Igor Moiseyev Ballet
World Choreographic Voyage
Dance
12-13 Mar 2020 
Igor Moiseyev Ballet
World Choreographic Voyage
Dance
12-13 Mar 2020 
Photo by Evgeny Masalkov and Vladimir Vyatkin
Photo by Evgeny Masalkov
Igor Moiseyev Ballet
World Choreographic Voyage
Dance
12-13 Mar 2020 

Igor Moiseyev Ballet
World Choreographic Voyage

Following its rapturous reception at the 2014 HKAF, the Igor Moiseyev Ballet makes a triumphant return with two exciting programmes of inspired dance that will culminate in what promises to be an unforgettable festival experience – World Choreographic Voyage on 12 and 13 March and Legend of the Century on 14 and 15 March as the Festival Finale.

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Following its rapturous reception at the 2014 HKAF, the Igor Moiseyev Ballet makes a triumphant return with two exciting programmes of inspired dance that will culminate in what promises to be an unforgettable festival experience – World Choreographic Voyage on 12 and 13 March and Legend of the Century on 14 and 15 March as the Festival Finale.
A triumphant return to the HKAF with two kaleidoscopes of Russian and world dance
One of Russia’s greatest dance companies presents its unique world view

“A new historical community of world culture…divided by no barriers and subordinated to the sublime rules of true art.” Sergei Korobkov, PhD (Russian dance critic)

Following its rapturous reception at the 2014 HKAF, the Igor Moiseyev Ballet makes a triumphant return with two exciting programmes of inspired dance that will culminate in what promises to be an unforgettable festival experience. Igor Moiseyev, a former Bolshoi Ballet principal dancer who went on to be recognized as one of the 20th century’s great choreographers, pioneered the integration of world and classical dance into a unique style–a style of which his company, founded in 1937, is universally acknowledged to be the greatest exponent. Resident since 1940 at Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Moiseyev ensemble tirelessly tours Moiseyev’s nearly 300 works to the world’s grand theatres and opera houses to both critical and popular acclaim. The 48th HKAF presents an unparalleled opportunity to see the enduring legacy of Igor Moiseyev–recipient of the UNESCO Mozart Medal for “outstanding contribution to world music culture” and the Government of Moscow Award for “Legend of the Century”.
World Choreographic Voyage
(12 and 13 March)

Summer, Russian dance
Polka Through the Leg, Estonian dance
Sirtaki, suite of Greek dances
Tango del Plata, choreographic picture
Yablochko, Russian naval suite
Tlyapatet, Adyghe dance
Aragonskaya Hota, Aragonese dance
Gaucho, Argentinean cowboys’ dance
Family Joys, Jewish suite
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A triumphant return to the HKAF with two kaleidoscopes of Russian and world dance
One of Russia’s greatest dance companies presents its unique world view

“A new historical community of world culture…divided by no barriers and subordinated to the sublime rules of true art.” Sergei Korobkov, PhD (Russian dance critic)

Following its rapturous reception at the 2014 HKAF, the Igor Moiseyev Ballet makes a triumphant return with two exciting programmes of inspired dance that will culminate in what promises to be an unforgettable festival experience. Igor Moiseyev, a former Bolshoi Ballet principal dancer who went on to be recognized as one of the 20th century’s great choreographers, pioneered the integration of world and classical dance into a unique style–a style of which his company, founded in 1937, is universally acknowledged to be the greatest exponent. Resident since 1940 at Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Moiseyev ensemble tirelessly tours Moiseyev’s nearly 300 works to the world’s grand theatres and opera houses to both critical and popular acclaim. The 48th HKAF presents an unparalleled opportunity to see the enduring legacy of Igor Moiseyev–recipient of the UNESCO Mozart Medal for “outstanding contribution to world music culture” and the Government of Moscow Award for “Legend of the Century”.
Programmes
World Choreographic Voyage
(12 and 13 March)

Summer, Russian dance
Polka Through the Leg, Estonian dance
Sirtaki, suite of Greek dances
Tango del Plata, choreographic picture
Yablochko, Russian naval suite
Tlyapatet, Adyghe dance
Aragonskaya Hota, Aragonese dance
Gaucho, Argentinean cowboys’ dance
Family Joys, Jewish suite