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The Moscow Ballet arrives at the Thuillier theater in Caravaca to perform 'Swan Lake' (04/12/2018)

The Moscow Ballet by Timur Fayziev arrives at the Thuillier theater in Caravaca de la Cruz to perform the quintessential work of classical dance;

'Swan Lake'.

The representation will take place next Saturday, December 8, at 9:00 p.m., and the locations are on sale in advance at and in Nueva Jerez (Calle Mayor) , Caravaca).

The work, of 130 minutes duration, will be divided into four acts.

The director of the Moscow Ballet, Timur Fayziev, has pointed out that 'The Swan Lake' is "a symbol of ballet" thanks to the mixture of a "beautiful music", composed by Tchaikovsky, with the original choreography of Marius Petipá and Lev Ivanov, who will be respected by the company.

The Moscow Ballet has staged more than two thousand shows and since 1992 is touring Spain.

It was founded in 1989 by Timur Fayziev who, after retiring from the stage and creating an academy of dancers, found the need to give a professional continuity to his students.

With only a few years of travel, the company carried out numerous tours in Japan, England, Spain, Ireland, Germany, Thailand, Switzerland, among other countries, quickly reaching a thousand performances.

To this day and throughout its history, the Moscow Ballet exhibits a repertoire of the best pieces of classical ballet, among which are "The Swan Lake", "Sleeping Beauty", "Nutcracker", "Giselle "," Don Quixote "," Romeo and Juliet "," The Dream of a Summer Night "and" Carmen "(suite).

The company has toured with classical works in many countries.

In 1991 he participated in a tour with the legendary dancer Rudolf Nureyev for England, Norway and Sweden.

And in 2003 he received an honorary diploma in his country when he reached one thousand representations.

The ballet develops its activity in Spain through three tours that take place in the months of November-December, April-May and July-August, with dozens of shows.

Since its foundation in 1989, the Moscow Ballet has performed more than a thousand performances in more than sixty tours around the world, becoming the undisputed ambassadors of the great Russian tradition of classical ballet.

'Swan Lake':

FIRST ACTThe garden of Prince Siegfried's castle

It is the twenty-first birthday of Siegfried, and the young prince is celebrating a party in the garden of his palace with young people of his court and foreigners.

The party atmosphere is disturbed by the entrance of the Queen and her bridesmaids.

Siegfried is upset when his mother orders him to: Tomorrow night, his birthday will be celebrated with a dance in court, and there, among the most beautiful ladies of the region, should choose his future wife

El Bufón, tries to restore the spirit of the happy occasion and encourages the prince to form a hunting party.

SECOND ACTOLa lakeshore

The prince, prepared for the hunt, walks towards the swans, at that moment, enters the clear the most beautiful woman he has ever seen.

Surprisingly, the young woman seems to be both swan and woman, her beautiful face is framed by swan feathers.

The prince approaches, begging him not to fly away and in front of his fear the prince tells him he will protect her.

The Queen of the Swans is called Odette.

She explains that the lake was formed with the tears of her mother because an evil sorcerer, Von Rotbart, turned his daughter into the Queen Swan.

She and her court will remain swans, except between midnight and dawn, which is when they assume their human form.

This malpractice will end when a brave and loyal man marries her.

The prince tells him that he must go to the palace dance the next night because he must choose his girlfriend and he promises to marry her.

Just at this moment, the magician appears at the edge of the lake, making threatening signs for Odette to return to him.

When the lovers have left the clearing, all the swans in their human form come dancing from the shore of the lake.

THIRD ACT The great hall of the prince's castle

Sigrido At the formal birthday party of the prince, ambassadors and beautiful princesses from distant lands have come to pay tribute to the prince.

Siegfried, who thinks only of his encounter with Odette, dances automatically and indifferently with the beautiful princesses.

Without warning, a gentleman enters with his daughter who is the living image of his beloved Odette.

This is von Rotbart, who has transformed himself and his daughter to deceive the Prince and who breaks the promise made to Odette that he will never love another.

Odile has managed to cajole Siegfried who thinks he is none other than Odette.

While the two young men dance, Odette lets herself be seen in the distance and signals Sigfrido to understand the deception.

Then, Siegfried approaches Von Rotbart and asks for Odile's hand and he gives his consent. At that moment, the ballroom darkens.

Van Rotbart and Odile stand before the prince in final triumph.

Siegfried can not bear his odious and cruel laughter, and turns to see in the distance the tender figure of Odette trembling between sobs.

FOURTH ACTOLa lakeside

When Odette appears crying, the swan maidens try to console her by explaining that the prince was unaware of Von Rotbart's plan.

Siegfried runs into the clearing looking for Odette among the swans.

He takes her in his arms, asking him to forgive him and swearing his infinite love.

Odette forgives him but tells him that it is useless, because his forgiveness corresponds to his death.

When Von Rotbart appears, Siegfried challenges him, who after the fight, is defeated by the strength of the prince's love for Odette.

The death of Von Rotbart frees Odette from his spell.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz

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