Moscow Festival Ballet Comes Back to San Diego
Moscow Festival Ballet's Giselle
History’s most famous romantic tales come to life this month when the Moscow Festival Ballet performs Cinderella, Giselle, and Romeo and Juliet at Copley Symphony Hall. The renowned ballet company, founded by Bolshoi principal Sergei Radchenko, recently visited San Diego with its touring production of The Nutcracker in December. This month’s trio of performances are part of the San Diego Symphony’s International Passport series, which will also welcome the Band of the Royal Marines and the Pipes, Drums and Highland Dancers of the Scots Guards on February 21, as well as taiko drumming on March 12. Consider it your entry to the culture club.
February 9–11, 750 B Street