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Ballet from Estonian National Opera


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#1 Vladimir

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Posted 20 October 2002 - 09:21 AM

What can You say?

Interesting, who knows about it?

#2 Mel Johnson

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Posted 20 October 2002 - 11:52 AM

We can say "Welcome, Vladimir!!!":D

#3 Vladimir

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Posted 20 October 2002 - 12:46 PM

Thanks!!! Very nice!!!

#4 Vladimir

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 10:58 AM

Posted Image photp Harri Rospu
http://my.tele2.ee/estballet/

#5 Vladimir

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Posted 21 October 2002 - 12:15 PM

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#6 Vladimir

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Posted 22 October 2002 - 08:57 AM

Who is interested in the Estonian ballet, can receive here the necessary information.Estonian Ballet

#7 Vladimir

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Posted 26 October 2002 - 06:26 AM

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Posted 22 November 2002 - 10:57 AM

28 November
Will be premiere!
The "Swan Lake" production by Tiit Härm,

Choreographer and Stage Director TIIT HÄRM
Music Director and Conductor ARVO VOLMER
Conductor AIVO VÄLJA
Designer ELDOR RENTER
Lighting Designer AIRI ERAS
Repetiteurs ELITA ERKINA, TATJANA LAID, IRINA HÄRM, JURI JEKIMOV, VIKTOR FEDORTCHENKO
Assistant Producer IRINA HÄRM
Stage Managers JURI KRUUS, PEETER KARELL

Estonian Ballet (private site)

#9 Vladimir

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Posted 03 December 2002 - 11:13 AM

11 - 15 December
Estonian Ballet have a tour to Malmö, Sweden where will present "The Nutcracker" by Mai Murdmaa
Cast: Marina Chirkova & Vladimir Arhangelski, Eve Andre & Sergei Upkin

#10 Alexandra

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Posted 03 December 2002 - 11:15 AM

Thank you for all this information, Vladimir. From the photos, many of the dancers are gorgeous -- both beautiful people and good dancers :) And this is a company we don't hear much about in the U.S., so we're very grateful to know what you're doing.

#11 Marianna

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Posted 11 December 2002 - 04:06 AM

Hello VLADIMIR! Hello Everyone!! :)
My name is Marianna, I live in Almaty (former Alma-Ata), Republic of Kazakhstan (Central Asian republic of the former Soviet Union).

I am a very new member of this MOST DELIGHTFUL SITE. Just wanted to express my admiration about the site of the Estonian National Opera. FANTASTIC JOB HAS BEEN DONE!!

I myself have been a ballet admirer since 1999 - when I first time saw the Nutcracker performed by the Almaty State Ballet. Since then I got bold enough to introduce myself to one of the soloist-ballerinas of our ballet and ask to take private dance lessons from her - at the age of 27, no previous experience of ballet lessons :))

Later I had an honor to meet through my new friend more ballerinas and dancers of the Almaty Ballet - the most interesting, bright and delightful people I've ever met! Their beuatiful inner qualities are finely matched with their grace and elegance. I can't stop being amazed and delighted with those people who "don't belong to this Earth".

For those, who might be intrested in a bit more about ballet of Almaty. Some of the prima ballerinas and premier dancers were trained in Moscow and St.Petersburg (back in Soviet times) - the "Old Guardia". My dance teacher for example, shared a room with the famous Janna Ayupova, prima ballerina of Mariinsky Theater - when they both were students of Vaganova's Dance Academy. Their friendship is still strong, and when Almaty Ballet went on tour to St.Petersburg, two girl-friends re-united in the summer of 2002 :)

Unfortunately, the problem of losing many of our young talented dancers to bigger ballet companies in Russia, Europe and United States is a very big thing - and big heartache for me - as a fan and admirer of our Ballet, which is losing some of it's core with each talented young dancer leaving us for "better life there".

If someone could tell me how I could attach photos of the ballerinas, that I would love to attach to the message ("copy" and "paste" didn't work), I would be happy.

Cheers to all, and I'll be happy to hear from anyone who would like to write me.

#12 Ari

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Posted 11 December 2002 - 07:12 AM

Hi Marianna, and welcome! We're all looking forward to your reports on the Almaty State Ballet and the rest of the ballet scene in Kazakhstan. By the way, you didn't mention Almaty's greatest gift to the ballet world — Altinayi Assylmuratova, former ballerina of the Kirov, now the head of the Vaganova Academy.

About attaching pictures: when you are in the "Post Reply" window, you will see a box that says "Attach file." Use the Browse button to find the photo on your hard drive, and select it. When you post, the photo will be attached.


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