Also occurring at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre this month, October 23 and 24, is a production by The Imperial Russian Ballet Company of Swan Lake.
The Imperial Russian Ballet Company was formed in 1994 and comprises 40 dancers, led by the Bolshoi Theatre soloist Gediminas Taranda.
The dances unite from an array of major ballet schools in Russia.
The masterpiece ballet is presented in two acts and follows the original storyline of Swan Lake, despite it's Despite its initial failure, originally a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1875-76, it is now one of the most popular.
Subtle revisions and variations have been introduced by Gediminas Taranda, Artistic Director of the Imperial Russian Ballet Company.
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Swan Lake crosses the world of magic and mystical creatures with that of the real world. It is a story where the virtues of love and forgiveness, in the end, conquering evil and betrayal.
The Imperial Russian Ballet Company was formed in 1994, headed by the Bolshoi Theatre soloist Gediminas Taranda.
The Imperial Russian Ballet Company comprises 35 elite dancers from major ballet studios in Russia.
'In a night that overflows with all things ballet, you can't help be swept up by the sheer panache of the Imperial Russian Ballet Company dancers.' - The West Australian said of the show.