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subsequently became her vocal mentor. Jessica Duchen, " Anna Netrebko: A rare jewel from the East". ''The Independent'', 6 November 2006. Under Gergiev's guidance, Netrebko made her operatic stage debut at the Mariinsky at age 22, as Susanna in ''Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)''. She went on to sing many prominent roles with the Kirov Opera, including Amina in ''La sonnambula'', Pamina in ''Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)'', Rosina in ''Il Barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville)'', and Lucia in ''Lucia di Lammermoor''. Grigorovich was born into a family connected with the Imperial Russian Ballet. He graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School (Imperial Ballet School) in 1946 and danced as a soloist of the Kirov Ballet until 1962. His staging of Sergey Prokofiev's ''The Stone Flower (The Tale of the Stone Flower (Prokofiev))'' (1957) and of ''The Legend of Love (The Legend of Love (ballet))'' (1961) brought him acclaim as a choreographer. In 1964 he moved to the Bolshoi Theatre, where he would work as an artistic director until 1995. His most famous productions at the Bolshoi were ''The Nutcracker'' (1966), ''Spartacus (Spartacus (ballet))'' (1967), and ''Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible (ballet))'' (1975). He controversially reworked ''Swan Lake'' to produce a happy end for the story in 1984. In 1995, he was accused of having allowed the theatre to plunge into stagnation and after many a squabble was ousted from office. Thereupon he choreographed for various Russian companies before settling in Krasnodar, where he set up his own company. Grigorovich has been heading the juries of numerous international competitions in classical ballet. After the death of his wife, the great ballerina Natalia Bessmertnova, on February 19, 2008, he has been offered the opportunity to return to the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) again in the capacity of ballet master and choreographer. birth_date


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there are 15 gymnasiums (Gymnasium (school)), 5 lyceums, 67 schools of general education and 20 specialized schools, as well as 7 non-state lyceums and schools.articles social 2012 01 05 27596 obrazovanie-ega-shkoly-akzameny-shkolniki-licei-shkoly-krasnodara-gimnazii-shkolnye-olimpiady Рейтинг школ: кто первый? «Югополис», 05.01.2011 The city has numerous institutions of higher education, including some state universities ( Kuban State University


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, Noyabrsk, Samara (Samara, Russia), Sochi, Saint Petersburg and Ufa. In this area, descending northward from the principal chain of the Caucasus Mountains to a level plain, are found rich deposits of oil, natural gas, and coal. The major cities are Rostov-on-Don, Krasnodar, Grozny, Vladikavkaz, and Novorossiysk. Sochi is a popular resort. Farm machinery, coal, petroleum, and natural gas are the chief products. The Kuban River region, a fertile black-earth (chernozem) area, is one of the chief granaries of Russia. Wheat, sugar beets, tobacco, rice, and sunflower seeds are grown, and cattle are raised. Other rivers include the Don (Don River (Russia)), the Kuma (Kuma River (Russia)), and the Terek (Terek River), and the Volga-Don Canal is a major transportation route. Russia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-07 A unit, the ''M-261'' (Soviet submarine M-261) is on display in Krasnodar in Russia and another, the ''M-302'' (Soviet submarine M-302) in Odessa in Ukraine. 1942 In January 1942, Army Group von Kleist, which consisted of the First Panzer Army along with the Seventeenth Army (17th Army (Wehtmacht)), was formed with its namesake, von Kleist, in command. Army Group von Kleist played a major role in repulsing the Red Army attack in the Second Battle of Kharkov in May 1942. Army Group von Kleist was disbanded that month. The First Panzer Army, still under von Kleist, which had been attached to Army Group South earlier, became part of Army Group A under Field Marshal Wilhelm List. Army Group A was to lead the thrust into the Caucasus during Operation Blue and capture Grozny and the Baku oilfields (current capital of Azerbaijan). The First Panzer Army was to spearhead the attack. An initially successful attack was led, with Rostov, Maikop, Krasnodar, and the entire Kuban region captured. founded 1932 headquarters Krasnodar, Russia key_people '''Kuban Airlines''' (ОАО «Авиакомпания Кубань») is an airline based in Krasnodar, Russia. Home page. Kuban Airlines. Retrieved on 23 June 2010. "350912, Россия, г. Краснодар, ул. Е.Бершанской, 355" It operates domestic schedules within Russia and international charters. Its main base is Krasnodar International Airport. Its name comes from Kuban Province in southern Russia.


