Ballet Icons Gala 2021

Ballet Icons Gala is a unique opportunity to see the principal dancers from the UK and around the world on one stage. The programme pays tribute to the traditions of the beautiful genre of ballet — its old and contemporary masters. The show will be followed by an exclusive dinner. Afisha.London magazine tells all the details about the evening.


On November 26, the annual Ballet Icons Gala will take place at London Coliseum. The greatest stars of the world ballet will perform on the stage. The event, which has been held since 2006, has become one of the most famous cultural and social events. The programme includes both classical masterpieces and works of famous contemporary choreographers, inspired by the traditions of Russian ballet. The event also features a number of world premieres.

The Ballet Icons Gala 2021 program will be performed by Timofej Andrijashenko (Teatro alla Scala), Léonore Baulac (Paris Opera Ballet), Sergio Bernal (formerly the National Ballet of Spain), Filipa de Castro (National Ballet of Portugal), Jeffrey Cirio (English National Ballet), Francesco Gabriele Frola (English National Ballet), Matthew Golding (formerly the Royal Ballet), Katja Khaniukova (English National Ballet), Maria Kochetkova (English National Ballet) and many others. They will be accompanied by the English National Ballet Philharmonic orchestra.


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The Gala will be followed by an exclusive dinner held at the glamorous Corinthia Hotel. There will be a short welcoming reception followed by a three-course dinner. You will have a unique opportunity to meet in person the star artists, as well as members of the Royal Family, celebrities, political and business leaders, and take memorable photos with them.

An evening not to be missed! You can find your tickets here.



Cover photo: Andre Uspenski



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