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Melissa Hamilton (Principal of The Royal Ballet) and Dawid Trzensimiech, White Swan Adagio
Larisa Akhmetova (Soprano of Bashkortostan Opera, Saratov Opera)
Anton Ploom and Yulia Tikka (Principals of Mikhailovsky Theatre, Russia)
Kevin O’Carroll, conductor
Monica Loughman, Artistic Director; The Dying Swan
Ruslan Nurtdinov, Artistic Director Russian Artists; Carmen
Orla E. Colleton, Opera Director and Soprano
 
Opera Masterpieces: Faust; La Traviata; Lucia di Lammermoor; Carmen; Tosca
Ballet Masterpieces: Swan Lake; The Nutcracker; Corsaire; Don Quixote; Cinderella

Satiate your artistic hunger with a fantastic feast of opera and ballet masterpieces performed by Monica Loughman with the biggest stars in Russian ballet and guest stars of The Royal Ballet.  A chance to see the best of opera and ballet and perfect for all your family and friends.
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Ireland's Ballet Company
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Ireland's ballet company. A grass roots, indigenous company, with a roster of over 50 extraordinary Irish national ballet dancers and an impressive classical repertoire including The Nutcracker, Vivaldi Seasons, Giselle and La Sylphide, Monica Loughman Ballet is committed to staging classical main scale ballet on Ireland's largest stages and nurturing a new generation of dancers, choreographers and audiences. It is perhaps one of the greatest emerging stories in the world of ballet and certainly one with the most significance for Arts and Culture in Ireland.
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