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Since 1996 Russian Bazaar has been the leading Russian newspaper for Russian-American residents living in New York (Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, Bronks), New Jersey and 22 other states.

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                                         Residency - The Mariinsky at BAM
                                                Feb 24—Feb 28, 2016

The renowned Mariinsky Theatre—the jewel of St. Petersburg and a standard-setting titan on the world stage—returns for year two of its BAM residency, celebrating a pair of 20th-century icons with help from Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra. A selection of renowned soloists perform all five fiery piano concertos by Sergei Prokofiev. Then, dancers Diana Vishneva and Uliana Lopatkina honor legendary ballerina Maya Plisetskaya in a multi-evening tribute filled with doting footwork, archival video, and more.

Wed, Feb 24, 2016      7:30PM  
LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building   BAM Howard Gilman Opera House RUN TIME: 2hrs 45min (with two intermissions) FULL PRICE TICKETS START AT  $35 Buy four or more events and save 15—30%

BAM and the Mariinsky present

Folk, Form, and Fire: The Prokofiev Piano Concertos
Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
Conducted by Valery Gergiev
Conductor Valery Gergiev, the Mariinsky Orchestra, and five renowned soloists perform Sergei Prokofiev's piano concertos in this marriage of virtuosic repertoire and pianistic might—part of year two of the Mariinsky’s residency at BAM.
Written between 1912 and 1932, Prokofiev’s concertos are seismographs of the volatile 20th century: the folk melodies of No.1 and No.2; the warhorse effervescence of No.3; the rarely performed concerto for the left hand, written for World War I veteran Paul Wittgenstein; and the elusive No.5, composed in the shadow of Stalin. Daniil Trifonov, George Li, Alexander Toradze, Sergei Redkin, and Sergei Babayan are the formidable soloists in this comprehensive showcase of composer and genre.
Piano Concerto No. 1: George Li
Piano Concerto No. 2: Alexander Toradze
Piano Concerto No. 3: Daniil Trifonov
Piano Concerto No. 4: Sergei Redkin
Piano Concerto No. 5: Sergei Babayan

Thu, Feb 25, 2016      7:30PM    
LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building   BAM Howard Gilman Opera House RUN TIME: 1hr 20min (with intermission) FULL PRICE TICKETS START AT  $35 Buy four or more events and save 15—30%

BAM and the Mariinsky present

A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya
Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
Musical direction by Valery Gergiev

Featuring Uliana Lopatkina, Diana Vishneva, and members of the Mariinsky Ballet
Conducted by Valery Gergiev

For decades, the legendary Maya Plisetskaya (1925–2015)—muse to choreographers Yuri Grigorovich, Alberto Alonso, and Maurice Béjart—was synonymous with Russian ballet. A star in the truest sense of the word, she is remembered for the ravenous intensity of her hyperphysical dancing and the spitfire personality that captivated audiences around the world, onstage and off. Following her passing in May 2015, the Mariinsky presents an extended tribute to this iconic performer, comprising four distinct mixed programs featuring the incomparable Diana Vishneva and longstanding principal Uliana Lopatkina, performing with live accompaniment by the Mariinsky Orchestra.

Program A opens with Vishneva and members of the Mariinsky Ballet performing Alberto Alonso’s Carmen Suite, a sensuous, electrifying work originally choreographed for Plisetskaya. Then, Lopatkina performs Fokine’s indelible short ballet The Dying Swan, beautifully capturing the ethereal swan’s final moments. The evening closes with a special video tribute: a film of Plisetskaya performing the ravishing choreography of Maurice Béjart with live accompaniment of Ravel’s Bolero by the Mariinsky Orchestra.

