Moscow City Ballet are bringing their Tchaikovsky Trilogy to Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre - and we've got tickets to give away to the opening night of their legendary production of Swan Lake!

From the cradle of classical ballet, Moscow City Ballet are celebrating the Russian tradition in spectacular style with its Tchaikovsky Trilogy, which runs at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre from February 10th - 15th forthcoming.

Tchaikovsky is the undisputed Tsar of ballet; his sweeping scores have the power to transport audiences from delight to despair, each composition a masterpiece perfectly complementing the dancers and narrative, especially when performed by a full orchestra.

The Moscow City Ballet perform Swan Lake

The original Petipa - Ivanov choreography incorporates the distinctive composition of the late Victor Smirnov-Golovanov, a precious legacy upheld by the new generation of principal dancers, adding a youthful exuberance to these renowned ballets.

The tragedy of Swan Lake, The Nutcracker's festive adventure and the 100-year curse of The Sleeping Beauty are brought to life in exquisite performances by Moscow City Ballet this February at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre...

Natalia Kleymyonova is Odette in Swan Lake

We've got tickets to give away to the opening night of Swan Lake, at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre on Monday, February 10th - to be in with a chance to win, simply follow RTÉ Culture on Twitter or Facebook and tell us this: which composer wrote the music for Swan Lake?

Send us your answer, along with the hashtag #RTESwanLake before 6pm this Friday evening, February 7th 2020. Now get (nut) cracking - and the very best of luck!