In he title part in Spartacus. Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
In he title part in Spartacus.
Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
In he title part in Spartacus.Photo by Mikhail Logvinov.
In he title part in Spartacus.
Photo by Mikhail Logvinov.
In he title part in Spartacus. Maria Vinogradova as Phrygia. Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
In he title part in Spartacus. Maria Vinogradova as Phrygia.
Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
As Prince Kurbsky in Ivan the Terrible. Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
As Prince Kurbsky in Ivan the Terrible. Photo by Ekaterina Vladimirova.
As Evil Genius in Swan Lake. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Evil Genius in Swan Lake. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Espada in Don Quixote.Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Espada in Don Quixote.
Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake. Photo by Valeria Komissarova.
As Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake. Photo by Valeria Komissarova.
As Jean de Brienne in Raymonda.Olga Smirnova as Raymonda. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Jean de Brienne in Raymonda.
Olga Smirnova as Raymonda. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
In the title part in Onegin. Anastasia Goryacheva as Tatiana. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
In the title part in Onegin. Anastasia Goryacheva as Tatiana. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
In the title part in Onegin. MariaVinogradova as Olga. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
In the title part in Onegin. MariaVinogradova as Olga. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Nutcracker-Prince in Nutcracker. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Nutcracker-Prince in Nutcracker. Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Count Albrecht in Giselle. In the title part Ekaterina Krysanova.Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Count Albrecht in Giselle. In the title part Ekaterina Krysanova.
Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Count Albrecht in Giselle. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Count Albrecht in Giselle. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Pechorin in A Hero of Our Time. Ana Turazashvili as Bela.Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Pechorin in A Hero of Our Time. Ana Turazashvili as Bela.
Photo by Damir Yusupov.
As Basilio in Don Quixote. Svetlana Zakharova as Kitri.Photo by Svetlana Postoenko.
As Basilio in Don Quixote. Svetlana Zakharova as Kitri.
Photo by Svetlana Postoenko.
Frank Bridge Variations.Opposite Ekaterina Shipulina.Photo by Elena Fetisova.
Frank Bridge Variations.
Opposite Ekaterina Shipulina.
Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Solor in La Bayadere. Svetlana Zakharova as Nikia.Photo  by Mikhail Logvinov.
As Solor in La Bayadere. Svetlana Zakharova as Nikia.
Photo by Mikhail Logvinov.
As Boris in The Golden Age. Photo by Svetlana Postoenko
As Boris in The Golden Age. Photo by Svetlana Postoenko
Etudes. As Principal Dancer. Opposite Yulia Stepanova. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
Etudes. As Principal Dancer. Opposite Yulia Stepanova. Photo by Elena Fetisova.
As Vronsky in Anna Karenina. Svetlana Zakharova in the title part. Photo by Mikhail Logvinov.
As Vronsky in Anna Karenina. Svetlana Zakharova in the title part. Photo by Mikhail Logvinov.

Nearest performances

La Bayadere 4 December

Awards

2014 – Soul of Dance Prize in the Rising Star category from Ballet Magazine.
2016 – Oleg Yankovsky Prize from Bosco di Ciliegi Festival.
2017 — the Benois de la danse International Dance Association prize for the performance of the role of Solor in La Bayadere;
he was voted The Best Dancer of the Year (2016) by the Italian Danza & Danza magazine.
2018 — Presidential Prizes to young culture professionals.

						

Biography

Born in Moscow. In 2009, after graduation from Moscow State Academic Dance Theatre Gzhel he joined the Bolshoi Ballet Company where he started to rehearse with Nikolai Tsiskaridze. Then he rehearsed under Yuri Vladimirov. Now his master-repetiteur is Alexander Vetrov.

In 2013, graduated from Bolshoi Ballet Academy (The Faculty of Education).

Repertoire

2010
Blue Bird
(The Sleeping Beauty by P.Tchaikovsky, choreography by M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version)
Friends to Juliet (Romeo and Juliet by S. Prokofiev. Production by Y. Grigorovich)
Flamenco (Carmen Suite by J. Bizet-R. Shchedrin, choreography by A. Alonso)
Friends to Colas (La Fille mal gardée by L. Hérold, choreography by F. Ashton)
Part in Serenade to music by P.Tchaikovsky (choreography by G. Balanchine)
Two pairs in Part 2 (Symphony in C, choreography by G. Balanchine)
Grand Pas (Raymonda by A. Glazunov, choreography by M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version)
Waltz (Swan Lake by P.Tchaikovsky, Y. Grigorovich’s second version)
Grand Pas (La Bayadere by L. Minkus, choreography by M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version)
Servants to the God of the River Nile, Two Cavaliers, Fisherman (C. Pugni’s La Fille du Pharaon; P. Lacotte production after M. Petipa)
Final Waltz and Apotheosis (Nutcracker by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by Y. Grigorovich)
Part in Rubies (Part II of Jewels to music by I.Stravinsky, choreography by G. Balanchine)

2011
Part in Class Concert
to music by A. Glazunov, A. Lyadov, A. Rubinstein, D. Shostakovich (choreography by Asaf Messerer)
Soloist (Serenade)
Florent, a friend to Phoebus (C. Pugni’s Esmeralda, choreography by M. Petipa, production and new choreographic version by Y. Burlaka, V. Medvedev)
Bernard (Raymonda)
Antoine Mistral (B. Asfiev’s The Flames of Paris, production and new choreography by A. Ratmansky after V. Vainonen)
Little Count Cherry (Cipollino by K. Khachaturyan, G. Mayorov production)
Part in The Symphony of Psalms to music by I. Stravinsky (choreography by J. Kylian)
Pages of Lilac Fairy's Suite, Foreign Princes seeking Aurora's hand in marriage (The Sleeping Beauty)

