The mischievous, frivolous operetta reigns in a luxurious mansion on Italian street for almost a hundred years. And the origins of the genre itself go far back into the depths of centuries - after all, even the most ancient theatrical performances were built on the combination of words, music and dance. Meanwhile, the operetta was considered to be a “small opera” for quite a long time, and only by the middle of the 19th century did it acquire unique distinctive features. Expressive music, love intrigue, spectacular crowd scenes and virtuoso cascading numbers along with comic and even parody content are what admirers loved and appreciated at the dawn of the operetta and what they continue to love in the fast-moving and high-tech XXI century.
Musical Director and Conductor - Honored Artist of Russia Andrey Alekseev
Stage Director and Choreographer - Vladimir Romanovsky
Scenography - Irina Dolgova
Lighting Designer - Denis Solntsev
Artist-animator - Anastasia Andreeva
Ballet dancers take part in the concert