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Students of Russian Classical Ballet School Presented an Impressive Show at Kamani

Monday, 30 April 2012 17:27

The Students of the School of Russian Classical Ballet attached to the Russian Centre of Science and Culture presented an impressive performance of a Ballet Show “The Stone Flower” at the Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi on April 29, 2012. 

About 150 students of the School from India, Russia, U.S.A., Israel, Australia and other countries, attired in their colourful customs, performed a superb and spectacular show with which the audience was overwhelmed.

The function was attended by Mr. Fyodor A. Rozovskiy, Director, Russian Centre of Science and Culture.

The hall at the Kamani Auditorium was packed to its capacity, occupied by a large gathering representing a cross-section of the Capital, mostly parents of the students who took part in the annual ceremony of the Russian School of Classical Ballet.

The audience was overwhelmed by the superb show performed by the young children, both Indian and Russian budding artists, attired in their colourful costumes.

The show, The Stone Flower, was conceived by the well-known Russian composer S. Prokofiev, based on the Russian Ural folk tale by P. Bazhov. The students had their year-long training under the distinguished guidance of the Russian teacher and choreographer Ms. Galina Lyakhova.

The entire group of young performers were given a standing ovation at the conclusion of the show. The best performers as well as the teacher were felicitated by Mrs. Natalya Rozovskaya.

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