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Tchaikovsky’s iconic Nutcracker ballet delights audiences in Moscow

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Tchaikovsky’s iconic Nutcracker ballet delights audiences in Moscow

Tchaikovsky’s iconic Nutcracker ballet delights audiences in Moscow

Because of COVID, the Bolshoi Theatre limited audience capacity to 70%, but those in the house seemed to love what they saw.


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Among the stars at the event was prima ballerina Olga Smirnova, who quit the Bolshoi last month and is now dancing with the Dutch National Ballet.

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