Canada The kyiv City Ballet at the Theater of Saint-Malo for a solidarity evening with Ukraine
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The theater and the city of Saint-Malo (Ille-et-Vilaine) offer an exceptional evening by welcoming the dancers of kyiv City Ballet, May 10, 2022. The benefits of the evening will be donated to the Red Cross. The economic and cultural actors of the city can help.
to mark their solidarity with"victim of an intolerable invasion" , but also to testify their support to "to all those who, in Russia as in Belarus, mobilize against the packages perpetrated in Their name, " the theaters of and the city had the idea of organizing a great evening, inviting the dancers of kyiv City Ballet.
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Tour in France at the time of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the dancers and dancers found a place of residence "Forced" at the theater of Châtelet, in Paris. "All French scenes open their trays", the theater and the city of Saint-Malo have also decided to welcome them.
Resistance by dance
The company of about 40 dancers will come to present its work at a special evening, at the theater, Tuesday, May 10, 2022. "Allow dancers to continue working, to be in dance , creation and art is the best way to support them. As artists, we are behind them, " pleads Laurent Ziveri, director of the theater.
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The dancers, with their artistic director, propose a class of dance, "that is to say a demonstration of their warm-up and bar exercises" before unveiling excerpts from the big ballets of the directory: the lake Swans, Don Quixote, The Corsaire, Taras Bulba, as well as Ukrainian compositions.Calling all the wishes Solidarity of the cultural, economic and city actors of Saint-Malo is set up on the occasion of this evening. The Cineevauban, the association if all the ports of the world, the new wave, professional theater companies, the conservatory, the Pirate Family have already associated with the event to provide logistical or financial assistance to the organization. Theater calls all people, associations and companies that want to participate in manifesting.
"For example, we are looking for hosting structures to host artists from May 9 to 11 or dining services for meals, but also people for the reception of artists, translators," continues Laurent Ziveri.For the benefit of the Red Cross Once the travel expenses and the artist's fees will be paid, the benefits of the evening will be donated to the Red Cross to help the Ukrainian people.
"These young dancers are the voice of resistance and work to save the cultural heritage of their country", concludes the theater.Tuesday, May 10, at the theater, Place Bouvet. Rates: 30 € and 15 € for young and students up to 25 years, as well as for jobseekers. Donations are possible in addition to the ticket. Tickets for sale from Friday, April 8 at the theater, by Tel. 02 99 81 62 61, on the Internet www.theatresaintmalo.com. Tickets also for sale at the Cultural Pole La Grande Grandline.
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