A humanitarian children play titled “Masha and her misterous story” will be performed for little Luka on January 28th and 29th at noon in the Macedonian opera and ballet (Small Stage). Tickets are on sale at the box office of MOB 02/3118 451, and online at www.mob.mk at a price of 200 denars.
Little Luka Jovanovski (at the age of 2) has malignant neoplasm of eye and adnexa, and for his treatment in Istanbul, Turkey, needs 20,000 euros.
Account for donations: 380176980603113
“Masha and her mysterious story” is the latest play of Theatre “Krik” in which the narrator is the well-known children’s character, Masha from the cartoons. This is the story of two brothers - princes of a great empire, which due to the command of the King - their father, are to be married. Arrows that they throw to find the destinned brides, fall in front of the legs of one princess and one frog. So one of them will have to marry the princess and the other - the frog ...
The play is educational, but also has a lot of comical situations, adapted to the age of the audience. In the play perform actors: Mirjana Popovska Ristov, Robert Ristov and Saso Ristovski.
The traditional Vasilica concert of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet this year titled "Forgotten Songs" will be held on January 12th at 8 pm. Unlike previous concerts when the scene at MOB had several guest soloists, this time the only singer on stage will be Andriana Janevska, with the orchestra of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet.The repertoire will consist of traditional Macedonian songs arranged by Ilija Pejovski.
Director is Ljupka Jakimovska, and conductor is maestro Bisera Chadlovska.
Ukrainian soprano Tamara Kalinkina, baritone Boris Trajanov and tenor Darko Nesovski of January 1st 2017, will perform as soloists with the Ballet and Orchestra of the Macedonian Opera and Ballet at the concert titled "Russian Fairy Tale".
As the title says, this time the Macedonian Opera and Ballet on the first day of the New Year in the new Salon of MOB at 8 pm directed by Trajko Jordanovski will share and celebrate the beauty of Russian music. The gala opera and ballet concert will be led by the brilliant conductor Ivan Eminovic.
The program includes works by Glinka, Mussorgsky, Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich ..., composers who drew their inspiration from Russian folklore and tradition, whose works are among the best of Russian opera, ballet and symphonic literature.
The opera "Eugene Onegin" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, that opened this year's "May Opera Evenings" will be performed on Wdnesday, December 28th at 8 pm at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet.All tickets at a price of 200 denars, and the revenue from the tickets will go for charity, to the Association of blind and visually impaired, for the purchase of audio books.
In 19th century Russia, a young aristocrat rejects the love of an innocent country girl. Finding her years later in Saint Petersburg, married to a prince, he realizes that she is his true love. She still loves him too, but fate has separated them forever. The gripping Pushkin story of love unfulfilled, brought to new heights by Tchaikovsky’s fiercely passionate score.
Conductor is Ivan Eminovikj, directed by Dejan Projkovski, set designer Valentin Svetozarev, costume designer Marija Pupuchevska, choreographer Olga Pango. CAST: Larina - Marika Popovikj, Tatyana - Sandra Mitrovska, Olga - Irena Kavkalevska, Filippyevna -Elena Tasevska, Lensky -Darko Neshovski, Eugene Onegin - Boris Trajanov, Prince Gremin -Igor Durlovski, Company Commander - Dime Petrov, Zaretsky - Borko Bidzovski.
Tickets can be obtained at the box office in MOB, 02/3118 451 and online at www.mob.mk.
The ballet for children “Showhite and the seven dwarfs” will be erformed at noon on December 24th and December 25th at the Macedonian opera and ballet.
The ballet for children by Bogdan Pavlovski is based on the story by the brothers Grimm, and directed and choreographed by Vitold Borkovski.
Libreto – Vitold Borkovski and Soni Petrovski. Performing are the soloists and the ballet ensemble of MOB.