NINA ANANIASHVILI

 

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INTERNATIONAL CONCERTS was greatly honored by the proclamation by Marty Markowitz, President of the Borough of Brooklyn, declaring November 4, 2011 as INTERNATIONAL CONCERTS – NINA ANANIASHVILI CONCERT CELEBRATION DAY in Brooklyn, USA. Excerpt from the Proclamation below:

“Whereas, all of Brooklyn joins with Artistic Director Diana C. Stomsvik and the staff and supporters of INTERNATIONAL CONCERTS – a premier organization dedicated to bringing the best of the best artists and performers from all over the world in order to spread cultural enrichment – as they present the legendary Prima Ballerina Nina Ananiashvili, along with the work of the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky;

Now, therefore, I, Marty Markowitz, President of the Borough of Brooklyn
Do hereby proclaim Friday, November 4, 2011

INTERNATIONAL CONCERTS NINA ANANIASHVILI CONCERT CELEBRATION DAY

In Brooklyn, USA”

MARTY MARKOWITZ
President of the Borough of Brooklyn


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GEORGIAN NATIONAL BALLET – A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

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INTERNATIONAL CONCERTS

ANOTHER RESOUNDING SUCCESS!
SUKHISHVILI NATIONAL BALLET OF GEORGIA!

NOVEMBER 7, 2010

AVERY FISHER HALL, LINCOLN CENTER – 2,500 TICKETS SOLD!

CHEERS AND STANDING OVATIONS!

12 CURTAIN CALLS!!

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Review:

“The Georgian National Ballet Sukhishvili-Ramishvili was presented by International Concerts on November 7 at New York’s Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center . Well before the show, the entrance of Avery Fisher Hall was crowded with people asking for any available tickets. During the performance, the crowded hall frequently burst into wild applause with shouts of “bravo” and standing ovations.. At the conclusion there was a deafening ovation – The audience would not let the artists leave the stage and begged them to continue the show. …

The ensemble was honed to perfection with perfectly synchronized movements of the dancers in massive numbers. They demonstrated amazing technique and athleticism. Their extraordinary individual ability was exhibited in “competitive” solos, where each dancer was featured individually, gathering the harvest of applause. Their costumes accurately reflect national traditions with every regional group of Georgia represented.

“The ensemble reflects the emotional daring spirit of the Georgian nation, its invincible vitality and a touching romanticism. I was particularly impressed by the elegant and always surprising choreography, which combines the ancient canons of traditional dance, and innovative aesthetics that goes back to Diaghilev, Fokine and Balanchine.” Diana C. Stomsvik, President of International Concerts, organizer of the tour, told Voice of America”

Oleg Sulkin – Voice of America