Russian National Ballet “Kostroma” represented Russia and Kostroma Oblast at the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students.
The Ballet was a part of the Show “Rossiya”, a large-scale event of the cultural program of the Festival, which took place on the main stage of Medalz Plaza in the Olympics park of the city of Sochi. “Kostroma” had the honor of opening the event with the Ballet’s signature turn called “Prazdnichnaya” (choreography by Y. Tsarenko) with the music of well-known Kalinka.
Russian dance for the children and young people of China.
The Russian National Ballet “Kostroma” launched its own educational and touristic project called “Mezhdunarodnaya Tvorcheskaya Dacha’ (International Creative Countryhouse) within the framework of the “Dance Overture of the World” program.
The 8th season of the Russian National Dance Show «Kostroma» in Moscow came to an end.
This year the Russian National Ballet “Kostroma” gave 80 historical shows about the great people of the great country on stage of the Folklore Theatre “Russkaya Pesnya”. In three months more than 70, 000 people came to see the Show. Those were Russian and foreign tourists, famous Russian artists and artists from abroad, high-profile politicians and members of royal families.
Tank biathlon took the start with the tune of Kalinka.
The Russian National Ballet “Kostroma” took part in the Opening Ceremony of the 3rd International Army Games called “ArMI-2017”. The Ballet’s turn was at the end of the show, they danced “Prazdnichnaya” (choreography of Yuri Tsarenko) to the music of famous “Kalinka”.
The Russian National Dance Show «Kostroma» hosted the Delegation of the Indian Embassy.
The Delegation of the Indian Embassy included Her Excellency Mrs Sumitra Mahagi, the Speaker of the lower chamber of the Indian Parliament, Mr Pankage Saran, the Indian Ambassador in Russia, and Hema Malini, an Indian film actor who starred in “Zita and Gita”, a well-known film in Russia, a dancer, a producer, a director and a politician.
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