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towns and cities. * Gogol is referenced multiple times in Fyodor Dostoyevsky's ''Crime and Punishment'' and Chekhov (Anton Chekhov)'s ''The Seagull''. While the anti-Russian local insurgencies in the North Caucasus started even before the war, in May 2005, two months after Maskahdov's death, the Chechen separatists officially announced that they had formed a Caucasus Front within the framework of "reforming the system of military-political power." Along with the Chechen


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a substantial tourist attraction. There are several major theater venues for Krasnodar: *The Gorky (Maxim Gorky) Krasnodar State Academic Drama Theater *The Krasnodar Ballet Theater *The Krasnodar State Academic Drama Theater *The Krasnodar Regional Puppet Theater *The Krasnodar Musical Theater *The Children's Ballet Theater "Fugitives" *The Krasnodar State Circus *The Krasnodar Youth Theater *The Ponomarenko Krasnodar Philharmonic *The Kuban Cossack Choir *The Creative Association "


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) and of ''The Legend of Love (The Legend of Love (ballet))'' (1961) brought him acclaim as a choreographer. In 1964 he moved to the Bolshoi Theatre, where he would work as an artistic director until 1995. His most famous productions at the Bolshoi were ''The Nutcracker'' (1966), ''Spartacus (Spartacus (ballet))'' (1967), and ''Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible (ballet))'' (1975). He controversially reworked ''Swan Lake'' to produce a happy end for the story in 1984. In 1995, he was accused of having allowed the theatre to plunge into stagnation and after many a squabble was ousted from office. Thereupon he choreographed for various Russian companies before settling in Krasnodar, where he set up his own company. Grigorovich has been heading the juries of numerous international competitions in classical ballet. After the death of his wife, the great ballerina Natalia Bessmertnova, on February 19, 2008, he has been offered the opportunity to return to the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) again in the capacity of ballet master and choreographer. birth_date


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Krasnodar, Russia occupation Pilot (aviator) '''Gennady Ivanovich Padalka''' ( ) (born June 21, 1958, in Krasnodar, Russia) is a Russian Air Force officer and an RSA cosmonaut. As of June 2010, Gennady ranks sixth for career time in space due to his time on both Mir and the International Space Station. DATE OF BIRTH June 21, 1958 PLACE OF BIRTH Krasnodar, Russia DATE OF DEATH About 40


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million people were affected by the food shortages including areas near Moscow where mortality rates increased by 50% . The center of the famine, however, was Ukraine and surrounding regions, including the Don (River Don, Russia), the Kuban, the Northern Caucasus and Kazakhstan where the toll was one million dead. The countryside was affected more than cities, but 120,000 died in Kharkiv, 40,000 in Krasnodar

and 20,000 in Stavropol. page 167, ''The Black Book of Communism'', ISBN 0-674-07608-7 Russia Team relocation in football is rare if not nonexistent. However, one current top-level basketball team has moved twice in the 2000s. The club founded in 1946 as Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody moved in 2003 to Rostov-on-Don, and then in 2008 to Krasnodar, where it is now known as Lokomotiv-Kuban (PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban). All three of the club's home cities


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and 20,000 in Stavropol. page 167, ''The Black Book of Communism'', ISBN 0-674-07608-7 Russia Team relocation in football is rare if not nonexistent. However, one current top-level basketball team has moved twice in the 2000s. The club founded in 1946 as Lokomotiv Mineralnye Vody moved in 2003 to Rostov-on-Don, and then in 2008 to Krasnodar, where it is now known as Lokomotiv-Kuban (PBC Lokomotiv-Kuban). All three of the club's home cities

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