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PRODUCTIONS
Six pieces won the Golden Mask: Les Noces, Maple Garden, Post-Engagement. Diptych. Part II, This is Not a Love Song, and Imago-Trap.
Twelve productions were nominated for the most prestigious Russian National Theatre Award, the Golden Mask: A Man Waiting, Les Noces, Maple Garden, A Quiet Life with Herrings, Wings at Tea, Lazy Susan, Post-Engagement. Diptych. Part II, This is Not a Love Song, SEPIA, Measure of Bodies, and Imago-Trap.

LES NOCES (SVADEBKA), version 2019
Performance «Les Noces» by Igor Stravinsky staged by Tatiana Baganova is already a legend. It is the prize-winner of the Russian National Theatre Award Golden Mask - 2000 (the best work of choreographer).


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FROM SKIN TO SKIN / KOZHA
"The title, "From Skin to Skin", reflects on the messages of the piece. It's a conversation around touch, physical contact, need for embraces and intercourse, and fear of being touched by a stranger. Ultimately, it reflects upon the main problem of modern society where people avoid touching, tenderness, physical contact. In the end, "From Skin to Skin" came out to be beautiful, frank, pure and very smart.
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THE GIRL WITH THE PORCELAIN EYES
«The Girl with the Porcelain Eyes» – is a dance piece which was created by Tatiana Baganova for the international festival of arts "Diaghilev. P.S." In 2018, the 200th anniversary of Marius Petipa, the festival's program is dedicated to the legacy of this most prominent Russian choreographer. The desire to reflect upon his works has shifted Tatiana's focus onto "Coppelia", but first of all, she calls upon the story behind the ballet - the E.T.A. Hoffmann's novel "The Sandman" - and offers the audience her thoughts on this subject.
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IMAGO-TRAP
The piece was awarded the Golden Mask for Best Production in Contemporary Dance (2018)
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MAPLE GARDEN
The piece was commissioned in the summer of 1999 in Durham (North Carolina, USA) by the American Dance Festival as a part of the International Choreographers' Program, with support from the Philip Morris Companies Inc., Rockefeller Foundation and Trust for Mutual Understanding
Russian premiere: October 1999 - Ekaterinburg
The production was awarded the Golden Mask (2001) for Best Piece in Contemporary Dance. It was nominated for The Best Work by a choreographer, and Best Set and Costume design
Maple Garden toured the United States, Thailand, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Poland, Lithuania, and Belarus, as well as 16 cities in Russia.
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#coppelia_bot
Provincial Dances Theatre worked with Alexander Pepelyaev, a well-known choreographer and winner of many Russian and international theatre awards, to create a new piece. Alexander Pepelyaev teaches and performs at the Dance and Theatre Centers in Russia, the Baltics, Scandinavia, the United States, Western Europe and Africa.
#Coppelia_bot, his new piece with Provincial Dances Theatre targets a teenage audience. It stems from the comic ballet Coppelia by the French composer Leo Delibes which is based on the novel "The Sandman" by E. Hoffmann.
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SEPIA
The piece was commissioned in 2010 the U.S. by the American Dance Festival (ADF) as a part of the International Choreographers' Program
Russian premiere: October 2011- Ekaterinburg
The piece was awarded the prestigious Bravo award for Best Musical Production (2012). It was also nominated four times for a Golden Mask award in 2013.
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POST ENGAGEMENT. DIPTYCH. PART II
The piece was commissioned in the United States by the American Dance Festival as a part of the International Choreographers' Program with support from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Trust for Mutual Understanding, and the ADF Stephanie Reinhart Fund.
World premiere: July, 2006 – United States
Russian premiere: April, 2007 – Novokuibyshevsk (PoMost Russian Theatre Festival) with support from the Ford Foundation
The piece was awarded the Golden Mask for Best Production in Contemporary Dance (2008)
Restaged (updated version) in 2017
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POST ENGAGEMENT. DIPTYCH. PART I
The performance was commissioned by the Festival VOSTOK (France). Co-production: Festival VOSTOK / Ferme du Grand Béon / ADDIM 89 / and Provincial Dances Theatre
World premiere: October, 2006 - France
Russian premiere: October, 2006 - Moscow (International Contemporary Art Festival "Territory")
The music for the piece was composed and recorded by Hervé Legrand (France).
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