Psychological ballet of Boris Eifman expands the borders of genre

Today the enrichment of the ballet repertoire of modern Russia is still a guiding point in long-term plans of the choreographer and his Company. Besides the artistic quest Boris Eifman Theater was among the first in Russia to develop its own organizational model for theater management based on principles of state and private partnership. // Scene from "Anna Karenina" ballet

Today the enrichment of the ballet repertoire of modern Russia is still a guiding point in long-term plans of the choreographer and his Company. Besides the artistic quest Boris Eifman Theater was among the first in Russia to develop its own organizational model for theater management based on principles of state and private partnership. // Scene from "Anna Karenina" ballet

Khana Kudryashova
Last week a prominent Russian choreographer Boris Eifman celebrated his 67th birthday. Despite the considerable age, he is still working in full force. In 1977 Eifman was appointed director of the Leningrad Ballet Ensemble (also known as Eifman Ballet of St.Petersburg) at the age of 30 and he remained there for over 30 years.

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