Ballet pieces with Diana Vishneva, Ulyana Lopatkina, & Maya Plisetskaya

“Le Parc”- Diana Vishneva & Konstantin Zverev (Mariinsky Theatre, 2011)

Choreography by French-born Angelin Preljocaj
Mozart – Piano Concerto No.23 In A Major, K 488 – Adagio 

Like no other language, ballet can show how the forces of One desperately trying to connect and how Split separates them.

Roberto Bolle and Diana Vishneva ~ Sleeping Beauty Act 111 Pas de Deux

Teatro alla Scala production.
Music – Tchaikovsky
Choreography – Rudolf Nureyev

“Carmen Suite” – Introduction scene – Diana Vishneva (2013)

Diana performs at the Opening Gala for the new Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg

“Dying Swan” – Ulyana Lopatkina (c. 2011)

Gala at Mariinsky Theatre

“The Sick Rose” / “La Rose Malade” (aka “Death of the Rose”) – Ulyana Lopatkina & Ivan Kozlov

from a poem by William Blake (c. 2015)
Choreography by Roland Petit
Music: “Adagietto” from Symphony No. 5. by Austrian composer, Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)

“Trois Gnossiennes” excerpt – Uliana Lopatkina and Ivan Kozlov  (2007)

Choreography by Hans van Manen
Music by Erik Satie

“Boléro” – Diana Vishneva

Bolshoi Theatre
Gala in Honor of 90th Anniversary of Maya Plisetskaya (Nov. 2015)


“The Dying Swan” – historical footage – the great Anna Pavlova (c. 1905)
Famous short ballet choreographed by Mikhail Fokine for Pavlova
Also known as “The Swan”, or “Le Cygne” in French, this music is part of musical suite: The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint-Saëns

“Carmen Suite” – historical footage – Maya Plisetskaya (1960’s)
Choreography by Cuban-born Alberto Alonso
Music by Maya Plisetskaya’s husband, Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin