Swan Lake/ White act

P. Tchaikovsky
Swan Lake/ White act
60 Minutes.

“Swan Lake” is one of the most fantastic, unsurpassed and famous ballets. For a long time its choreography is generally accepted pearl of the world ballet art. 

“Swan Lake” is an ancient German legend which has it that enchanted swan princess Odette falls in love with young prince Siegfried. His sincere love and devotion helps her to break the curse of Baron von Rothbart and stay the human forever.

2 acts of the ballet “Swan Lake”. Сhoreography by Lev Ivanov

Sound recordings are used


Ruslan Dorozhivsky Honored Art Worker of Ukraine


Yurii Bervetskyi Honored artist of Ukraine

Myron Yusypovyсh People’s Artist of Ukraine


Petros Malkhasyants Honored artist of Ukraine


Yevhen Lysyk People's Artist of Ukraine, Laureate of the Shevchenko National Prize

Художник костюмів

Oksana Zinchenko Honored Artist of Ukraine


Siegfried finds himself on the banks of a mysterious lake. In the shimmering patches of moonlight on the water, visions of bewitched swan maidens rise up before him. Siegfried catches sight of Odette, the most beautiful of the maidens. At last, he has found his romantic ideal of love. He swears to Odette that he will love her forever and be faithful to her. She admits that she and her companions are victims of a terrible spell cast by the evil sorcerer Rothbart. By day they are turned into swans and only at night they return to human form. The spell can only be broken if one who has never loved before swears to love Odette forever.

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Leb ozero 254
Upcoming events

Jaryna Kotys diploma of the international competition

Prince Siegfried

Oleksandr Omelchenko International ballet competitions prizewinner

Rotbart, the Evil Genius

Dmytro Kolomiets

Big swans

Yuliya Yermolenko

Daryna Kirik

Yuliya Mykhalikha-Roma

Little swans

Ulyana Barna

Anastasia Bondar

Anastasia Gnatyshyn

Ilona Kravchenko

print*The theater reserves the right to replace performers
11 September 2017
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