Project Polunin presents Satori, a very special mixed multimedia programme at the London Coliseum this December, presented by world-famous ballet star Sergei Polunin.
Celebrating the unifying power and joy of dance, an acclaimed international cast and creative team of dancers, contemporary artists, musicians and choreographers, including Sergei himself, will present new dance and ballet works for stage, film, social media and virtual reality.
First Solo is a new short ballet, starring Sergei, and created by award-winning choreographer Andrey Kaydanovskiy; Scriabiniana, with backing by a full orchestra, is the London premiere of the most complete version of Kasyan Goleizovsky’s ballet suite, to mark his 125th birthday anniversary; and we finish with the world premiere of Satori, choreographed by Sergei, directed by Gabriel Marcel del Vecchio and with an original score by multi-award-winning composer Lorenz Dangel.
Don’t miss the return of Sergei Polunin to the London Coliseum, in what is set to be one of the events of the year. Book your tickets today.
Satori is produced by David Banks, Gabrielle Tana and Sergei Polunin in collaboration with Daniel Hodgdon.
Joining Sergei Polunin will be Natalia Osipova, The Royal Ballet School Junior Associate Thomas Waddington, Valentino Zucchetti and Akane Takada from The Royal Ballet, Yaoqian Shang from Birmingham Royal Ballet, Laurretta Summerscales and Yonah Acosta from Bayerisches Staatsballett, Alexey Lyubimov from The Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre, Evgenia Savarskaya from Bolshoi Ballet, Jason Reilly and Elisa Badenes from Stuttgart Ballet, and Alexandre Riabko and Silvia Azzoni from Hamburg Ballet.
The Orchestra of English National Opera, conducted by Gavin Sutherland, will accompany.
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(3mins) Take Cranbourn Street until St Martin’s Lane, where you head right until you reach the theatre.