Photo: RFB Ballet de Moscú.

There is a real treat in store for those who love a Christmas ballet because the RFB Ballet de Moscú is returning to Tenerife not with just one, but two, ballets in the Auditorio Infanta Leonor in Los Cristianos. The first will be Swan Lake on Friday 14 December, and the second one is the much-loved traditional Christmas ballet The Nutcracker on Saturday 15 December. Both ballets start at 9pm and tickets costing €45 are available online HERE: some tickets will also be available at the door from two hours before the start of the performance. The following videos will give a flavour of what these wonderful ballets are like.

 

source https://www.janetanscombe.com/news/two-christmas-ballets-this-year-as-rfb-ballet-de-moscu-comes-to-los-cristianos.html

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