News archive: 2018

17 Nov

This year, along with the theatre ‘St. Petersburg Opera’ the nominees for the award were: The Kolobov Novaya Opera Theatre of Moscow, Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, and Komi Opera Ballet Theatre. The winner of the National Opera Award ‘Onegin’ in the nomination ‘Cast’ was the performance-reflection of Yuri Alexandrov ‘October .. 17’.

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30 Oct

On 12th and 13th of November, the troupe of the 'St. Petersburg Opera' under the direction of Yuri Alexandrov will perform in Tallinn on the stage of the Estonian National Opera.

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21 Oct

The international tour of the theatre under the direction of Yuri Alexandrov which has began on the French Riviera in Nice, continues with performances on the stage of one of Finland’s oldest theatres - the Alexander Theatre.

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30 Sep

'The St. Petersburg Chamber Opera' under the direction of People's Artist of Russia Yuri Alexandrov will be on tour in Nice (France) from October 8th until 10th.

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26 Sep

The Third Festival of Russian Musical Theatres "See Music" has opened in Moscow. Theatre 'St. Petersburg Opera' will show two performances at the festival: ‘Les Cloches de Corneville' and 'Faust'.

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25 Sep

On the 30th of September theatre 'The St. Petersburg Opera' under the direction of Yuri Alexandrov will perform in Petrozavodsk, on the stage of the Musical theatre of the Republic of Karelia.

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10 Sep

Theatre ‘Saint Petersburg Chamber Opera’ has opened a new season.

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31 Aug

The VII St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum will take place on November 15–17, 2018.

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26 Aug

On September 7, the State Chamber Music Theatre «St. Petersburg Opera» opens the 32nd season. By tradition, the first performance of the new season will be the opera "Eugene Onegin" by Piotr Tchaikovsky.

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21 Aug

From October 3 to October 17, 2018 The State Chamber Musical Theatre “St. Petersburg Chamber Opera” present the III International Chamber Opera Festival.

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23 Jul

The St Petersburg Chamber Opera Company will open its new 32nd season on the 7th of September.

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22 Jul

On July 22, the 31st season was concluded with the performance "Eugene Onegin" by Piotr Tchaikovsky. This season for the Chamber Music Theatre «St. Petersburg Opera» was full of events, premieres and tour performances.

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17 Jul

After the tour to Riga where the premiere productions of recent years were represented, the "St. Petersburg Opera" went to Karelian town Kostomuksha with the play "Die Fledermaus".

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27 Jun

From 12 to 14 July prior to celebration of the centennial of Latvia, Chamber Music Theatre "St. Petersburg Opera" visited Riga with a three-day tour.

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26 Jun

Theater "St. Petersburg Opera" at the end of the season presented the premiere of the production of Mozart's opera «Die Entführung aus dem Serail». The Director of the play is the artistic director of the theater People's Artist of the Russian Federation Yury Alexandrov.

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21 May

The theatre St. Petersburg Chamber Opera is preparing a new season premiere. It will be a little-known to a wide audience opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ‘Die Entführung aus dem Serail.’ The People's Artist of Russia and artistic director of the theatre Yuri Alexandrov stages the production.

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20 Apr

On April 20th, the premiere of the Mozart’s opera ‘Die Entführung aus dem Serail’ will be presented on the stage of the Warsaw Chamber Opera. The piece is staged by the People’s Artist of Russia Yuri Alexandrov. The premiere of the opera in St. Petersburg is scheduled for May 30th.

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19 Apr

Our city hosted the 27th festival ‘Theatres of St. Petersburg – for kids’. This year, the prestigious Diploma has been given to the St. Petersburg Chamber Opera for making a new musical tale ‘The Booted Cat’ by Cesar Qui.

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09 Apr

On April 27th, within the framework of the festival ‘Volga Theatre Seasons’, the St. Petersburg Chamber Opera’ will present in Samara its latest premiere, Charles Gounod’s opera piece ‘Faust’, the original director’s concept of which aroused a wide resonance among music critics and a huge interest of the St. Petersburg theatre publics.

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