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  • Date Time
    25 March 2018 -
  • Member Price
    Rs. 2,000 Onward
  • Non Member Price
    Rs. 2,000 Onward


Show Timings:
13th March:

14th March – 25th March – 2 Shows Daily
Matinee Show: 2:30pm
Evening Show: 7:30pm 


Co-Produced by Navrasa Duende and Royal Russian Ballet

Swan Lake is the most beloved and quintessential classical ballet. It is a timeless story of good versus evil. From the first yearning bars of Tchaikovsky’s score, it beckons you to another world, with its bewitched swan queen, doomed prince, glittering villainess and drifts of white tutus. Beautifully crafted and sensually romantic, it is simply stunning. Adored by audiences for over a hundred years, Swan Lake is the most famous ballet in the world. The sublime transcendence of choreography that has been passed down generations after generations is unmatched, and the music of Tchaikovsky is never more attuned to the struggles of the heart than in this poignant work. The twinned role of the radiant white swan and the scheming, duplicitous black swan tests the full range of a ballerina’s powers. A truly international troupe of dancers will create mesmerizingly elegant swans.

Original Choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Renewed by: Konstantine Sergeev in 1950.

Music Score: Mariinsky Theater

Conducted by: Valeri Gergiev

Ballet Director: Anatoliy Kazatskiy

Choreographer: Vladimir Troschenko

‘You wouldn’t want to miss the Russian Ballet, Swan Lake’ – Hindustan Times

‘Director Anatoliy Kazatskiy has maintained the classical nature’ – The Indian Express

‘The Navrasas of Tchaikovsky’ – Live Mint

‘Matsak Natalia is mesmerising as both Odette and Odile’ – Outlook

‘The Swan Lake pirouettes with elegance’ – The New Indian Express

‘Odile sweeps in and steals the show’ – The Telegraph



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