"Sunday at The Savoy" to Present World-Renowned Ballet Stars

Winter Ballet Gala 

January 28, 2018

Kristallin Productions Company presents to your attention a winter gala concert "Sunday at The Savoy" with the participation of world ballet stars who will perform their favorite around the world solo, pas de deux, excerpts of classical ballet repertoire and modern rooms.

The program will be attended by the dancers of the Bolshoi Ballet, Royal Opera House, Theater of Contemporary Ballet of New York (Complexions Contemporary Ballet), the National Ballet of Cuba.

The program will be provided only for one night in the cult theater The Savoy Theatre. 
"The mission of this project is to expand the range of audiences and its assessment of the ballet, both in classical and in modern format. We hope to embrace and creatively engage the audience the theater, which usually are not interested in the ballet "
producer of the project, Catherine Barham 

In addition to the ticket, there is a small amount of champagne & canape package, which can be purchased on the official website of the ATG ( http://www.atgtickets.com/shows/sunday-at-the-savoy/savoy-theatre/) . Viewers who purchase this package will be offered champagne and canapés before a gala concert and during the intermission.

Information about tickets for the gala dinner will be announced later. At the dinner will be dancers and dignitaries. 

  1. Yana Salenko, Berlin State Opera and Ballet Theater (Stattsballet Berlin) 
  2. Ivan Putrov, Men in Motion 
  3. Igor Tsvirko. Bolshoi Theater, Moscow 
  4. Eugene Savarskaya. Bolshoi Theater, Moscow 
  5. Clifford Williams. Complexions Contemporary Ballet (New York) 
  6. Sarah Lamb, The Royal Ballet Covent Garden 
  7. Steven McRae, The Royal Ballet Covent Garden 
  8. Matthew Golding, The Royal Ballet Covent Garden 
  9. Adiaris Almeida, the National Ballet of Cuba 
  10. Taras Domitro, the National Ballet of Cuba 
(The performance is subject to cast change although every endeavour will be made to retain the original advertised line-up). 
Yana Salenko, prima ballerina of the Berlin State Opera and Ballet Theater (Stattsballet Berlin). 

Winner of the most prestigious German award in the area of Tanzpreis Zukunft Dance (Dance Prize "Future", 2010). In 2013 she made her debut at the Royal Ballet of Great Britain as Kitri in the ballet "Don Quixote" (directed by Carlos Acosta). In 2014 she performed the role of Kitri in the play "Don Quixote" of the Mariinsky Theater. 
Repertoire includes:
"Sleeping Beauty" (Princess Aurora, Princess Florine, fairy Canaries), "La Bayadere" (Gamzatti) directed by Vladimir Malakhov;
"Esmeralda" (Esmeralda) - choreography by Yuri Boatmen and Vasily Medvedev;
"Cinderella" (Cinderella), "Peri" (Perry) - choreography by Vladimir Malakhov;
"Giselle» (Pas de deux), «The Nutcracker" (Marie) - choreography by Patrice Bart; 
Ivan Putra Prime London's Royal Ballet (2002-2010), a guest soloist of the National Opera of Ukraine (since 2001), Honored Artist of Ukraine (2009). In 1996 I won a prize and gold medal of the International Competition Ballet Serge Lifar (Kiev) and won the Ballet Competition "Prix de Lausanne" (Switzerland) - which allowed him to get a scholarship to study in the UK, in the Royal Ballet School. 
Repertoire includes:
The Royal ballet
Pierrot "Pierrot Lunaire" with choreography by Glen Tetley (preparing party under the leadership of choreographer
Lenski, "Onegin" with choreography by John Cranko
Florimund Prince, "Sleeping Beauty"
Nutcracker Prince, "The Nutcracker"
Solor and Golden god, "La Bayadere" staged by Natalia Makarova
Basil, "Don Quixote"
James, "La Sylphide"
Prince Siegfried, "Swan Lake"
Count Albert, "Giselle" 
Igor Tsvirko, the leading soloist of the Bolshoi Theater. A graduate of the Moscow State Academy of Choreography and winner of the second prize at the International Ballet Competition and choreographers.

