Ballet in two acts, five scenes with a prologue.
Libretto: by V.Sergeev.
Choreographer: The People's Artist, Laureate of the State Prize of Georgia, Professor Georgy Aleksidze.
Musical Director and Conductor: Honored Art worker of Uzbekistan, Laureate of the State Prize Anvar Ergashev;
Artist: Honored Art Worker of Georgia Yuri Gegeshidze.
Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes.
The first premiere on the stage of the SABT nsmed after A.Navoi took place in 2005.
The performance is dedicated to the symbol of the State Heraldry of the Republic of Uzbekistan - the Khumo bird. It is a romantic ballet-tale in 2 acts. In 2007, the author was awarded the title of Laureate of the State Prize of the 1st degree for the music for the performance.
Khumo is a magical bird-peri, a bird-legend of beauty, happiness and love, the leader of the realm of bizarre birds, who, flying to the ground, drop their plumage and turn into girls. Wandering through the mountains, a skilled potter and master of minting Zagar sees this beautiful sight and falls in love with one of them, the bird-girl Zuleykha. They will have to overcome many difficulties, so that love will triumph and they will be able to unite. This is the cunning of the avaricious ruler of Karun Khalifa, the evil hunter Mansur and others... But justice will triumph, happiness will come on the earth, a beautiful city of the future will grow up, and the bird of happiness - Khumo will help in everything and be a talisman of Well-being and Justice.