Sputnik gave the children of «You’re super! Dancing» an unforgettable journey

© Sputnik / Alexei Dancetastic of the project «You are super! Dancing» from neighboring countries spent several days in St. PetersburgSputnik gave the children of «You’re super! Dancing» an unforgettable journey© Sputnik / Alexei Danichev

International news Agency and radio Sputnik on New year’s eve gave the participants of the project «You are super! Dancing» from the near abroad trip to Saint Petersburg. For a week the boys saw the sights of the cultural capital, met with celebrities and in the rare breaks, of course, danced.

Chief conductor and head of Mariinsky theatre Valery Gergiev met with the project participants during the intermission of the Opera «a Christmas tale», where he conducted. Maestro managed to give each child answered all the questions, gave advice, chided those who do not want to go back to school, and advised all to study well.

But on this unexpected meeting is not over. At the hotel they visited Lyubov Andreyeva, prima ballerina of ballet Theatre of Boris Eifman. She held a master class, shared their professional secrets and gave each his own signed photo. The young dancers in the hall of the hotel made a real dance battle. They in turn, together with the prima ballerina danced more than two hours.

Sputnik gave the children of «You’re super! Dancing» an unforgettable journey
The final day of this unforgettable trip was not without tears: the children were sad to leave each other. The project was completed, the trip came to an end. But then the dancing, new contests and a meeting with friends whom they met on the project.
Sputnik gave the children of «You’re super! Dancing» an unforgettable journey

International contest «You’re super! Dancing», which was held by the NTV and the international news Agency and radio Sputnik, has combined the talents from different corners of Russia, CIS and Baltic States, giving the children left without parental care, the chance to fulfill their dreams.

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