Thursday 03. September 202003. Sep 2020 19:00 Buy
Thursday 10. September 202010. Sep 2020 19:00 Buy


Important information to those who have tickets to “Swan Lake” with St Petersburg Ballet Theatre on the 14th and 15th of May:

Due to the corona situation, both performances have been rescheduled. The new date for the performance on Thursday 14th May is Thursday 3rd September 2020. The new date for the performance on Friday 15th May is Thursday 10th September 2020. If the new date is suitable, you can keep your seat and we will send you a new ticket.

The deadline for reimbursement has now expired (20th May 2020).

Kind regards, Stavanger Concert Hall


In September 2020 the legendary St Petersburg Ballet Theatre (SPBT) returns to Stavanger Concert Hall with two shows, following its sell-out Norwegian debut in 2019.

Founded in 1994, St Petersburg Ballet Theatre is famous not only for its beautiful Vaganova trained dancers, but also for its stunning full-length productions. Lead by prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova SPBT tours internationally performing the classical masterpieces from its repertoire including Giselle, Don Quixote, La Bayadere, Romeo and Juliette, The Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty.

The incredibly popular company is in such demand that it gives over 200 performances every year. Following sold out seasons in London, Seoul, Sydney and Hong Kong, the globally renowned St Petersburg Ballet Theatre makes its return visit to Stavanger Concert Hall with its spellbinding production of Swan Lake, and promises audiences a performance they will remember for life. Not to be missed!

“St Petersburg Ballet Theatre is a company to be treasured.”
Sunday Telegraph – London, UK

SPBT and the brilliant Irina Kolesnikova have left a considerable mark in the history book of world ballet, a mark which has turned into one of its most glorious and unforgettable pages.
Danse Magazine ?269 – Paris, France

*The management reserves the right to substitute any scheduled artist for any reason whatsoever even at short notice should the need arise.

Duration: 2 hours and 45 minutes, including breaks.

Promoter: St Petersburg Ballet Theatre LCC

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