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«Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs» for children


2022 / 2023                 Main Hall                  the 10th Season

2 February * Sunday * 12.00 pm



Tibor Kocsák

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Children's Ballet in Two Acts



Libretto by Gyula Harangozó based on the eponymous fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm


Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes (with one interval)

Management reserves the right to substitute artists


Premiere at the Estonian National Opera: 1 February 2008

Premiere at the Astana Opera: 19, 20 November 2021


Production of the Hungarian State Opera




Choreographer: Gyula Harangozó

Music Director and Conductor: Arman Urazgaliyev

Set Designer: Kentaur

Costume Designer: Rita Velich

Lighting Designer: Mikhail Yepanchin

Assistant of the Choreographer: Blanka Fajth

Assistant of the Set Designer: Peter Halász G.

Teachers-Repetiteurs: Honoured Worker of Kazakhstan Rustem Seitbekov, Galiya Begalina, Damira Zainullina, Nikolay Korshunov


Artistic Director of the Ballet Company –

Altynai ASYLMURATOVA, People’s Artist of Russia



The ballet Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, written by Hungarian composer Tibor Kocsák in collaboration with choreographer Gyula Harangozó, brought its creators worldwide fame. The production has been shown 120 times at the Hungarian State Opera, the Erkel Theatre and the Open-Air Festival in Szeged. It is one of the most frequently staged ballets of our time, which successfully represents the national culture of Hungary in countries such as Estonia, Russia, Finland, Australia, Hong Kong, Macau.


The Brothers Grimm’s fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is probably known to all children. This is a story about a beautiful orphan princess and an evil stepmother who often asks the mirror who is the most beautiful woman in the world. Jealousy for the grown-up Snow White pushes the queen to do evil – she orders the servant to kill the girl in the forest, but the princess manages to hide in the dwarf’s house. Who and how will save Snow White from her stepmother's persecution, children (and adults too) will learn from the ballet-fairy tale about good and evil, trustfulness, purity and true love.





Please note: there are animals (pigeons) in the performance