St Petersburg Ballet – Swan Lake

The St Petersburg Ballet Company will begin their first tour of South Africa on 16 March
2006 with their fabulous production of the ballet classic Swan Lake. The company consists of
55 principals, soloists and full corps de ballet who will perform the full length production.
The St Petersburg Ballet Company will be following the original choreography by Lev Ivanov and
Marius Petipa and has received excellent praise the world over. Gorgeous settings and lavish
costumes have been brought all the way form St Petersburg. Music for Swan Lake will be provided by
the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Alexander Kantorov.

The St Petersburg ballet, Swan Lake, will be performed in Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Durban and Pretoria.
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Swan Lake runs for 2 hours and 45 minutes with 2 intervals of 15 minutes each. The venues
and times are as follows:

Pretoria at the SA State Theatre
Thursday, Mar 16 2006 at 19H30
Friday, Mar 17 2006 at 19H30
Saturday, Mar 18 2006 at 14H00 and 19H30
Sunday, Mar 19 2006 at 14H00 and 18H00
Tuesday, Mar 21 2006 at 19H30
Wednesday, Mar 22 2006 at 19H30
Thursday, Mar 23 2006 at 19H30
Friday, Mar 24 2006 at 19H30
Saturday, Mar 25 2006 at 14H00 and 19H30
Sunday, Mar 26 2006 at 14H00 and 18H00
Tuesday, Mar 28 2006 at 19H30
Wednesday, Mar 29 2006 at 19H30
Thursday, Mar 30 2006 at 19H30
Friday, Mar 31 2006 at 19H30
Saturday, Apr 1 2006 at 14H00 and 19H30
Sunday, Apr 2 2006 at 14H00

Bloemfontein at the Sand Du Plessis Theatre
4 – 8 April every day 19h30 and 14h00 on Saturday the 8th.

Cape Town at the Artscape Opera House
Wednesday, Apr 12 2006 at 20H00
Thursday, Apr 13 2006 at 20H00

Saturday, Apr 15 2006 at 14H00 and 20H00
Sunday, Apr 16 2006 at 14H00 and 18H00
Tuesday, Apr 18 2006 at 20H00
Wednesday, Apr 19 2006 at 20H00
Thursday, Apr 20 2006 at 20H00
Friday, Apr 21 2006 at 20H00
Saturday, Apr 22 2006 at 14H00 and 20H00

Durban at the Playhouse Opera Theatre
Thursday, Apr 27 2006 at 19H30
Friday, Apr 28 2006 at 19H30
Saturday, Apr 29 2006 at 14H00 and 19H30
Sunday, Apr 30 2006 at 14H00 and 18H00
Tuesday, May 2 2006 at 19H30
Wednesday, May 3 2006 at 19H30