„Крцко Орашчић“ иза кулиса

Anastasia Soboleva, first soloist, stretches during practice at the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia November 20, 2015. For theatregoers in St Petersburg, Nacho Duato's "The Nutcracker" demonstrates the global appeal of a Christmas classic. When the curtain rises at the Mikhailovsky Theatre, among the oldest opera and ballet houses in Russia, it's the culmination of hundreds of hours of toil and sweat by dancers, costume makers, set designers and musicians playing the famous score by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.

Anastasia Soboleva, first soloist, stretches during practice at the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia November 20, 2015. For theatregoers in St Petersburg, Nacho Duato's "The Nutcracker" demonstrates the global appeal of a Christmas classic. When the curtain rises at the Mikhailovsky Theatre, among the oldest opera and ballet houses in Russia, it's the culmination of hundreds of hours of toil and sweat by dancers, costume makers, set designers and musicians playing the famous score by Pyotr Tchaikovsky.

Reuters
Балерина Анастасија Собољева припрема се за пробу балета „Крцко Орашчић“ у Михајловском театру у Санкт Петербургу.

Балерина Анастасија Собољева припрема се за пробу балета „Крцко Орашчић“ у Михајловском театру у Санкт Петербургу. Фотографија: Reuters.

 

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