2012
Slave
(La Bayadere)
Soloist in Dance with Fans (Le Corsaire by A. Adam; choreography by M. Petipa, production and new choreography by A. Ratmansky and Y. Burlaka)
Paris (Romeo and Juliet)
Part in Diamonds (Part III of Jewels to music by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by G. Balanchine) – among the creators at the Bolshoi Theatre)
Duet (Dream of Dream to music of S. Rachmaninov, choreography by J. Elo)
Lord Wilson-Taor (Pharaoh’s Daughter)
Prince Kurbsky (Ivan the Terrible to music by S. Prokofiev, choreography by Y. Grigorovich)

2013
Spartacus
(Spartacus by A. Khachaturian, choreography by Y. Grigorovich)
Artynov (Anyuta to music by V. Gavrilin, choreography by V. Vasiliev)
The Evil genius (Swan Lake)
Toreador (Don Quixote by L. Minkus, choreography by M. Petipa, A. Gorsky in a version by A. Fadeyechev)

2014
Prince Siegfried
(Swan Lake)
Gaston Rieux (Lady of the Camellias to music by F. Chopin, choreography by J. Neumeier)
Jean de Brienne (Raymonda)
Onegin (Onegin to music by P.Tchaikovsky, choreography by J. Cranko)
Ferkhad (A Legend of Love by A. Melikov, choreography by Y. Grigorovich)
The Nutcracker-Prince (Nutcracker)

2015
Prince Frederici
(Marco Spada by D.-F.-E. Auber, P. Lacotte production)
Armand Duval (Lady of the Camellias)
Count Albrecht (A. Adam’s Giselle, choreography by J. Coralli, J. Perrot, M.s Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version)
Jose (Carmen Suite, within the framewirk of Gala in honor of Maya Plisetskaya 90th anniversary)
Pechorin (A Hero of Our Time by I. Demutsky, Bela part, choreography by Y. Possokhov, director K. Serebrennikov)

2016
Basilio
(Don Quixote in the second A. Fadeyechev version)
The Leading Couple (Frank Bridge Variations to music by Benjamin Britten, choreography by H. van Manen ) – creation at the Bolshoi Theatre
Solor (La Bayadere)
Conrad (Le Corsaire) – debut on the Bolshoi Theatre tour to London
Boris (The Golden Age by Dmitry Shostakovich, choreography by Yuri Grigorovich)

2017
Prince Desire
(The Sleeping Beauty)
Principal Dancer (Etudes to music by Carl Czerny, choreography by H. Lander)

2018
Alexei Vronsky
(Anna Karenina to music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Alfred Shnitke, Cat Stevens / Yusuf Islam, choreography by John Neumeier) — creation at the Bolshoi Theatre

2019
Soloist Part 2
(Symphony in C to music by G. Bizet, choreography by G. Balanchine)
Father (Gaîté Parisienne to music by Jacques Offenbach/ Manuel Rosenthal, choreography by M.Bejart)

Tours

January 2014 – Jose in Carmen Suite (Mariinsky Theatre,within the framework of Gala in honor of Olga Moiseyeva, the great dancer and ballet teacher; Svetlana Zakharova as Carmen).
February 2014 — The Golden Slave (Shekherazada/Russian Ballet, E. Faski production as part of Sochi Olympic Closing Ceremony).
April 2014 — Prince Siegfried (XIV Mariinsky International Ballet Festival, Oxana Skorik as Odette/Odile).
October 2015 — Jose in Carmen Suite (San Carlo, Naples, Svetlana Zakharova as Carmen).
May-June-July 2016 — Svetlana Zakharova’s project Amore/ Paolo in Y. Possokhov’s Francesca da Rimini (Modena, Parma, the Bolshoi Theatre, Ravenna, Genova, Monte-Carlo).
July 2016 — Jose in Carmen Suite (Politeama, Naples, Svetlana Zakharova as Carmen).
January-February 2017 – title part in Spartacus (choreography by Yuri Grigorovich) with the Royal Ballet of Flanders (Antwerp/ Gent, Belgium). 
July 2017 — Giselle with Teatro Massimo Ballet/ Palermo, Teatro di Verdura stage (choreography by R. Nuñez, staged by P. Manieri; Svetlana Zakharova in the title part).
October 2017 — Giselle with the Sofia National Ballet, The National Palace of Culture stage (Svetlana Zakharova in the title part).
June, December 2018 – title part in Spartacus (choreography by Y. Grigorovich) with NOVAT (Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre) Ballet Company.
October 2018 – Solor in La Bayadere (choreography by M. Petipa, V. Ponomaryov and V. Chabukiani version) with NOVAT Ballet Company (Nikia – Eleonora Sevenard) in the framework of 18th Alla Shelest Classical Ballet Festival.
November 2018 – La Bayadere with Korean Universal Ballet Company at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul, Korea (Svetlana Zakharova as Nikia).
General sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Ingosstrakh Insurance Company
General partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is investment group Absolute
Privileged sponsor of the Bolshoi Theatre is Credit Suisse bank
Privileged partner of the Bolshoi Theatre is GUM
Bolshoi Ballet Official Sponsor is Nestlé company