An evening with Nikolai Tsiskaridze at the Russian House in Brussels turned out to be an exciting event, during which his autobiography “MY THEATER” was presented. On April 27, the hall was filled with guests eager to hear stories from the life of the outstanding artist.

Nikolai Tsiskaridze is not only a great ballet master but also a skilled storyteller. His autobiography is based on personal records, which makes it even more vivid and sincere. He talked about his childhood, his studies at the choreographic school, the challenges of starting his career, and the joys of creativity. Each page of the book is like a mysterious kaleidoscope, revealing to the reader not only the history of ballet but also a wide range of people he has had the opportunity to meet.

In addition to discussing the book, the meeting provided an opportunity to ask questions about the place of Russian ballet in world culture, discuss contemporary art and its role in everyone’s life, and learn about the plans of the rector of the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet.