Romantic Revolution
  • West End

Romantic Revolution is an extraordinary evening of ballet where four of the world's leading dancers from the Bolshoi Ballet will perform with students from London Russian Ballet School.

The evening will include the spectacular classic Don Quixote and classical divertissements to music from significant composers including S.Prokofiev, L.Minkus, S. Rachmaninov and P. Tchaikovsky. A new work, especially created for these wonderful dancers, will be premiered and the performance will be accompanied by award winning musicians. It is the second in the series to bring Bolshoi Ballet and LRBS to a wider audience. The philanthropic Revolution will involve 700 young London children, who would otherwise only dream of seeing Bolshoi artists, in the audience at the London Palladium. This performance is for serious ballet lovers and the entire family to share and enjoy. It is truly ballet for all!

Bolshoi Ballet Principal Dancers - Ekaterina Krysanova, Maria Alexandrova, Semyon Chudin and Vladislav Lantratov & students of London Russian Ballet School

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