Fri, Feb 26, 2016      7:30PM    
LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building   BAM Howard Gilman Opera House FULL PRICE TICKETS START AT  $35 Buy four or more events and save 15—30%

BAM and the Mariinsky present

A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya
Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
Musical direction by Valery Gergiev

Featuring Uliana Lopatkina, Vladimir Shklyarov, Andrey Ermakov, and other soloists of the Mariinsky Ballet

For decades, the legendary Maya Plisetskaya (1925–2015)—muse to choreographers Yuri Grigorovich, Alberto Alonso, and Maurice Béjart—was synonymous with Russian ballet. A star in the truest sense of the word, she is remembered for the ravenous intensity of her hyperphysical dancing and the spitfire personality that captivated audiences around the world, onstage and off. Following her passing in May 2015, the Mariinsky presents an extended tribute to this iconic performer, comprising four distinct mixed programs featuring the incomparable Diana Vishneva and longstanding principal Uliana Lopatkina, performing with live accompaniment by the Mariinsky Orchestra.

In Program B, Lopatkina is joined by Vladimir Shklyarov, Andrey Ermakov, and other soloists of the Mariinsky Ballet to pay tribute to legends of Russian ballet Anna Pavlova (1881—1831) and Vaslav Nijinsky (1889—1950), who started the path to international acclaim for Plisetskaya.

Sat, Feb 27, 2016      7:30PM    
LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building   BAM Howard Gilman Opera House FULL PRICE TICKETS START AT  $35 Buy four or more events and save 15—30%

BAM and the Mariinsky present

A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya
Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
Musical direction by Valery Gergiev

Featuring Diana Vishneva and members of the Mariinsky Ballet

For decades, the legendary Maya Plisetskaya (1925–2015)—muse to choreographers Yuri Grigorovich, Alberto Alonso, and Maurice Béjart—was synonymous with Russian ballet. A star in the truest sense of the word, she is remembered for the ravenous intensity of her hyperphysical dancing and the spitfire personality that captivated audiences around the world, onstage and off. Following her passing in May 2015, the Mariinsky presents an extended tribute to this iconic performer, comprising four distinct mixed programs featuring the incomparable Diana Vishneva and longstanding principal Uliana Lopatkina, performing with live accompaniment by the Mariinsky Orchestra.

Program C opens with Vishneva and members of the Mariinsky Ballet in Alberto Alonso’s Carmen Suite, a sensuous, electrifying work originally choreographed for Plisetskaya. In the second half of the program, Vishneva dances Carolyn Carlson’s Woman in a Room, an intimate solo commissioned specifically for her and inspired by the films of Andrei Tarkovsky.

Sun, Feb 28, 2016      7PM    
LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building   BAM Howard Gilman Opera House FULL PRICE TICKETS START AT  $35 Buy four or more events
and save 15—30%

BAM and the Mariinsky present

A Tribute to Maya Plisetskaya
Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
Musical direction by Valery Gergiev

Featuring Uliana Lopatkina, Vladimir Shklyarov, Andrey Ermakov, and other soloists of Mariinsky Ballet

For decades, the legendary Maya Plisetskaya (1925–2015)—muse to choreographers Yuri Grigorovich, Alberto Alonso, and Maurice Béjart—was synonymous with Russian ballet. A star in the truest sense of the word, she is remembered for the ravenous intensity of her hyperphysical dancing and the spitfire personality that captivated audiences around the world, onstage and off. Following her passing in May 2015, the Mariinsky presents an extended tribute to this iconic performer, comprising four distinct mixed programs featuring the incomparable Diana Vishneva and longstanding principal Uliana Lopatkina, performing with live accompaniment by the Mariinsky Orchestra.

In Program D, Lopatkina is joined by Vladimir Shklyarov, Andrey Ermakov, and other soloists of the Mariinsky ballet to perform a suite of masterworks by Petipa, Fokine, Messerer, Petit, and others. The timeless solos and duets that comprise this century-spanning evening are true gems of the Russian repertoire—dedicated to Plisetskaya, Anna Pavlova (1881—1831), and Galina Ulanova (1910—1998), the venerable primas who defined the roles.

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