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01 April 2016, Friday, 19:00

Operetta in three acts by Imre Kalman

Russian text — Mikhail Mishin and Yan Frid
Lyrics — Vladimir Mikhaylov and Dmitriy Tolmachev
Director — Vyacheslav Tzupa
Musical leader and conductor — Fabio Mastrangelo (Italy)
Production designers — Irina Dolgova and Alla Kozhenkova
Costume designer — Irina Dolgova
Ballet master — Alexander Matzko
Chorus master — Alexey Nefedov
Conductor — Maksim Alekseev

Opening night of the performance took place on 10th of February 2007.

In the end of 1013 librettists Bela Jenbach and Leo Shtain proposed Imre Kalman the plot of the operetta named “Long live, love!” After it was renamed as “The Csárdás Princess” and the world premiere took place on the 17th of November 1915 in Viennese Johann Strauss theatre. First in Russia operetta was staged in 1917 in Saint-Petersburg in the theatre “Winter Buff” under the name “Silvia”. “Silvia” – was, is and will always be the operetta number one, its inspiring melodies tell about all-conquering power of love which is not freighted by any obstacles. This one of the best operettas by composer is amazingly loved by audience, it never disappeared for the long time from the repertoire of our theatre and was staged even in most terrible years of war. In “Silva” happens in a way friendly battle of comedy actors and lyric heroes. They properly love and being friends, properly fight for their happiness and have fun. In this battle for that and others helps deeply emotional music by Kalman with its momentary memorizing melodies.

Characters and Performers:

Tatyana Taranetz 

laureate of "Golden Sofit" award,

laureate of International competitions


Alexey Korovin

laureate of International competition


Valery Matveev

national artist of Russia


Dmitry Petrov

laureate of International competition 


Ulia Moskalenko

laureate of International competition 


Vera Vasilyeva

national actress of Russia


Eugeny Tilicheev

honoured actor of Russia


Victor Chubarov


Albert Pankov

national actor of Russia


Sergey Braga

laureate of International competition

The performance is recommended for viewers aged 12 and above