

Act I
The bell-ringers proclaim young Ivan IV s accession to the throne.
The boyars are disgruntled by the fact, each claiming to have the ancestry at least as noble as the tsar s.
At the bride show Ivan is to select one of the Boyar daughters as his wife and Tsarina in the future. Eventually, he chooses Anastasia.
Prince Kurbsky is in despair: he is in love with Anastasia, and now he s losing her for ever.
The alarm bell tolls. The bell-ringers signal a foreign invasion. Ivan leads Russian regiments into the battle side by side with Kurbsky.
Death mows down the soldiers, but the harbingers of victory portend defeat for the invaders. Russian regiments force the enemy back. The battle is won!
Anastasia is anxiously awaiting Ivan s return.
The Russian warriors return victorious and joyously meet their loved ones. Ivan and Anastasia are reunited again. Russian people rejoice in their country s triumph over the enemy.
However, grim news begin to spread all over the country: the tsar has suddenly fallen ill. Anastasia is appalled; the boyars are growing active, each of them aspiring to the throne. Yet furious is the Tsar, who has unexpectedly recovered from his sickness, and merciless will he be with the treacherous boyars.

Act II
Ivan and Anastasia are enjoying mutual happiness.
The boyars are planning a conspiracy and Kurbsky is engaged in it. A poisoned chalice is brought in, and Anastasia falls their first victim. Kurbsky beholds the agonizing Tsarina in horror. The terrified boyars scatter.
The bell-ringers knell Tsarina s death and the treachery of the boyars. The tumultuous nation stands on the verge of revolt.
Ivan mourns at Anastasia s coffin. His imagination conjures up an image of his beloved.
Kurbsky has nothing to do but flee the country, dreading the tsar s revenge. The boyars are expecting vengeance, too.
People dressed in monastic garb appear: these are the Oprichniki the tsar decided to surround himself with. He entrusts them with exterminating treason and crushing the power of the boyars. The boyars are seized and massacred by the Oprichniki. Ivan the Terrible personally takes reprisal against them.
Dark are Ivan s thoughts - the thoughts of a man who lost his love, of a tsar surrounded by enemies.
Haunted by phantoms, Ivan writhes at the thought that he has given up humanity in his struggle and has doomed himself to a life of loneliness.
Frantically does Ivan the Terrible seek a way out of the labyrinth of contradictions set up by history.

Video


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