Bolshoi Ballet In Cinema 2019-2020 Season

The new season is the 10th anniversary of Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema and will feature seven exceptional productions. Beginning with a treasure of Russian ballet, Raymonda to audience favourites The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and a brand new version of the iconic Giselle from choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, plus two encores, Le Corsaireand Romeo and Juliet, the season ends with Balanchine's glittering triptych Jewels, showcasing the Bolshoi at its finest.

PRICING

Tickets will be on sale July 17th at participating locations' Box Office and Concession during regular operating hours, as well as online through the links below, as they become available.

SINGLE PERFORMANCE PRICING

Ticket Type General
(14-64)
Child
(3-13)
Senior
(65+)
Regular $17.95 $12.95 $16.95

SEASON PASS PRICING†

Pass Type General
(14-64)
Child
(3-13)
Senior
(65+)
Regular $113.12 $81.62 $106.82

All prices include applicable taxes. Prices, dates and times are subject to change. †Season Passes are available only in theatre at the Box Office and Concession.

PERFORMANCES

Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire

ENCORE: November 17, 2019 | 210 min | Event: Ballet
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Inspired by Lord Byron’s epic poem, this jewel of the repertoire boasts a lavish production complete with a shipwreck, pirates click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

ENCORE: December 15, 2019 | 150 min | Event: Ballet
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The ultimate holiday classic takes audiences of all ages on a magical journey through a world of enchantment, set to. click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Giselle

LIVE: January 26, 2020 | 150 min | Event: Ballet
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In this brand-new production, choreographer Alexei Ratmansky brings a new look to this icon of classical ballet. Captured live from the Bolshoi click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Swan Lake

LIVE: February 23, 2020 | 165 min | Event: Ballet
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Captured live, direct from Moscow, Russia, this historic masterpiece of breathtaking beauty born at the Bolshoi Theatre remains an click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Romeo And Juliet

ENCORE: March 29, 2020 | 185 min | Event: Ballet
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The Bolshoi presents the famous star-crossed lovers from Shakespeare’s most tragic love story set to Prokofiev’s cinematic click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Jewels

LIVE: April 19, 2020 | 165 min | Event: Opera
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Captured live from the Bolshoi Ballet, this homage of captivating beauty to the dance schools of Paris, New York and St. Petersburg click for more

Bolshoi Ballet: Raymonda

LIVE: October 27, 2019 | 180 min | Event: Ballet
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Created in the late 19th century in Imperial Russia and captured live from the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow, Raymonda remains a timeless click for more

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ABOUT the Bolshoi Ballet

The Bolshoi Ballet

On March 28, 1776, Catherine II granted the prosecutor, Prince Pyotr Urusov, the "privilege" of "maintaining" theatre performances of all kinds, including masquerades, balls and other forms of entertainment, for a period of ten years. And it is from this date that Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre traces its history.

The Bolshoi building, which for many years now has been regarded as one of Moscow’s main sights, was opened on October 20, 1856, on Tsar Alexander II’s coronation day.

On October 29, 2002, the Bolshoi was given a New Stage and it was here it presented its performances during the years the Historic Stage was undergoing massive reconstruction and refurbishment.

The reconstruction project lasted from July, 2005 to October, 2011. As a result of this reconstruction, many lost features of the historic building were reinstated and, at the same time, it has joined the ranks of most technically equipped theatre buildings in the world.

The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages.