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Based on a seasonal folktale, The Snow Maiden explores love, betrayal and innocence against a snow-covered landscape of rural Russia. Emerging from the land of Frost and Snowflakes, The Snow Maiden is swept up by the colourful village festivities as they prepare for the arrival of spring. Protected from the outside world by Father Frost, the exquisite Snow Maiden plays innocently amongst the dancing snowflakes in the enchanted Land of Frost. Based on a traditional folk-tale, set in the snow covered landscape of rural Russia, this seasonal sparkler follows the Snow Maiden as she dances into the human world. Captivated by the colourful village and the people who live there, she ventures too far and is swept up by feelings of love, temptation and betrayal. When finally she surrenders herself completely and warms to love, her heart melts in a tragic embrace.Producer Raymond Gubbay. Company Russian State Ballet of Siberia. Company The Orchestra of the Russian State Ballet. Musical Director Anatoly Tchepurnoi. Conductor Anatoly Tchepurnoi.
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