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Festival of Russian Ballet

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September 23, 2012
8:00 am

Russia’s finest beings on Pointe shoes are returning to Australia in 2013 with the Imperial Russian Ballet Company to the premiere of “A Festival of Russian Ballet”. For performances only, this astounding and exhilarating program features three acts, showcasing some of the world’s most celebrated ballets.

Be inspired by the tale of Don Quixote, first performed in Russia in 1989 and reduced down to one impetuous act. Be left breathless and musically moved by Ravel’s masterpiece Bolero. And be blown away in the third act with highlights from the world’s greatest ballets, including Giselle, Carmen and The Dying Swan.

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company has been thrilling audiences and critics around the world; don’t miss your chance to experience something truly breathtaking.

WHEN: Saturday/Sunday, 22nd/23rd September
WHERE: Palais Theatre, Jacka blvd, St Kilda
TICKETS: ticketmaster.com.au/Festival-of-Russian-Ballet-tickets


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