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Saint-Petersburg Konstantin Tachkin Ballet Theatre

The theatre was founded in 1994 Konstantin Tachkin and represents the theatre of classical ballet. It is a unique private theatre, developing the traditions of Russian classical ballet and in able to complete with the famous state theatres.

The theatre dancers - are certificated specialists of the famous Vaganova Academy of Russian ballet.

The theatre cooperates with leading Russian decoration and costume designers: Vycheslav Okunev ("Giselle", "Don Quixote"), G.Soloviev and S.Pastuch (" Swan lake", "The Nutcracker", "Gala - concert of classical ballet", "Diamonds", "The Sleeping Beauty").

The theatre repertoire includes such masterpieces of the world ballet as: "Giselle"(the premiere was on 31 December, 1994), "Don Quixote"(the premiere - 3 March 1996),"The Swan Lake" (the premiere - 26 May 1997), "The Nutcracker" (the premiere - 6 February 1999), "Gala-concert of classical ballet" (the premiere - 7 October 1999), "Diamonds" (the premiere - 7 October 1999), "The Sleeping Beauty". All mentioned ballets were staged according to rules of classical choreography. Theatre performances are accompanied by orchestra.

The Theatre dancers are certificated specialists of the famous Vaganov Academy of Russian Ballet, each of them is talanted and unique.

In Tachkin Ballet Theatre there are 64 professional dancers who studied at famous masters of Russian ballet art, former soloists of Mariinsky Theatre: Yriy Gumba (Honoured Actor of Russia, prize-winner of international competition); Svetlana Efremova (Honoured Actress of Russia, prize-winner of international competition), Irina Kovaleva, Georgy Dzevulsky, Eduard Michasev.

The theatre tours were successful at Spain, Holland, Ireland and Great Britain, Belgium, Germany, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Arab Republic.

Address:20, Liteynyi Prospect
Subway (Metro):Mayakovskaya
Tel:+ 7 (812) 278-86-23

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