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17 Jun

Two ballet dancers will debut in the production “Fates”

Two ballet dancers will first appear in the ballet “Fates” to the music by Yulia Gomelskaya. Anna Tyutyunnik makes her debut in the part of the Girl and Anastasia Rudneva – in the part of the Enamoured girl. The performance will take place on the stage of Odessa Opera House on June 19.

Anna Tyutyunnik graduated from Odessa State Choreographic School and Odessa State College of Culture and Art named after Konstantin Dankevich. Her repertoire includes the parts from the ballets “Paquita” and “Don Quixote” by Ludwig Minkus, “Swan Lake”, “The Sleeping Beauty” and “The Nutcracker” by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, and “Giselle” by Adolf Adam and others. She has toured in Switzerland, Greece, Finland, France, Luxembourg, the USA, Canada, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Russia, Taiwan.

Anastasia Rudneva graduated from the Buryat Republican Choreographic College (Ulan-Ude) in 2011. She performs the parts in the ballets “Aibolit XXI” to the music by Nino Rota, “The Bayadere” by Ludwig Minkus, “Masquerade” by Aram Khachaturian, etc. Recently, the theatre-goers have first seenthe artist in the dance “Jig” in the ballet “Don Quixote” by Ludwig Minkus.

The ballet in two acts is the author's project of Odessa Opera House, which can be definitely called the “documentary ballet”. The stories in the ballet are based on the real events and the author's choreography of the director Sergey Kon is presented in a modern polystylistic manner using various dance techniques and pantomime elements.

Anna Tyutyunnik as Cupid in “Don Quixote” by Ludwig Minkus. Photo by Kiril Stoyanov

Anastasia Rudneva in the dance “Jig” in “Don Quixote” by Ludwig Minkus. Photo: Yuri Litvinenko