Repertoire includes:
The Nutcracker Prince ( "Nutcracker")
Petruchio ( "The Taming of the Shrew") 
José ( "Carmen Suite" by Bizet - R. Shchedrin, staged by A. Alonso)
Couple in red ( "Forgotten Land" to the music of Britten, choreography I. Kilian)
the title role ( "Spartacus")
Mercutio ( "Romeo and Juliet" directed by Alexei Ratmansky) - the first performer at the Bolshoi Theater 
Clifford Williams, a well-known Ukrainian audience thanks to the leading parts in the ballet The Great Gatsby. . He began his dance education at the secondary school Educational Arts La Guardia. He went to school and the Ailey School of American Ballet, both of which he attended on a scholarship. He received the award of the first degree of the National Arts Development Fund in 1998. In 2004, Williams joined the troupe Complexions Contemporary Ballet (New York, USA). 
He danced in the works of Rodin Dwight (artistic director of the world-renowned troupe Complexions Contemporary Ballet). Since 2004, Clifford assisted by the director and choreographer Dwight Rhoden to work on a variety of projects, including the ballets for the Dance Theater of North Carolina, Ballet Pittsburgh Aspen Ballet Santa Fe Ballet for Vishneva Project, as well as in the TV program "So you think you can dance ". 
Sarah Lamb, prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet, Covent Garden (Royal Ballet London). Winner of the US presidential scholarship in the arts. In 1998 he admitted to the Boston Ballet, where she became a prima ballerina and danced the leading roles in ballets by contemporary choreographers. Especially Sarah, the famous British choreographer Wayne McGregor created his first full-length ballet Raven Girl ( «The Crow"). 
In perertuare:
Party Aurora, Giselle, Nikia, Kitri, the Sugar Plum Fairy, Juliet, Manon, as well as roles in ballets by Balanchine. 
Steven McRae, began studying dance at the age of seven years. In addition to ballet, tap dancing involved, all this you can enjoy in our presentation Sunday at The Savoy. Skills in both types of dance shown in 2003 in the competition "Prix de Lausanne", which brought him a scholarship to the Royal Ballet School in London, where he began working in 2004 
For five years, he managed to climb to the top step in career: in 2009 he was elevated to the rank of prime minister.

Repertoire includes:
Romeo ( "Romeo and Juliet" by Prokofiev and choreography by K. MacMillan)
Des Grieux ( "Manon" to music by Jules Massenet, choreography K. MacMillan)
Prince Siegfried ( "Swan Lake" by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, F. Ashton, D. Bintley)
Florimun Prince ( "The Sleeping Beauty" by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Marius Petipa, E. Dowell, F. Ashton, C. Wheeldon)
Prince ( "Nutcracker" by Tchaikovsky and choreography by P. Wright)
Prince ( "Cinderella" S.Prokofiev choreography F. Ashton
The Chosen One ( "The Rite of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky and choreography by K. MacMillan)
Coghlan ( "Vain Precaution" by L. J. F. Herold, choreographer Frederick Ashton). 
Matthew Golding, who was born in Regina (Saskatchewan, Canada). He studied at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School staff, the Universal Ballet Academy (Washington) and the Royal Ballet School in London. 
After graduation, he entered the company of the American Ballet Theater (2003 - 2008). Since 2009 - in the company of the Dutch National Ballet, since 2010 - the Prime Minister. Matthew Golding - winner of the Grand Prix competition of the Youth American Ballet Theater (New York), winner of the Alexandra Radius Prize (2010). He was nominated in 2011 for the prize Zwaan Dutch theater and concert association in the category of "Outstanding Achievement in the field of ballet."

For the role of the Prince in the film version of the ballet "The Nutcracker" with choreography by Wayne Eagling he was nominated for the Benois de la danse.

Repertoire includes:
Solor in "La Bayadere" Natalia Makarova
Basilio in "Don Quixote" by Alexei Ratmansky
Prince in "The Sleeping Beauty" by Sir Peter Wright 
Adiaris Almeida, choreographic education in the National School of Ballet in Havana. After graduation she was invited to the National Ballet of Cuba under the direction of Alicia Alonso, where he became a leading ballerina.

Almeida was later invited to join the American Ballet Cincinnati (USA).
He won gold and silver medals of the International Ballet Competition in Havana. 
He became the first Cuban dancer reached the final of the International Ballet Competition in the United States. Winner of the International Dance Competition in Japan and participant Gala Ballet in Tokyo.

Later, she was invited to the Boston Ballet, where she danced the main leading roles in theater productions. Currently Adiaris Almeida is a guest dancer of many theaters of the world, including the National Ballet of Cuba and the Rome Opera, and participates in international ballet festivals, and is a welcome party-dancer at the prestigious world ballet gala. 
Taras Domitro, was born in Havana, Cuba. He studied at the Provincial School of Ballet, at the Alejo Carpentier and the School of the National Ballet of Cuba. In 2008 he entered the troupe Ballet San Francisco Prime. He holds the Gold Medal of the International Competition in Orlando, Florida, USA (2008), Grand Prix of the International Festival in Peru (2003) and Havana (2002), First Prize and Prize "Discovery" in the Competition-Festival in Havana (2000). 
Repertoire includes:
Basil ( "Don Quixote", and Thomason Posokhova)
The Snow King and the Nutcracker-Prince ( "Nutcracker")
Mercutio ( "Romeo and Juliet")
pas de trois and Siegfried ( "Swan Lake") 
Executive producer:
Linda Rogers

Produced by:
Catherine Barham
James Skrimdzhor

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