234th Season

Mariinsky II (New Theatre)

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The Young Lady and the Hooligan

Music by Dmitry Shostakovich
Choreography by Konstantin Boyarsky (1962)
Libretto by Alexander Belinsky based on the play of Vladimir Mayakovsky
Set design by Vyacheslav Okunev after Valery Dorrer
Costume design by Tatiana Noginova
Lighting design by Vladimir Lukasevich
Lighting Adaptation for the Mariinsky II by Andrei Ponizovsky and Yegor Kartashov

SYNOPSIS

 

Episode 1. A workers’ district. The street is ruled by the young Hooligan.
The Young Lady makes a tremendous impression on him.

Episode 2. At school. The Hooligan recognises the new pupil as the Young Lady.
She stops the «unbridled» Hooligan.

Episode 3. A park. The Hooligan wishes to tell the Young Lady of his love.
She runs away.

Episode 4. The Hooligan is in a restaurant. 
The Young Lady appears to him as a vision. He runs to her. 
The Leader tries to restrain him.

Episode 5. The Hooligan at the Young Lady’s house.

Episode 6. A park. Drunken youths are scaring the people walking there. 
The Hooligan defends the Young Lady and her friends.
The Hooligan’s former friends take their revenge. 
Fatally wounded, he heads for the Young Lady’s house.

Episode 7. The street. The Hooligan dies in the Young Lady’s arms.

 Ballet No 2

 

Music by Alexander Tsfasman 
Choreography by Maxim Petrov 
Set Designer: Sergei Grachev 
Costume Designer: Tatiana Noginova 
Lighting Designer: Igor Vints

Premiere: 21 March 2015, Mariinsky Theatre 
(as a part of the project A Creative Workshop of Young Choreographers)

Concerto DSCH 

Music by Dmitry Shostakovich 
Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Assistant Choreographer: Tatiana Ratmanskaya 
Lighting Designer: Mark Stanley 
Costume Designer: Holly Hynes


Concerto DSCH is a ballet by Alexei Ratmansky choreographed for the New York City Ballet to the music of Dmitri Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Major, Op. 102 (1957). The premiere took place on Thursday, May 29th, 2008 at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center. The ballet's title derives from the composer's use of DSCH as a motif in allusion to his own name.


Mariinsky Theatre:
1 Theatre Square
St. Petersburg
Mariinsky-2 (New Theatre):
34 Dekabristov Street
St. Petersburg
Mariinsky Concert Hall:
20 Pisareva street
St. Petersburg
 
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