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Operas and Ballets in Moscow in December

01.12.2012 – 31.12.2012
Russian opera and ballet may appear a real highlight of your Moscow tour. Where are the best places to see the performance?

 Perhaps the most famous theatre in Moscow is the Bolshoi. This is one of the world's oldest and most prestigious ballet and opera companies. The historic building of theatre will impress you with great acoustics and opulent interiors. You can have a look at the theatre schedule of performances online. But unfortunately purchasing a ticket these days has become a real challenge. Most tickets are sold out long time in advance and black market prices might appear 600 per cent higher than the original price

If you didn't manage to go to the Bolshoi there're some other very good options in Moscow. The Stanislavsky music theatre offers high-quality productions at more moderate  prices. The program traditionally includes opera and ballet by Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Prokofiev, Puccini,  and other classical composers. Another renowned Moscow theatre is Novaya opera. The theatre was founded in1991 but it already gained reputation on the international scene. The operas  are almost entirely classical, but the performances look original and modern.

Ballet in Moscow in December

When? What? Where?
December 1, 7 pm Cinderella (Prokofiev) Stanislavsky theatre
December 3, 7 pm Swan Lake (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 10, 7 pm The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) The youth theatre (RAMT)
December 14, 7 pm Don Quixote ( Minkus) Stanislavsky theatre
December 17, 7 pm La Sylphide (Schneitzhoeffer) Stanislavsky theatre
December 24, 7 pm The Snow Maiden (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 28, 7 pm The Snow Maiden (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 30, 12 pm The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 30, 7 pm The Nutcracker ( Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 30, 7 pm The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Novaya opera theatre
December 31, 12 pm The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 31, 6 pm The Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre

Russian opera in December

When? What? Where?
December 2, 7 pm Iolanta (Tchaikovsky) Novaya opera theatre
December 6, 7 pm The Queen of Spades (Tchaikovsky) Stanislavsky theatre
December 15, 2 pm Peter and Wolf. The Carnival of the Animals (Prokofiev, Saint-Saens) Stanislavsky theatre
December 16, 2 pm Peter and Wolf. The Carnival of the Animals (Prokofiev, Saint-Saens) Stanislavsky theatre
December 20, 7 pm Prince Igor (Borodin) Novaya opera theatre

Your Moscow tour guide will be happy to assist to you in the tickets reservation

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