The oldest Russian Ballet Theatre.. (1988)
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AnnotationAbout the history of the ballet troupe of the Leningrad theater. S. M. Kirov and his tour abroad. History and current stage of development of ballet theatre.
The city of Leningrad: Peter and Paul Fortress, a monument to Peter I, the Stock Exchange building, a monument to Pushkin in Russian Museum, Palace Square, the building drama Theater named after Pushkin, Leningrad Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after SM Kirov.
Peterhof; fountains, sculpture.
Portraits ballerinas Teleshova E., A. Istomin Andrijanova E., M. Taglioni, F. Eisler, T. Karsavina, M. Kshesinskaia Pavlova; V. Nijinsky dancing.
Portraits choreographers I. Valberg, Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, Mikhail Fokine, W. Winona L. Yakobson, Jacobson, J. Belsky, Yuri Grigorovich, fragments ballets "Swan Lake", "Sleeping Beauty", "Egyptian Nights", "The Knight in the Panther's Skin" Polovtsian Dances from the opera "Prince Igor."
Dance "The Dying Swan" dancing ballerina Pavlova and the Kirov Ballet G. Mezintseva.
Performance of the ballet troupe on tour in France.
French choreographer M. Bejar rehearses fragment from the ballet "Bakhtiyor" with soloists and troupes Altynay Asylmuratova Farouk Ruzimatov.
Leningrad Choreographic School.
Things schoolgirls in ballet class.
Rehearsals teacher leads N. Kurgapkina.
Key wordsCultural ties. Art. Secondary vocational education.