World-renowned Russian National Dance Company will be hitting the Geraldton stage next month with a "dazzling masterpiece".
KOSTROMA is a spectacular and beautiful evocation in dance of ancient Russian culture. This mesmerising event unites centuries of dramatic musical and dance tradition.
The show features 45 elite dancers, masterly techniques, 600 lavish costumes and over 15 scenes. 'KOSTROMA' takes the audience on a bewitching journey from the Arctic north to the southern Steppes, the peaks of the Caucasus to the depths of Siberia.
The show is named after the place of its birth and the cradle of the Romanov dynasty, an ancient Russian town situated on the banks of the great Volga river.
The internationally acclaimed Russian National Dance company was founded in the early 1990's by its director and producer Elena Tsarenko with Art Director and Chief Dance Master Yury Tsarenko.
The company lives and breathes the traditions of their land.
The premiere performances of KOSTROMA were presented in, Moscow, London, Paris and Rotterdam. KOSTROMA has been appearing in the Cosmos Concert Hall, Moscow since 2005.
The French call it ‘A Russian dance miracle’, the Netherlands know it as ‘The spirit of Russia’. This theatrical production with its famous image of 'The Girl in Silver', has already won the hearts of audiences in over 25 countries.
KOSTROMA will be at the Queens Park Theatre on October 11th at 7:30pm.
For tickets visit the Queen's Park Theatre website or visit the Queen's Park Theatre box office.