03 July 2015, Friday, 13:56

Rich cultural program will be presented in Ufa in the days of the SCO and BRICS Summits


UFA, 3 July 2015. /Bashinform News Agency, Leila Aralbaeva/. Ufa in the days of the SCO and BRICS Summits provides a rich and varied cultural program. In the capital of Bashkortostan the famous Moscow theatre groups will tour, Ufa theatres and concert organizations will show their best performances and concerts.

For the first time tours of legendary Moscow theatre "Pyotr Fomenko Workshop" will take place in Ufa. Performances will take place on the stage of Russian Drama Theatre on July 7 and 8, and on the stage of Ufa State Tatar Theatre "Nur" on July 10 and 11.

In the first two days of touring the theatre will show a staging of "War and Peace. Beginning of the Novel. Scenes" by Leo Tolstoy directed by Pyotr Fomenko. The next two nights on the stage of Ufa State Tatar Theatre "Nur" the Pyotr Fomenko Workshop will play "Last Goodbye" — by the stories of Ivan Bunin's "Henry", "River restaurant," "Natalie" and "Madrid".

Another well-known Moscow troupe will arrive in Ufa on tours during the international SCO and BRICS Summits. On July 8 at the State Concert Hall "Bashkortostan" a gala concert of "Kremlin Ballet" theatre will take place. The art director is the chief choreographer of the theatre, People's Artist of Russia, laureate of Moscow Award, Professor Andrey Petrov.

On July 7, Tuesday, Bashkir Opera and Ballet Theater will show the legendary ballet "Swan Lake" by Pyotr Tchaikovsky with the stars of the Bashkir ballet troupe on the stage of State Concert Hall  "Bashkortostan".

On July 10 by numerous requests from the public the National Symphony Orchestra will repeat the "Soundtrack Concert". A collection of the best music for the popular films "Titanic," "Star Wars", "Breakfast at Tiffany's" will sound under the baton of conductor Kamil Abdullin.

Bashkir Academic Drama Theatre named after Mazhit Gafuri chose to show foreign guests new and interesting performances, introducing mentality and traditions of the Bashkirs. On July 6, guests and residents of the capital will see the drama "Kahym Turya" by Bayazit Bikbov and Hamit Irgalin. On July 7, a performance "Rudy — Never OFF" will be shown. The production tells about a dance genius of the twentieth century Rudolf Nureyev, who started on the Bashkir stage. On July 8, the theatre will offer a musical comedy "Shaurakey" by Muhametshi Burangulov based on the Bashkir folk legend. On July 9, the theatre will show the colourful musical "Maktymhylu, Ablyay and Kara Yurga" by Tansulpan Garipova.

National Youth Theatre named after Mustai Karim will present performances that most clearly reflect the spirit of the theatre, its repertoire policy. On July 4, 6 and 10 the audience will see the drama "The Joy of our House" based on the novel by Mustai Karim. On July 5 and 9, the folk comedy by Florid Bulyakov "Old Suiters, or Shombay Matchmaker" is on the stage. Faerie play "Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro" by P.Bomarshe will be shown on July 8. On July 3 and 7, viewers will see a philosophical parable on the story by Chingiz Aitmatov "Spotted Dog Running at the Edge of the Sea".