The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia. is a historic theatre in Moscow, Russia, designed by architect Joseph Bové, which holds performances of ballet and opera. The theatre's original name was the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow, while the St. Petersburg Bolshoi Theatre (demolished in 1886), was called the Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre.

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The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia. is a historic theatre in Moscow, Russia, designed by architect Joseph Bové, which holds performances of ballet and opera. The theatre's original name was the Imperial Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow, while the St. Petersburg Bolshoi Theatre (demolished in 1886), was called the Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre.

The Bolshoi Theatre - Russia, was beside myself sitting in this theatre, right next to the Tsar's box, watching excerpts from the cannon of ballet!

The Bolshoi Theatre - Russia, was beside myself sitting in this theatre, right next to the Tsar's box, watching excerpts from the cannon of ballet!

& Creme de la creme: Bolshoi theatre, Moscow, Russia after renovation .

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The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia ~ The company was founded on 17 March 1776 by Prince Pyotr Vasilyevich Urusov and Michael Maddox. Initially, it held performances in a private home, but it acquired the Petrovka Theatre and on 30 December 1780 it began producing plays and operas, thus establishing what was to become the Bolshoi Theatre under the order of Catherine II of Russia.

The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Russia ~ The company was founded on 17 March 1776 by Prince Pyotr Vasilyevich Urusov and Michael Maddox. Initially, it held performances in a private home, but it acquired the Petrovka Theatre and on 30 December 1780 it began producing plays and operas, thus establishing what was to become the Bolshoi Theatre under the order of Catherine II of Russia.

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