On February 22, Giselle was performed at Nordea, a concert hall in Tallinn that is considered to be the best state-of-the-art music venue in Scandinavia. The dancers' daily classical barre classes, in turn, were held at the Tallinna Filharmoonia, the historical 15th-century building of the Tallinn Philharmonic Society, located in the city's Old Town.


The dancers from the Leonid Yacobson Ballet Theatre performed The Nutcracker and Giselle in four Italian cities, at the best venues of the most famous theatres, all of which have fascinating history and inimitably beautiful architecture.


From mid-January to early February, the company of the Leonid Yacobson Ballet Theatre travelled across France and Switzerland, giving performances of The Nutcracker and Giselle. This extensive tour spanned three weeks, seven cities, and twelve shows.


During the New Year's festivities, the Leonid Yacobson company went on a tour to Cannes. On December 31, January 1, and January 3, the French audience got a chance to see two ballets from the theatre's classical repertoire: The Nutcracker, with music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and choreography by Vasili Vainonen, and Giselle, with music by Adolphe Adam and choreography by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot, and Marius Petipa.


On December 19 and 20, the renovated building of the at the Tovstonogov Russian State Academic Bolshoi Drama Theatre hosted the Leonid Yacobson Theatre's interpretation of Romeo and Juliet, with music by Sergey Prokofiev. The ballet was performed to a full house and became the main première of the season. Igor Konyaev wrote the libretto and directed the production, while Anton Pimonov was responsible for the choreography.


The Third Saint-Petersburg International Cultural Forum began with an official opening ceremony, which was held on December 7 in the historical building of the Alexandrinsky Theatre. The best performing artists of Saint-Petersburg made their contributions to this grand event, marking both the end of the National Year of Culture in Russia and the 250th anniversary of the State Hermitage Museum.


On November 25, the Leonid Yacobson Ballet Theatre brought its Faces of Modern Choreography one-act ballet recital to the opera theatre in Nice, France. The performance was part of the Days of Saint-Petersburg in Nice campaign, held from November 24 to November 28.


From November 8 to November 10, the Saint-Petersburg State Academic Leonid Yacobson Ballet Theatre went on a tour to Crimea, which was supported and encouraged by the Russian Ministry of Culture. The dancers performed Vasili Vainonen's version of The Nutcracker.


The Leonid Yacobson Company won the prestigious European dance award in the Best Production nomination and received the trophy from the ballet critic and jury member Nataliya Zozulina, during an official ceremony, which was held at the legendary rotunda in Mayakovsky street.


The Leonid Yacobson Ballet Theatre was won the Taglioni European Ballet Award. The company led the Best Production nomination at this prestigious European dance competition.