Gallus Hall, the biggest hall of CD Congress Centre Ljubljana will be the place where magic happens on 11th and 12th November 2017. With 2,000 m², the halls rich stage technology offers the most demanding performances, also performances like this ice spectacle. The enormous space with a diverse auditorium and two balconies and the great technical skills of their team, will transform into an Ice stage and welcome the Saint-Petersburg State Ballet team, performing the worldwide known Nutcracker.

Are you curious and want to find out how the stage of Gallus Hall transforms into an ice surface? You can feel the glimpse of the spectacle in the video from other locations in the world. For the real magic, you will have to wait for the shows on 11th and 12th November 2017 in Cankarjev dom, the home of CD Congress Centre Ljubljana.

About the Saint-Petersburg State Ballet:
The Saint-Petersburg State Ballet on ice (former the Leningrad State Ballet on ice) founded in 1967 by the outstanding choreographer Konstantin Boyarsky, is the successor of the remarkable traditions of the St.Petersburg school of the classical ballet. Since 1995 the Saint-Petersburg Ballet on ice has been performing on stage of opera theaters. It shows the most famous ballets by P.Tchaikovsky: “Sleeping Beauty”, “Swan Lake”, “Nutcracker” and ballets by S.Prokofiev “Cinderella” and “Romeo and Juliet” as well.