Take a tour of Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater in Ukraine

Part of the World's Greatest Sights of Eastern Europe.


Stars of the Ukrainian ballet will perform in America and Canada! This unique project will provide an opportunity to get acquainted with 55 ballet dancers of the Odessa National Opera and Ballet Theater, who present the world level of Ukrainian Ballet Art!


The Odessa company is recognized as one of the most prestigious institutions of classical ballet in Ukraine and can boast an extremely varied repertoire, carrying the honor and the task to preserve the precious heritage of the great Ukrainian ballets.

A part of the company’s repertoire has always been the great masterpieces of classic ballet, from “Sylphide” by Bournonville, to “Giselle” by Adam, “Don Quixote” and “La bayadère” by Minkus, „Sleeping Beauty”, „The Nutcracker” and „Swan Lake” by Tchaikovsky, to the various twentieth century ballets by Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Falla and Shchedrin.

The ballet company consists of the best performers, graduates of prestigious Ukrainian and world choreography schools. Many talented artists have danced with the Odessa National Opera company in its different periods and many of them have been soloists in major international companies.

Over the years, due to the many tours all over the globe, the National Opera of Odessa from Ukraine ballet has earned its first-class international reputation.

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Our Recent Work

The Nutcracker

Ballet intwo acts with one intermission

Choreography after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Romeo & Juliet

Ballet in two acts with one intermission

Romeo and Juliet is a ballet by Sergei Prokofiev based on Shakespeare's tragic love story.

Our Recent Work

Swan Lake

P. Tchaikovsky

Ballet in four acts with one intermission

Choreography after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov

Sleeping Beauty

P. Tchaikovsky

Ballet - fairy in two acts with a prologue and an apotheosis

Choreography after Marius Petipa, Konstantin Sergeev and Fedor Lopukhov

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