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Ukrainian Ballet Gala at Sadler’s Wells Theatre


Ukrainian Ballet Gala — Presented by I-Do Lab & Putrov Productions. British-Ukrainian theatre director Olga Danylyuk and UK-based Ukrainian dancer and producer Ivan Putrov are bringing a one-off spectacular Ukrainian ballet gala to Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London on September 7, 2021.


When: Tuesday, 7 September 2021 at 7.00PM
Where: Sadler’s Wells Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, London, EC1R
Tickets: from £40 available for booking online.

Putrov Productions and I-Do Lab present Ukrainian Ballet Gala, a unique celebration of the tradition and innovation of Ukrainian culture.

The gala celebrates the 30th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence and its nation’s rich cultural heritage. It’s also will mark the debut of the Ukrainian National Ballet on a British theatre stage. Some of the best Ukrainian and British dancers will come together for a celebration of Ukrainian and British ballet traditions.

Programme

  • System A/I (World premiere) Choreography: Ludovic Ondiviela
  • Grand pas classique Choreography: Victor Gsovsky
  • Suite en Blanc Choreography: Serge Lifar (Original)
  • Le Corsaire (excerpt) Choreography: Marius Petipa (original)
  • Lisova Pisnya (The Forest Song) (Adagio)
  • The Dying Swan Choreography: Mikhail Fokine (Original)
  • La Bayadère (excerpt) Choreography: Marius Petipa
  • Five Tangos Choreography: Hans van Manen (Original)
  • Diana and Actaeon (excerpt) Choreography: Agrippina Vaganova
  • Don Quixote (suite) Choreography: Marius Petipa

Performers

  • Ivan Putrov
  • Matthew Ball
  • Mayara Magri
  • Denys Cherevychko
  • Natalia de Froberville
  • Olesia Shaytanova
  • Christine Shevchenko
  • Isaac Hernández
  • Cesar Corrales
  • Leo Dixon
  • Yuliia Moskalenko
  • Volodymyr Kutuzov
  • Daniil Silkin
  • Anna Muromtseva
  • Fernando Montaño

The evening will be accompanied by a live orchestra conducted by Yevhenii Dehtiarov. Running time: 2 hr 20 mins (including one 20 min interval)

Ukraine‘s long history of producing great dancers is alive and flourishing. I am thrilled to be able to introduce them to British audiences alongside some of our finest London-based dancers in this tremendously exciting gala celebrating the tradition and innovation of Ukrainian culture.

Ivan Putrov, Former Royal Ballet Principal