Ballet

Swan Lake – Moscow City Ballet
Pallas Theatre |

“Swan Lake”, first presented at the Bolshoi Theatre on March 1877, is Tchaikovsky’s first composition for ballet. Although it was at first treated with skepticism, “Swan Lake” turned to be one of the world’s most famous ballets.

The story unfolds the love adventures of a young prince and a beautiful princess turned into a white swan after the spell of a malicious wizard. Only love can break the spell and love comes in the face of the handsome prince Siegfried who takes the oath to save the princess. The wizard attempts to deceive the Prince and get him married to his daughter Odile, the black swan which bears an astonishing resemblance to Odette.

Today “Swan Lake” is considered one of the best ballets of the last decades, as the audience experiences a wide range of human emotions; from despair to hope, from affection to terror, from melancholy to thrill.

Moscow’s City Ballet, with great tradition to dance, world famous soloists and performances in the biggest theatres of the world, are arguably considered as experts in classical ballet, especially in ballets like “Swan Lake”.

12 & 13/10/12

Performances:
17:00 & 21:00
Ticket prices:

Α zone: 60€
Β zone: 50€
C zone: 40€
D zone: 30€
Ε zone: 20€

Reservations:

Pallas’ Box Office (at CityLink), Voukourestiou st. 5, Athens. Phone +30210 32 13 100

Credit Card: +302108108181
Online Booking: www.ellthea.gr and www.tickethour.com

Online Booking

Access

By Bus/Trolleybus
The Pallas Theater is situated close to Kriezotou station on Panepistimiou street and to Acadimia station on Academias street, where a lot of bus and trolleybus lines also pass.

By Metro
The Pallas Theatre is also very close to the Μetro stations Sintagma (Line 2) and Panepistimio (Line 1).

By Taxi
The neighbouring streets of Amerikis, Stadiou and Panepistimiou provide easy access to taxi services. There is also a Taxi-stand at Stintagma square.

 

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