Mikhailovsky Theatre birthday of the beloved city timed ballet, which was created based on Pushkin's poem "The Bronze Horseman." American choreographer, recognized as the best on the results of the international competition Benois de la danse in 2012, inspired the poetry of Pushkin sought to express their love to the great poet and the city, which is very warmly received him. In his work used Glier music, but not the director turned to the score of the ballet, and the Third Symphony.
The tragedy of impoverished petty officer Eugene, who is looking for happiness and joy in their personal lives, and instead met with a terrible tragedy the death of the beloved is the tragedy of a simple citizen of St. Petersburg received a new actual sound in this modern setting. Who is to blame. What happened: fate or a tragic accident robbed him of hope for happiness? Eugene finds her guilty: he thinks to blame the monument to Peter the copper statue of the king on horseback guarding the city. Lar Ljubovic bright, figurative language of modern choreography tells the tragic history of Pushkin's characters, which raises the front of the audience eternal questions, timeless.
Director: Lar Ljubovic
Production Designer: George Tsypin
Conductor: Michael Tatarnikov
Music: Reinhold Glier
Running time: 2 hours with intermission.