The Bolshoi's 2013/14 cinema season has been announced. There will be four live cinemacasts instead of five, and the McGregor/Ek bill has not been rescheduled at this point. (This as the Royal Ballet is increasing its live broadcasts from three to five.) With the broadcast of La Bayadère the Bolshoi has run out of its existing 19th-century repertoire, so I suppose the appearance of more Grigorovich ballets was inevitable, though I am
disappointedsurprised to see two of his ballets in one season. I'm more surprised by the absence of Lacotte's Marco Spada, which the Bolshoi is supposed to acquire next fall, and Cranko's Onegin, premiering this July, but getting any sort of Cranko on video seems to be nearly impossible.
October 20 - Spartacus
November 17 - Le Corsaire (repeat)
December 22 - The Sleeping Beauty (repeat)
January 19 - Jewels
February 2 - Lost Illusions
March 30 - The Golden Age
October 16 - Don Quixote
December 12 - The Nutcracker
January 27 - Giselle
March 19 - The Sleeping Beauty
April 28 - The Winter's Tale
As vocanohunter has listed, and also according to PathéLive, Bolshoi is going to live broadcast The Golden Age on March 30, but now the performance schedule of Bolshoi on this day shows Marco Spada...Is there any chance...?