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Teatros: balet clásico, show folklorico, conciertos

San Petersburgo tiene cuatro Teatros de Opera y Ballet, de los cuales el Mariinskiy (llamado en la época soviética Teatro Kirov) figura entre los mas famosos del mundo.

El mundialmente conocido Teatro Mariinskiy fue fundado en el 1783 en la época de Catalina la Grande y se llamaba el Gran Teatro, mas tarde, en 1859, obtuvo el nuevo edificio y fue nombrado Mariinskiy en honor de la esposa del emperador Alejandro II, Maria Aleksandrovna, que lo patrocinaba. Este Edificio Histórico del Mariinskiy sigue funcionando como su escena principal.

Aqui se puede leer mas de la historia del Teatro Mariinskiy que fue la cuna de la espléndida coreografía rusa, su desarrollo fue vinculado con los nombres mas famosos en el mundo de ópera y balet, con los eminentes maestros, distinguidos músicos, compositores, cantantes, virtuosos y bailarinas.

En el año 2006 fue inaugurado el edificio de tal llamada Sala de Conciertos de Teatro Mariinskiy, en el 2014, despues de casi 15 años de obra, fue inaugurado el Edificio Nuevo del Teatro Mariinskiy, con la sala teatral para 2000 espectadores y acústica que hace envidiar los mejores teatros del mundo... Asi que ahora el ôimprerioö de maestro Valery Gergiev (asi se llama el director vigente del teatro Mariinskiy), cuenta con tres excelentes edificios teatrales lo que permite al conjunto dar hasta 1000 espectáculos anualmente.

El precio de una entrada en las buenas localidades en el Mariinsky es de 90-125 euro, pero para unos estrenos, festivales o espectáculo con participación de estrellas de opera o ballet de nivel mundial los precios pueden subir hasta 150 ľ 200 euro.

Los Festivales mas famosos de Mariinskiy son el Festival de ópera y música coral ôPascuaö (marzo-abril) y el festival de balet ôEstrellas de las Noches Blancasö (junio).

La reserva de las entradas es preferible hacerla con maxima antelacion posible, sobre todo para el periodo de las noches blancas (mayo-julio), cuando la ciudad se llena de turistas.

El segundo lugar ocupa el Teatro de opera y ballet Mikhailovskiy, su nombre histórico debe al haber sido construido al lado del Palacio de Gran Principe Miguel (hermano menor de Alejandro I) y a su cuenta, fue construido en el 1833, y detrás de su fachada que puede parecer bastante modesta de primera vista, uno descubre todo el lujo de un teatro de la época imperial con terciopelos, cristales, dorados y pinturas. Los precios en buenas localidades son más bajos que en el Mariinskiy, de 50 a 100 euro.

Vale la pena visitar un espectáculo de ballet clásico en el Teatro de Hermitage, ubicado en uno de los edificios del famoso museo, fue construido como el teatro privado de la emperatriz Catalina la Grande y conservó sus interiores y la sala de espectáculos en forma de anfiteatro antiguo tal cual desde el año 1784. La sala de espectadores cabe no mas que 300 personas (lo que Catalina II creía ôsu círculo de amigosö).

El cuarto teatro donde se puede ver un espectaculo de balet en San Petersburgo es el Alexandrinskiy, ubicado en el edificio construido a inicios del siglo 19 por el famoso arquitecto Carlos Rossi.

También son muy interesantes y entretenidos los espectaculos de folklore ruso (bailes típicos de varias regiones del país). Se organizan en uno mas de los palacios que abundan en San Petersburgo, en ex palacio de Gran Principe Nicolás, asi que los espectadores pueden disfrutarse de los preciosos interiores palaciegos que sirven de un marco lujoso para el espectáculo. El show dura aproximadamente dos horas, en el entreacto se ofrece el bufet (no mucha comida, champagne, vodka, canapes, frutas etc.)

A los amantes de la musica clásica se puede recomendar los conciertos sinfónicos en la Sala Grande de la Filarmonica. A veces se organizan los conciertos de la musica clásica en las salas de los mas suntuosos palacios que abundan en SPb.

XXV MUSIC FESTIVAL STARS OF THE WHITE NIGHTS
26 May – 23 July 2017

Artistic Director: Valery Gergiev

• Over 190 performances and concerts featuring international stars;
• Premiere of Francesco Cilea's opera Adriana Lecouvreur featuring Anna Netrebko;
• The St Petersburg premiere of Alexander Tchaikovsky's opera The Chess King;
• Ballet premieres: Boris Tishchenko's Yaroslavna staged by Vladimir Varnava and Ilya Zhivoi's production of The Four Seasons to music by Max Richter (after motifs of Antonio Vivaldi's cycle Le quattro stagioni);
• Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky;
• Marking 85 years since the birth of Rodion Shchedrin;
• A parade of renowned instrumentalists;

