Stay Home with Russian Seasons online service program will be opened with a broadcast of Dagestan ensembles best performances Lezginka. Artful tricks, frantic rhythm, and breathtaking acrobatics – won’t leave you indifferent! Russian opera fans will be able to behold the unique production Boris Godunov, edited by D. Shostakovich. All of this you’ll be able to find this week in the special Stay Home section at the website.
On April 13, Tuesday (+6),
a broadcast of a selection of the best dances of the State Academic Honored Ensemble of Dagestan Lezginka will take place. State Academic Honored Dance Ensemble of Dagestan Lezginka, was founded on September 6, 1958. Over its 63 years of existence, the collective has staged over 100 folk dances. They reflect the choreographic culture of Dagestan, Caucasus, and Russia. And in March 1994, the ensemble staged the first in Dagestan's history three-act ballet Partu - Patima. Also on the collectives' account is the participation in a noteworthy project: Russian Seasons - a large-scale festival of Russian national groups Special Folk Edition.
The ensemble was established, by the USSR national artist Tankho Israilov, the author of the first program and Lezginka director for 20 consecutive years. From 1991 to the present day, Dzhambulat Musaevich Magomedov remains the head of the ensemble. Dzhambulat Musaevich Magomedov, laureate of the Russian Federation Government Prize, Honored Worker of Russia Arts, Dagestan and KBR, Knight of the Order of Friendship, Order of Honor, a confidant of the Russian Federations President V.V. Putin; the artistic director is the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation laureate of the Russian Federation Government Prize Zulumkhan Zulumkhanovich Khangereev.
Since the foundation day, there have been working 75 honored artists of the Republic of Dagestan, 9 national Artists of the Republic of Dagestan, 5 honored Russian Artists, 1 honored Artist of the Soviet Union, 1 honored Russian Artist worker, and 2 national Russian artists. In the present time, the creative staff of the ensemble includes 90 artists.
On April 2, 2001, the ensemble was awarded Russian Federations president V. V. Putin's, gratitude "For their services in the development of the art of choreography." In June 2007, the ensemble returned from a long-term, triumphant tour of Australia and New Zealand, where over 70 concerts were given over three months.
On April 15, Thursday (+6), there will take place a broadcast of the opera Boris Godunov, by the musical theater Helikon-Opera. This work is one of the most famous Russian repertoire operas, the absolute leader in the number of music editions. The composer Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, during his lifetime, has created two copyright editions, as for his close friend Rimsky-Korsakov - five.
The duration of the opera is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Stage Director - Dmitry Bertman. Musical director - Vladimir Ponkin. Production designers - Igor Nezhny and Tatiana Tulubieva.
The Helikon-Opera Theater approached Dmitri Shostakovich's version in 2006 when the world's community was widely celebrating the centenary of the birth of the composer. This edition was commissioned by the Bolshoi Theater and published in 1940. Placing a hand on the instrumentation, Shostakovich soon became, a co-author of the work. The premiere took place at the Kirov Theater in Leningrad, in 1960. Shostakovich's version is staged extremely rare since it is very challenging to perform.
Moscow music theater Helikon-Opera is a Moscow musical theater, created in 1990. Dmitry Aleksandrovich Bertman is its founder. Kirill Klementievitch Tikhonov – an orchestra conductor and a National Artist of the USSR, was also standing at the origins of it.
Helion troupe exceeds 500 people. It includes an ensemble of soloists, mainly winners of international competitions and prizes, symphony orchestra, and chorus. There are more than 75 productions in the repertoire of the theater.