Театр Санкт-Петербург Опера
The St. Petersburg Chamber Opera
The State chamber music theatre
St. Petersburg Opera Presents Operas L’elisir d’amore and Elektra in Moscow

The opera company from St. Petersburg will show two productions on the stage of the Helikon-Opera: the opera L’elisir d’amore by Gaetano Donizetti (November 6th) and the opera Elektra by Richard Strauss (November 7th).

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Cherevichki

The St. Petersburg Opera will show the premiere of the opera by the great Russian composer P. Tchaikovsky "Cherevichki" on December 24, 25 and 26, 2021.

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Rules for Visiting the Theatre

Dear visitors,
We kindly appeal to you to get acknowledged with the Rules for Visiting the Theatre set in accordance with the "Standard for Safe Operations, including Sanitary and Hygienic Safety in order to Prevent the Spread of a New Coronavirus Infection (COVID-19) in Saint Petersburg" approved by the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing. 

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Norma

The St. Petersburg Opera theatre will present the premiere of Vincenzo Bellini's opera “Norma” directed by People’s Artist of Russia Yuri Alexandrov on October 21 and November, 2021.

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DON GIOVANNI AND OTHER PERFORMANCES IN OCTOBER FOR HOLDERS OF PUSHKINSKAYA KARTA (PUSHKIN CARD)

On the initiative of the President, on September 1, a new cultural program “Pushkinskaya Karta” (Pushkin Card) was launched in Russia. With its help, young people aged 14 to 22 are able to purchase tickets to theatres, museums and concert halls at state expense. The value of the card in 2021 is 3,000 rubles.

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Elektra

27 Oct

Premiere!
Elektra

Musical drama with no intermission The famous myth is based on the story of how the daughter took revenge on her mother - the murderer. However, if Sophocles is dominated by the sublime pathos characteristic of ancient tragedy, then Strauss and von Hofmannsthal, representatives of the twentieth century entering into their own rights, became interested in another - the depiction of the dark sides of the human mentality.

Start at 19.00

GUIDED TOURS

27 Oct

 
GUIDED TOURS

The St. Petersburg Chamber Opera invites you to the tour Palaces and social life of von Derviz family. You will learn more about the history and modern life of one of the most luxurious St. Petersburg mansions where the theatre is located.

Start at 16.30

Don Giovanni

29 Oct

 
Don Giovanni

Tragicomedy in two acts “Don Giovanni” in the St. Petersburg Chamber Opera is the director's original interpretation of Mozart's genius piece. The stage version by Yuri Alexandrov is full of unpredictable twists to the canonical plot. The familiar situations are displayed from an unexpected viewpoint.

Start at 19.00

GUIDED TOURS

29 Oct

 
GUIDED TOURS

The St. Petersburg Chamber Opera invites you to the tour Palaces and social life of von Derviz family. You will learn more about the history and modern life of one of the most luxurious St. Petersburg mansions where the theatre is located.

Start at 16.30

"Die Fledermaus"
"Cavalleria rusticana "
"Les cloches de Corneville"
"Les pêcheurs de perles"
Yuri Alexandrov

Yuri Alexandrov

People's Artist of Russia
Winner of The Golden Mask, Russian National Theatre Award
Winner of The Golden Spotlights, the highest theatre award of St. Petersburg.
Artistic director of The St. Petersburg Chamber Opera

Yuri Alexandrov is one of the few directors sought-after both in Russia and abroad. His productions have been appreciated by the audiences in the United States, Italy, Turkey, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. He might be the only Russian opera director whose performances have been staged in the most prestigious venues in the world including Arena di Verona, Metropolitan Opera, and La Scala. Overall, he has created over 250 performances in Russian and foreign opera houses. In 1987, Yuri Alexandrov founded the Chamber Music Theatre. What was originally intended to be an art laboratory later grew into a professional state company, the St. Petersburg Chamber Opera that is well-known both at home and abroad.

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