26
May
Friday
Concert Hall
18:00
Opening of the XXV Music Festival Stars of the White Nights
Russian choral opera in two parts for four soloists, mixed chorus, trumpet, kettledrums and percussion (concert performance)
Mariinsky Theatre
Opening of the XXV Music Festival Stars of the White Nights
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue
Mariinsky II
20:00
Opening of the XXV Music Festival Stars of the White Nights
27
May
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
14:00
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue
Concert Hall
16:00
Opening of the X International Festival for Children with Limited Abilities Step Forward!
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts

Featuring Vladimir Galouzine and Alexei Markov
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue

Featuring Viktoria Tereshkina 

Concert Hall
20:00
28
May
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00

scenes from the fairy-tale operas

Concert Hall
12:00

symphonic tale for narrator and orchestra

Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four acts (concert performance)
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
choreographic poem in four acts with prologue and epilogue

Featuring Viktoria Tereshkina 

29
May
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
18:30
national musical drama in five acts, six scenes

Featuring Olga Borodina and Vladimir Galouzine
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

30
May
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in two acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00
31
May
Wednesday
Mariinsky II
17:00
dramma lirico in a prologue and three acts

Featuring Tatiana Serjan and Ildar Abdrazakov 
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)

Featuring Oxana Skorik and Yevgeny Ivanchenko 

Concert Hall
19:00
opera in three acts
1
June
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
lyric-comic opera in four acts, nine scenes
Mariinsky II
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
2
June
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
Mariinsky II
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)

Featuring Anastasia Kolegova and Danila Korsuntsev

The Mussorgsky Hall
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four acts
3
June
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
one act opera

Featuring Yekaterina Goncharova and Alexei Markov

Concert Hall
16:00

Soloist: Sergei Babayan (piano)
Conductor: Christian Knapp

Mariinsky II
19:00
Mariinsky Theatre
20:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)

Featuring Viktoria Tereshkina and Timur Askerov

Concert Hall
20:00
PREMIERE
mono-opera
4
June
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
13:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
Concert Hall
13:00
Mariinsky II
14:00
opera-buffa in two acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
Mariinsky II
20:00
opera-buffa in two acts
Concert Hall
20:00
5
June
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera with a prologue and three acts

Featuring Tatiana Serjan and Mikhail Petrenko
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00
6
June
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
lyric drama in three acts and five scenes

Featuring Maria Guleghina and Vladimir Galouzine
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in three acts with an epilogue
Concert Hall
19:00

opera in three acts (concert performance)

7
June
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts

Featuring Mlada Khudoley, Ekaterina Semenchuk and Mikhail Petrenko

Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in three acts with an epilogue

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

8
June
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
18:30
opera in five acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts with an epilogue
Concert Hall
20:00
opera in three acts and an epilogue
9
June
Friday
Mariinsky II
17:00
ballet in three acts with an epilogue

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in five acts
Concert Hall
20:00
Marking 80 years since the birth of Neeme Jarvi

Conductor: Neeme Järvi

10
June
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
Mariinsky II
18:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three parts

Featuring Ekaterina Kondaurova, Oxana Skorik and Xander Parish

11
June
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
13:00
ballet in three parts
Concert Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three parts

Featuring Ekaterina Kondaurova and Yevgeny Ivanchenko

Mariinsky II
19:00
lyric opera in three acts

Featuring Roman Burdenko, Maria Bayankina, Mikhail Petrenko

Concert Hall
19:00

Mariinsky Stradivarius Ensemble
Conductor: Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici

12
June
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
Mariinsky II
14:00
lyric opera in three acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
lyric opera in three acts

Featuring Alexei Markov, Gelena Gaskarova, Yulia Matochkina

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
fantasy ballet in two acts
Concert Hall
22:00

Soloist: Jan Vogler (cello)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

13
June
Tuesday
Concert Hall
18:00

musical trilogy (concert performance)
Conductor: Leon Botstein

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
14
June
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
Mariinsky II
19:00
Concert Hall
19:00
15
June
Thursday
Concert Hall
18:00

(concert performance)
Featuring Ekaterina Gubanova, Heidi Melton, Mikhail Vekua and René Pape
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts

Featuring Viktoria Tereshkina and Timur Askerov

Mariinsky II
21:00
16
June
Friday
Concert Hall
18:00

(concert performance)
Featuring Ekaterina Gubanova, Heidi Melton, Mikhail Vekua and René Pape
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts

Featuring Oxana Skorik and Xander Parish

17
June
Saturday
Concert Hall
15:00
Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky
Mariinsky Theatre
16:00
Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky
Russian fairytale in two scenes
Concert Hall
19:00
Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky
Mariinsky Theatre
20:00
Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky
Russian fairytale in two scenes
18
June
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
13:00
opera buffa in four acts

Featuring Mikhail Petrenko

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera buffa in four acts
Mariinsky II
20:00
PREMIERE
opera in four acts

Featuring Anna Netrebko, Ekaterina Semenchuk and Yusif Eyvazov
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
21:00
Marking 135 years since the birth of Igor Stravinsky

Leonid Karev (organ)

19
June
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
ballet in two acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera for three solo voices, chorus and orchestra

