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Moiseyev Ensemble starts tour in Israel

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Moiseyev Ensemble starts tour in Israel


18.09.2019

Photo credit: The State Folk Dance Ensemble named after Igor Moiseyev

The State Folk Dance Ensemble named after Igor Moiseyev Ensemble starts tour in Tel Aviv on September, 17, RIA Novosti reports. Famous dance group will perform in The Israeli Opera,  Tel Aviv from 17 to 20 of September. 

According to the group director Elena Scherbakova, for the first time Moiseyev Ensemble came to Israel 30 years ago. However they will perform  on the Israeli Opera stage for the first time. 

Photo credit: The State Folk Dance Ensemble named after Igor Moiseyev

The program is split in two parts. Choreographic performance Rock and Roll staged by Moiseyev in the beginning of 1960s was requested by the inviting side, Scherbakova said. Igor Moiseyev decided to do this show after the very first overseas tour when rock&roll was very popular in United States. Since the dance was prohibited in the US, maestro has created satiric show named Back to a Monkey. Today this artefact dance show is recreated, and audience loves it.
Back to a Monkey

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