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Igor Moiseyev transformed the national dances of the Soviet Union into pure art and theatre of the highest calibre. His company, the Moiseyev Dance Company, was the Soviet Union's first professional folk-dance troupe. It achieved great international success with programmes that merged folk tradition with Moiseyev's choreographic artistry and the performing skills of classically trained dancers.
Coming to the Royal Albert Hall in 1964 for 20 performances which included their own brand of Beatlemania, a satirical modern ballet on life in the West in which four Beatle dancers take on the roles of Paul, John, Ringo and George - complete with wigs.
Image is a reproduction of the poster from 1964.