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

20
June
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts with a prologue (version of 1872)
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
ballet in two acts
Concert Hall
19:00
21
June
Wednesday
Concert Hall
17:00
children’s opera
Mariinsky II
19:00
PREMIERE
opera in four acts

Featuring Anna Netrebko, Ekaterina Semenchuk and Yusif Eyvazov
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three acts with a prologue and epilogue

Featuring Viktoria Tereshkina, Andrei Yermakov and Kimin Kim

22
June
Thursday
Concert Hall
18:00
opera in three acts and an epilogue
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three acts with a prologue and epilogue

Featuring Anastasia Kolegova, Yevgeny Ivanchenko and Vladimir Shklyarov

Mariinsky II
21:00
23
June
Friday
Mariinsky II
18:30
Concert Hall
19:00
opéra comique in two acts (concert performance)
24
June
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
opera buffa in four acts
Concert Hall
16:00

Soloist: Frank Peter Zimmermann (violin)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky II
18:30
opera in five acts
Concert Hall
21:00
25
June
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
melodramma giocoso in two acts
Concert Hall
16:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
ballet in three acts with a prologue and epilogue

Featuring Yekaterina Chebykina and Danila Korsuntsev

Mariinsky II
20:00

opera in four acts (concert performance)
Featuring Ferruccio Furlanetto, Roman Burdenko, Tatiana Serjan and Sergei Skorokhodov
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
20:00
26
June
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
springtime tale in a prologue and four acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00
27
June
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in two acts
Concert Hall
19:00
Marking 70 years since the birth of David Geringas
28
June
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in five acts

Featuring Ferruccio Furlanetto and Yulia Matochkina

Mariinsky II
20:00

Soloist and Conductor: Rudolf Buchbinder

29
June
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts, nine scenes

Featuring Eva-Maria Westbroek
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00

Soloists: Alexei Volodin and Edith Peña (piano)
Conductor: Vladimir Fanshil

30
June
Friday
Mariinsky II
18:00
PREMIERE
ballet in three acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
one act opera
Concert Hall
19:00
Mariinsky II
22:00

Soloist: Denis Matsuev (piano)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

1
July
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
11:30
one act opera
Concert Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
melodramma giocoso in two acts
Mariinsky II
20:00
PREMIERE
ballet in three acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
20:00
opera in two acts (semi-staged performance)
2
July
Sunday
Mariinsky II
12:00
PREMIERE
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
15:00
Mariinsky Theatre
17:00
opera in four acts

Featuring Plácido Domingo
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky II
17:30
PREMIERE
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two parts (concert performance)
3
July
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
one act opera

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Concert Hall
19:00

opera in four movements (concert performance)

4
July
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts (six scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in four acts

Conductor: Plácido Domingo

5
July
Wednesday
Mariinsky II
19:00
Japanese tragedy in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00

Soloist: Beatrice Rana (piano)
Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda

6
July
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
19:00

lyric tragedy in two acts (concert performance)

Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts
7
July
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in two acts with a prologue
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
20:00

opera (concert performance)

8
July
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
12:00
opera buffa in four acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four acts (concert performance)
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
fantasy ballet in two acts
9
July
Sunday
Mariinsky Theatre
14:00
fantasy ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:30
fantasy ballet in two acts
10
July
Monday
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in four acts
11
July
Tuesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
for soloists, chorus and symphony orchestra
(stage version)
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in two acts after the novel by Lev Tolstoy
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in three acts
12
July
Wednesday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
dramma giocoso in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
ballet in two acts after the novel by Lev Tolstoy
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in three acts
13
July
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
14
July
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
ballet in three acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
romantic opera in three acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in four parts (concert performance)
15
July
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in a prologue and four acts
Concert Hall
19:00
opera buffa in four acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts
16
July
Sunday
Mariinsky II
14:00
ballet in three acts
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
opera in three acts, seven scenes (1950 Production)
Mariinsky II
19:30
ballet in three acts
Concert Hall
20:00

Soloist: Baiba Skride (violin)
Conductor: Gustavo Gimeno

17
July
Monday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera in four acts
Concert Hall
20:00
18
July
Tuesday
Concert Hall
18:00

Soloist: Seong-Jin Cho (piano)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Concert Hall
21:00

Soloist: Behzod Abduraimov (piano)
Conductor: Valery Gergiev

19
July
Wednesday
Mariinsky II
18:00
grand opera in five acts

Conductor: Valery Gergiev

Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Concert Hall
19:00
opera in two acts
20
July
Thursday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
dramma giocoso in two acts
Mariinsky II
19:30
PREMIERE
opera in four acts
21
July
Friday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:30
PREMIERE
opera in four acts
22
July
Saturday
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
fantasy ballet in three acts (four scenes)
Mariinsky II
19:00
opera (fable in persona) in three acts
23
July
Sunday
Mariinsky II
15:00
opera in four acts (2016 new stage version )
Mariinsky Theatre
19:00
Close of the XXV Music Festival Stars of the White Nights
one act opera
Mariinsky II
20:00
opera in four acts (2016 new stage version )
 
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