Ballet The Karlín Music Theatre
Romeo and Juliet
5. 12. 2017
The Nutcracker by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is one of the most popular titles of the classical ballet repertoire. His world premiere took place in 1892 at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. This year's The Nutcracker by choreographer Youri Vamos choreographer brings you a christmas mood again. Don´t forget to buy to your children the program, which we have prepared for you. Magical illustrations were created by Renáta Fučíková.
1. 11. 2017
The National Theatre has annually joined the European Theatre Night project. We cordially invite you to the residence of the Czech National Ballet, the place where all the dance performances are prepared and created. You will have the opportunity to enter the ballet studio and see our leading soloists in action.
We will familiarise you with the history of the building, invite you to share a glass of mulled wine with us. You can look forward to a very pleasant evening indeed.
Date and time: 18 November 2017, from 5 to 8 pm (the final excursion will start at 7 pm) / The programmes will begin every half an hour.
Venue: Czech National Ballet, Anenské nám. 2, Prague 1
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27. 10. 2017
The timeless love story about Romeo and Juliet, which we play at the Karlín Music Theater, will be enriched by Giovanni Rotolo, first soloist of The Czech National Ballet. You have an opportunity to see him on November 6 and 7. Also, he will be introduced to the audience in the ballet Valmont in leading role with Alina Nana like Marchioness de Merteuil. Alina Nanu and Giovanni Rotolo will dance on November 20 and 21.
20. 10. 2017
The first new production to be presented by the Czech National Ballet in the current season is the mixed bill Timeless, scheduled to receive its premiere on 20 October 2017. It is made up of three choreographies. The first of them, George Balanchine’s Serenade, and the final one, Glen Tetley’s Le sacre du printemps, rank among the most celebrated ballet works. The second, Separate Knots, is a piece directly created for the Czech National Ballet by the Israeli choreographer Emanuel Gat to Fryderyk Chopin’s music.
The Sacre du printemps, photo: Pavel Hejný