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Flying Act

Perezvony ("The Chimes") was created in 1990 by Valentin Gneushev, with an aerial choreography by Pavel Brun for Cirk Valentin, which performed on Broadway in November and December 1991. It is considered one of Gneushev's most successful acts, and certainly one of the most spectacular. Perezvony, with various flyers, has been featured extensively in European shows, notably with Circus Knie in Switzerland. In 1993, it was awarded the Silver Clown at the International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo. Pavel Brun created new versions of the act for Cirque du Soleil, one of which can be seen in the show Mystère in Las Vegas.

See Also

  • Video: Perezvony at Circus Kronebau in Munich (c.2005)