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Shows - List of Ballet, Opera and Show in St.Petersburg with Descriptions

January 27, Wednesday
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basic price 214.63USD
early booking discount -5%
early booking price from 203.89 USD
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Swan Lake (Mikhailovsky Theatre, ballet)

Mikhailovsky (ex. Mussorgsky) Theatre​ about theatre | Ticket price: 203.89USD - 395.79USD

Genre: Ballet Age restriction: 6+ Length: 3 hours Intermissions: 2 Opening night: 15 September 2009

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Swan Lake is a ballet that has become has become a symbol of Russian art itself. The version of the famous ballet cannot be seen anywhere else in Moscow or St. Petersburg: the Mikhailovsky Theatre’s Swan Lake is the legendary ’Old Moscow’ production by Alexander Gorsky and Asaf Messerer.

January 28, Thursday
Hit
basic price 214.63USD
early booking discount -5%
early booking price from 203.89 USD
Buy ticketsMore info

Swan Lake (Mikhailovsky Theatre, ballet)

Mikhailovsky (ex. Mussorgsky) Theatre​ about theatre | Ticket price: 203.89USD - 395.79USD

Genre: Ballet Age restriction: 6+ Length: 3 hours Intermissions: 2 Opening night: 15 September 2009

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Swan Lake is a ballet that has become has become a symbol of Russian art itself. The version of the famous ballet cannot be seen anywhere else in Moscow or St. Petersburg: the Mikhailovsky Theatre’s Swan Lake is the legendary ’Old Moscow’ production by Alexander Gorsky and Asaf Messerer.

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