The Moscow State Opera and Ballet Theatre for Young Audience named after Natalia Sats enjoys huge success both at home and abroad, and has delighted audiences all across Europe as well as in the USA, Canada and Japan. Since a management change in 2010, the theatre has been working to accommodate the best of past and of what is being created in the contemporary field of music theatre, while aiming to take an active part in international theatre life.
In July of 2013, the theatre staged a reconstructed version
of Fokine’s Golden Cockerel by Rimsky-Korsakov. It was the closing production of the centennial jubilee season
for Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris. Before that, and for first time, The Moscow State Opera and Ballet Theatre for Young Audience named after Natalia Sats staged its production, Carmen, in Dublin. Not only is it based on Bizet’s masterpiece, but the set is also inspired by Picasso’s masterworks.
In July 2014 the theatre staged the Golden Cockerel production together with other Fokine’s ballets to great acclaim at The London Coliseum as the highlight of The Russian Cultural Festival.
April, 2015 – tour to Dublin with the Madama Butterfly production (The Bord Gais Energy Theatre).
August, 2015 – the theatre took part at the Birgitta International Festival in Tallinn (Estonia) with the Scheherazade and Polovtsian Dances ballets and the interactive performance The Orchestra Rehearsal.
OPERA EUROPA and RESEO
Our theatre has been with Opera Europa (the all- European Opera Houses Association) and RESEO (European network for education, participation and creative learning in opera and dance) since 2011.
In 2012 the theatre hosted Opera Europa annual conference in conjunction with the Bolshoi and Stanislavsky Theatres.
In 2014 we have been chosen as a national coordinator of RESEO and Opera Europa in Russia.
At the last General Assembly of the Opera Europa Georgiy Isaakyan has been elected a member of the Opera Europa Board – the governing body of the association that seeks to represent its members in all their diversity as best possible.