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Svetlana Zakharova performs at the Russian Seasons

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Svetlana Zakharova performs at the Russian Seasons


Japanese audience have received the chance to see again famous ballerina Svetlana Zakharova, TASS reports. She had been on tours in Japan numerously. She has brought the new solo program Amore to Japan for the first time.

According to Zakharova, the new program is quite a challenge for her. Her art admirers got used to the classical image of the dancer, however the Amore performance includes contemporary choreography representing absolutely alternative type of movements.

As we reported earlier, she will be dancing three one-act ballets: Francesca da Rimini on P. Tchaikovsky's music (choreographed by Yuri Posokhov), Rain Before It Falls with music by: J.S. Bach, O. Respighi, Carlos Pino-Quintana (choreographed by Patrick de Bana), and Strokes Through the Tail with music by W.A. Mozart (choreographed by Marguerite Donlon). Colleagues Mikhail Lobukhin and Denis Rodkin will be on stage with Svetlana.

Collaborative performance Pas de Deux for Toes and Fingers will involve Svetlana Zakharova and her husband, famous violinist Vadim Repin. Pas de Deux was premiered one year ago, and now it will be shown in revised version.

Svetlana has reminded journalists, that the star couple was present at the Russian Season festival opening, where Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was also present.

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