HomeNewsNews for November 2014November 21, 2014 , the 10th performance of the ballet "Yell" to the music of contemporary composers will take place in the theater. The play is based on a philosophical novel by Alexander Zinoviev, "Go to Calvary."

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November 21, 2014 , the 10th performance of the ballet "Yell" to the music of contemporary composers will take place in the theater. The play is based on a philosophical novel by Alexander Zinoviev, "Go to Calvary."

November 21, 2014 , the 10th performance of the ballet "Yell" to the music of contemporary composers will take place in the theater. The play is based on a philosophical novel by Alexander Zinoviev, "Go to Calvary."

The idea of creation of the ballet, which is dedicated to eternal themes - love, devotion, faith, truth-seeking, - united international creative team: artists, musicians, painters, art-directors from France, Germany, Russia, Belgium, Ukraine.

International premiere of "Yell" was held on May 15, 2014. It was the anniversary, the 90th year of creation of the ballet troupe.

Andrey Mercuriev is the leading soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Honored Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia - Alania, the winner of the National Theatre Award "Golden Mask" was first presented as a choreographer of the production, and performed a main role in the ballet.

Without any exaggeration – the production amazed me. I was astonished at the production, the first fruit of creative life of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Andrey Merkuriev, the soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, as well as brilliant, modern choreography of the ballet troupe of Odessa theater. (Evgeniy Golubovskiy about the play "Yell").

Without any exaggeration – the production amazed me. I was astonished at the production, the first fruit of creative life of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Andrey Merkuriev, the soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, as well as brilliant, modern choreography of the ballet troupe of Odessa theater. (Evgeniy Golubovskiy about the play "Yell").