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Music Theatre in Lublin

Czajkowski – Taniec miłości

Tchaikovsky – The Dance of Love,
photo Karolina Deptuś, Teatr Muzyczny w Lublinie

Czajkowski – Taniec miłości
Tchaikovsky – The Dance of Love,
photo Karolina Deptuś, Teatr Muzyczny w Lublinie

The Music Theatre in Lublin is the only institution of this type in the region, presenting the entire spectrum of the performing arts. The theatre is not only the last mainstay of the traditional operetta in Poland, but it also incorporates the contemporary musical. The repertoire is complemented by ballet performances, musical performances, concerts, children’s theatre and educational performances. The Music Theatre in Lublin represents more than 70 years of tradition.

Prizes

Nomination for the Musical Theatre Awards – Best Choreography
2020, Warsaw
Nomination for the Musical Theatre Awards – Best Dancer (Classical)
2020, Warsaw
Performance

Tchaikovsky – The Dance of Love

Company

Music Theatre in Lublin

Credits

  • Przemysław Fiugajski Music director
  • Zuzanna Dinter-Markowska Choreographer
  • Roman Kamiński Ballet director
  • Marcin Nogas Lighting director
  • Paweł Giergisiewicz Media
  • Agnieszka Wolińska Stylist/costumes

Performance synopsis

‘Tchaikovsky – The Dance of Love’ presents the life of a brilliant Russian composer, told in dance. The show primarily presents Tchaikovsky’s turbulent, but often inspiring relationships. The music, the canvas of the performance, encompasses fragments of several of his works – representing different genres (including ballet, opera, symphony and works for piano) as well as aesthetics. Zuzanna Dinter combines classical techniques with the expression and emotionality characteristic of modern dance.

Duration60" Crew *30 Artists18
Premiere 2019-04-26, Lublin
Audienceadults

* cast plus technical support

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Promotional details
  • The Institute of Music and Dance was the honorary patron of the premiere, as part of the nationwide campaign ‘Dance – International Dance Day 2019 in Poland’, together with the Marshal of the Lublin Voivodeship.
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