New Issue of “Bravissimo” Magazine (No. 4, 2014-2015, December - February)
Cover: Kristina Gudžiūnaitė as Marie and Genady Zhukovsky as Prince in Piotr Tchaikovsky‘s ballet “The Nutcracker”. Choreographer Krzysztof Pastor, designer Vyacheslav Okunev. Photography by Martynas Aleksa.
Have you missed “Bravissimo”? If so, you should be happy to know that the new issue of the magazine is already available. As usual, it includes articles about theatres of the world, unique personalities of opera and ballet and other interesting subjects.
We would like to remind you that “Bravissimo” may be obtained free of charge during the intermissions of performances at the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre. It is also possible to order the magazine to be sent by post – please find more information here.
IN THE FOOTLIGHTS
Cozy and Warm “The Nutcracker” for the Entire Family. An Interview with Krzysztof Pastor (by Skaidrė Baranskaja)
“Alexander’s Feast” – on Poetry and Love. An Interview with Csaba Kael (by Beata Baublinskienė)
Beginning of the Season: Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Violeta Urmana and Zubin Mehta (by Živilė Ramoškaitė)
Anniversary Without Nostalgia: an Interview with Gintautas Kėvišas (Beata Baublinskienė)
Highlights of the Repertoire in 2015
REPERTOIRE OF THE LITHUANIAN NATIONAL OPERA AND BALLET THEATRE
“The Nutcracker” in the Kaleidoscope of Ballet in the 20th Century (by Helmutas Šabasevičius)
REPERTOIRE OF THE LITHUANIAN NATIONAL PHILHAMONIC SOCIETY
KAUNAS STATE MUSICAL THEATRE
An Invitation to the Ball in Savoy (by Gražina Dainauskienė)
KLAIPĖDA STATE MUSICAL THEATRE
New Treat for Children in the Repertoire of the Klaipėda State Musical Theatre – “The Macaroni Opera” (by Gitana Gugevičiūtė and Jovita Navickaitė)
MANUSCRIPTS DON’T BURN
P.S. Time Not Lost. Letters (by Livija Gulbinaitė)
I REMEMBER THE FLEETING MOMENT
Light in the Sky of Ballet: Ramutė Janavičiūtė (by Justa Adomonytė – Šlekaitienė)
Vitalija Šiškaitė: in Friendships, I’m Ready to Give My Heart Away (by Dalia Sverdiolienė)
The Social Powers of Opera (by Vlad Kotnik)