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Polovtsian Dances from GP at the Met: Prince Igor

The Polovtsian Dances is one of the most popular pieces of Russian classical music and in this "Prince Igor," designed and directed by Dmitri Tcherniakov, the cast moves through a breathtaking field of red poppies. GP at the Met: Prince Igor airs on PBS on Sunday, June 22 (check local listings).
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