Transfer about the life and creative path of the choreographer Boris Eifman.
Today Boris Eifman is experiencing a peak of fame, he is called the first choreographer of the country, he has a huge number of admirers and admirers in Russia and for abroad, the viewer loves it, the tours of the Eifman Ballet Theater at the Bolshoi Theater of Moscow had unprecedented success, which accompanies his performances literally everywhere.
In 1998, Boris Eifman came to America, and this was the first time when all the famous ballet critics placed enthusiastic articles about the author and his performances.
Few people have been awarded so much praise in recent years, but B.Ya.
Eifman himself treats them quite calmly and soberly, because his life has never been simple.
His work can not be called simple either, because every performance is a challenge not only to the established traditions of classical ballet, but to society and Russian culture in general.
Eifman's performances may or may not be loved, but one can not help but admit that today he took the highest position that in recent years in Russia, perhaps, was only Yuri Grigorovich.
The program uses fragments of ballets "Russian Hamlet" ("Son of Catherine the Great"), "Red Giselle", "Tchaikovsky", "Murderers", "Jerusalem".
Eifman B.Ya. - choreographer, artistic director of the Ballet Theater Boris Eifman and the Academy of Dance Boris Eifman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, People's Artist of Russia. Gudanov D.V. - Russian ballet dancer, premier of the Bolshoi Theater, People's Artist of Russia. Kuzmina E.A. - Russian ballerina, soloist of the St. Petersburg State Theater Boris Eifman, Honored Artist of Russia. Markov I.A. - Russian ballet dancer, choreographer, teacher, Honored Artist of Russia. Galychanin A.E. - soloist of the St. Petersburg Academic State Ballet Theater, People's Artist of Russia. Morozova V.N. - Russian ballet dancer, teacher-tutor, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, People's Artist of Russia.
Locations: St. Petersburg  Paris  Moscow