Elena Evseeva and Andrey Ermakov, Principal Artists of the Mariinsky Ballet
Graduates and students of the School of Classical Russian Ballet
Choreography M. Petipa/A. Gorsky
Music L. Minkus
Artistic Director Evgeny Goremykin
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Don Quixote Dreams
With Elena Evseeva and Andrey Ermakov
Principal Artists of the Mariinsky Ballet
The School of Classical Russian Ballet, formerly London Russian Ballet School, returns to Cadogan Hall with an exhilarating performance from the famous Don Quixote. The School is well known for the high standard of its productions and this promises to be no exception with thrilling repertoire for everyone, full of warmth and excitement and one of the most famous pas de deux in classical ballet.
Principal Artists of the world-famous Mariinsky Ballet, Elena Evseeva and Andrey Ermakov, bring an extraordinary magic to the stage, joining the very talented young dancers.
This is a charitable evening to raise funds for the School’s bursaries Opening Doors and the outreach programme which engages young people in the world of ballet and classical music. The Young Lambeth Performers will again be on stage and 140 young children from Lambeth will attend the evening at no cost as part of the School’s project to engage youngsters in the world of ballet.
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