The white swan pirouettes with elegance

Navrasa Duende, a new venture from Energo India in the realm of arts and entertainment, is bringing the Swan Lake Ballet to Delhi.

Published: 17th September 2017 09:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2017 09:00 AM   |  A+A-

Navrasa Duende, a new venture from Energo India in the realm of arts and entertainment, is bringing the Swan Lake Ballet to Delhi. The organisation believes in globally promoting performing arts, visual and fine arts, classical or popular. “We believe that good art cuts across boundaries. At the same time, following global trends and developing the taste of audiences is a process that finds highest attention at Navrasa,”says founder Dinesh Singh.

The music composition of the ballet keeps challenging choreographers and makes principal dancers innovate more and more. This in turn mesmerises the audience. “We are optimistic that Swan Lake will also attract the young generation. Another reason for its universal appeal is its multicultural musical and dancing form blend,” says Singh.

The thought of a pure Russian ballet in Delhi is exciting. “We’re expecting a full house. Approximately 10,000 people are expected to attend the event, across the three days,” says Singh. Navrasa also plans to stage ballets such as Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet and other productions. “We are also planning a Navrasa Carnival in December where all art forms, from music, dance to theatre of all global genres will be available for the audience,” he adds.

Show Timings
September 22: 7 pm
September 23-24: 2.30 pm and 7 pm
Venue: Siri Fort Auditorium

Director’s cut
“This will be our first visit to India and we are really looking forward to it. We are positive that we will do our best.” Anatoily Azatisky

About Swan Lake
Swan Lake is a quintessential classical ballet, a timeless story of good versus evil. Adored by audiences for over 100 years, it is one of the most famous ballets in the world.

Box Office
Tickets: `1,770-7,080
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