The “Swan Lake” ballet on ice show performed by the Saint Petersburg State Ballet on Ice Ensemble takes place on Monday, January 15 at Sala Palatului in Bucharest. The talented Russian ice skaters will play the sad story of princess Odette, turned in a swan by an evil sorcer curse, on the rhythms of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s music.
The organizers from the German Quality Entertainment announced the show is already sold out.
All people possessing a valid ticket or invitation are kindly asked to read the following access rules to attend the show. Spectators’ access at the concert hall is available starting 18:30 p.m., with the performance starting at 8 p.m.
The security firm is Astra Nova Security.
The first part of the concert will last 40 minutes and the second part 45 minutes. There will be a 15-minute break in-between.
Children up to 2 years old have free access if they will stay on their parents’ seats and if they show an ID paper to certify their age at the entrance.
Some things are banned in the concert hall: fireworks and lasers, Christmas glass bells, any type of cans, plastic or glass bottles or drink bottles, banners on sticks, sprays, chairs, arms, umbrellas, alcoholic drinks, food, pets, hallucinogen drugs, large bags, chains, removable-lens professional cameras, audio-video recording devices, tablets or GoPro devices.
All spectators are asked to permanently keep their tickets, invitations. After entering, they cannot leave the concert hall. The audience is also asked to keep silence not to disturb the artist and the other spectators.
Telephones should be on silent mode or vibrations. Photo shooting or video recording is not recommended.
Accredited photographers are required not to disturb the audience. The official photographer of the event is the only one allowed to take photos all through the concert.
Press badges will be available at gate 10.
Tickets are available only through eventim.ro, for the Wizard category- RON 100.
Most of the incumbent skaters of Sankt Petersburg State Ensemble won national and international contests, with many of them coming from Russian famous schools of figure skating, such as Jubilejni where the world Olympic champion Evgeny Plushenko has also been discovered. Outstanding artists have joined Russian corps de ballet, for example Ludmila Beloussova-Oleg Protopopov pair, the world, European and Olympic champion Alexei Ulanov or Ludmila Smirnova.
Set up in 1967, Leningrad Ensemble (now St. Petersburg Ensemble) shook the show world up by combining the classical ballet with figure skating for the first time in the world on a skating rink located on a theater stage. “Sleeping Beauty”, “Swan Lake”, “Nutcracker” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, as well as “Cinderella” by Sergei Prokofiev are the titles performed by Sankt Petersburg Ballet On Ice in more than 7,000 shows.
The famous St. Petersburg Ballet on Ice Ensemble was celebrating its 140th anniversary last year.