NYC Opera. "Aleko" Sergei Rachmaninoff
Choreography by Andrei Kisselev
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Opera Vore. WQXR:
"Scene-setting dance interludes — choreographed in authoritative quasi-folk Moiseyev Dance Company style by Andrei Kisselev — were perhaps the best part." By David Patrick Stearns
The Wall Street Journal:
"A significant stretch of its running time is devoted to a series of dances, vigorously performed here by Andrei Kisselev and Yana Volkova"
By HEIDI WALESON
"The dancers, Andrei Kisselev and Yana Volkova, gave the occasion its liveliest and most authentic-seeming moments, and they had the most atmospheric music, too. The City Opera Chorus also danced as well as sang" by John Yohalem
"NYCO, Back in Business and Boasting First-Rate Dancing Along With the Singing"
By Sondra Forsyth
"The only bright spots were Kevin Thompson’s sonorous Old Gypsy and a flashy turn by Andrei Kisselev as a flamboyant gypsy dancer whose next stop on his journey was surely a bus and truck tour of Chorus Line." By James Jorden
New York Classical Review:
"The opera has a substantial dance sequence, choreographed by Andrei Kisselev for himself and Yana Volkova, who intertwined beautifully with each other (and eventually, some of the chorus). The duo’s handsome costumes were the most explicitly exciting work of designer Ildikó Debreczeni" By Bruce Hodges