THE TOUR OF THE ASTANA BALLET THEATER HAS COME TO AN END IN LONDON
For the first time, the coveted “Covent Garden” ballet troupe of Kazakhstan met. Actors of “Astana Ballet” performed on the new stage of the Royal Theater – the Hall of Stylish Hall. London’s tremendous spectator was impressed with the skill of the capital team and with a great gratitude for the tour program, Strategy2050.kz reports.
In the auditorium there was no room. The producers were assigned to the National Diversity of the Great Steppe and the neoclassical repertoire – a legendary ballet “Love Fear Loss” and “A Fuego Lento”.
“The actors’ skills were great. Dancers are amazed by plasticity, artistry, and music. Thousands of ballet troupes have come to London. But frankly, we enjoyed the performance of this collective. You have national clothes and music, “said Sally Moore.
As reported by the theater press service, the London premiere of the “Salomeja” act of an evening ballet was also successful. The original play by Oscar Wilde, the English playwriter, inspired Mukharam Avahri to make this scene:
“The ballet, which was put on the line of Oscar Wilde, brought to the public of London a glass, we were excited. On the one hand, this is pride, on the other hand, a great responsibility. Looking at the spectator’s liking, it’s as if we have to appreciate our work and understand our choreography. I am grateful to our performers, tonight, “- said the chief ballet-masters of the Astana Ballet Theater.
The show of the domestic choreographer attracted the attention of the audience. The elegant spectator emphasized choreography, color reproduction, decoration, harmony of costumes and music:
“Colorful Ballet. The event is alive. You can not get an eye on the stage. I like choreography. The actress’s movement on the stage is full of expressions, “shared William Bink, a spectator.
The tour of the Astana Ballet Theater was carried out within the framework of the “Spiritual Rebirth” program of the Ministry of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Source: Kazakhtan 2050