It's in the Kennedy Center's Millenium Stage series, and that is the only place it's been listed on their web site as far as I know (but what do I know? - read on, it doesn't take long to tell), so that it will run from 6:00 to 7:00 PM on Friday 23rd February at the Kennedy Center, but not on the Millenium Stage, but rather in the 513-seat Terrace Theatre, on the Roof Terrace level. (I've never been in either venue, but the virtual tour of the Terrace Theatre looks to confirm what I've been told, that the seats there are nicely raked up for good sight lines.)
Anyway, those attending will have time to get downstairs to the Bolshoi performance at 7:30, if they want.
And, as Millenium Stage events always are, it's FREE.
What's the repertory? Concierto di Mozart, Clarinade (in its four-movement entirety? don't know, sorry), "additional divertimenti" from Don Quixote, Variations for Orchestra, and "Divertimento Brilliante", the fourth movement pas de deux conclusion to Glinkiana, of which all we've seen for a long time is the second movement, Valse Fantaisie.
I'll post more here if, as, and when I find it out.
Oh, I'm told Farrell's dancers are also participating in a Shakespeare in Washington event in the Shakespeare Theatre at 7:30 PM on Monday, the 26th. They will share the program with the Washington National Opera and the Washington Ballet, concentrating on Romeo and Juliet; I expect a performance of the Bejart ballet, to the "Love Scene" from the Berlioz music. This has been sold out for some time, I'm told, but Washingtonians may know this game better.
Adding a link to some previous discussion here:
Edited by Jack Reed, 21 February 2007 - 03:44 PM.