Ballet dancers of the Bolshoi theatre together with British singer Katherine Jenkins was performing in-flight British Airways London — Moscow. About it reported in a press release the carrier, arrived in edition "Tapes.ru" on Wednesday, November 2.
Artists Artemy Belyakov, Olga Marchenkova performed ballet moves in the interior of the liner to the accompaniment of songs Jenkins. The event was dedicated to the first flight of the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on the above mentioned route perfect 1 Nov.
"We were delighted with the idea to use the liner as a stage for performances. I first flew and danced at the same time! I think it was a very memorable event, both for us and for passengers", — said a leading soloist of the Bolshoi theatre Belyakov.
Marchenkova, in turn, noted that for the first time studied ballet in the air. "We can say that we danced on "seventh heaven"," said the artist.
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