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Choreography Kenneth MacMillan · Composer Franz Liszt

Thursday, 06. April 2017
07:30 pm – 10:35 pm
Nationaltheater

Duration est. 3 hours 05 minutes · 1. Akt (est. 07:30 pm - 08:10 pm ) · Interval (est. 08:10 pm - 08:35 pm ) · 2. Akt (est. 08:35 pm - 09:30 pm ) · Interval (est. 09:30 pm - 09:55 pm ) · 3. Akt (est. 09:55 pm - 10:35 pm )

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Cast

Musikalische Leitung
Anton Grishanin
Choreographie
Kenneth MacMillan
Musik
Franz Liszt
Musikalische Einrichtung
John Lanchbery
Bühne und Kostüme
Nicholas Georgiadis
Licht
John B. Read

Kronprinz Rudolf
Sergei Polunin
Mary Vetsera
Natalia Somova
Mitzi Caspar
Oxana Kardash
Prinzessin Stephanie
Anastasia Limenko
Prinzessin Louise
Valeria Mukhanova
Kaiserin Elisabeth
Natalia Krapivina
Gräfin Marie Larisch
Anastasia Pershenkova
Bratfisch
Saryal Afanasev
Bay Middleton
Ivan Mikhalev
Ungarische Offiziere
Denis Dmitriev, Alexey Lyubimov, Sergei Manuylov, Dmitry Petrov
Katharina Schratt (Mezzosopran)
Heike Grötzinger
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Solisten und Ensemble des Balletts des Stanislawski und Nemirowitsch-Danchenko Musiktheaters Moskau

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Biographies

Conductor

Anton Grishanin was born in Yekaterinburg and studied Trumpet, Opera and Symphony Conducting at the Mussorgsky Ural State Conservatory as well as at Mozarteum Salzburg. He worked as a Conductor at the Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre, at the Bolshoi Theatre and Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre in Moscow. His guest engagements brought him to Berlin, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Mexico, Shanghai, London and Novosibirsk amongst others.

Anton Grishanin has taken part in several International Opera Festivals and collaborated with outstanding artists like Irina Arkhipova, Elena Obraztsova, Vladislav Pyavko and Vladimir Malakhov. He has been nominated three times for the Golden Mask in Russia and is the prizewinner of the Russian Government Award. His repertoire encompasses over fifty operas and ballets, including Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Giselle, Don Quijote, La Bayadère, Romeo and Juliet and Coppélia.

By conducting Roland Petit’s Coppélia Anton Grishanin will be collaborating with Bayerisches Staatsballett in the season 2019/20. He made his first appearance at the Nationaltheater in April 2017 with the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Music Theatre’s guest performance of Mayerling.

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