Russian State Ballet
In 1984 Vyacheslav Gordeev founded and headed Moscow State Theatre “Russian Ballet”, where he stages about 30 ballets, such as Passacalia, The Meeting, Memory, The Steps, Revived Pictures, Surprise Maneuvers, or Wedding with a General. He is also the author of choreography reductions of Walpurgis Night, The Clocks Dance (from the Ponchielli’s opera La Jioconda), such ballets as Don Quixote, Paquita, Swan Lake, Giselle, Coppelia, and ballets by A. Gorsky and M. Fokin.
The “Russian State Ballet” Theatre over 20 years remains one of the leading Russian Ballet companies. The repertoire includes masterpieces of the world ballet classical repertoire and the best samples of Modern choreograpy.
The primary task of the RSB is to preserve the heritage of the Russian and West-Europian choreograthy alongside with the seek for the newer forms of dancing.
“The Russian State Ballet” has received international acknoledgement. It has been awarded by numerous prizes among which is “The Golden Ticket” -for the audiences of 100.000 people who visited the performances of the company during the just two months German tour.
“The Russian State Ballet” was also awarded by the “Most Grandioso Performance of the Year” prize, the Association of West-Europian Impresario called the RSB “The Best Ballet Company of the Year”.