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BALLET TEACHER AT THE SCHOOL OF HAMBURG BALLET
was born in1970 Tomsk, Russia. 1981-1989 Graduate from Leningrad Academic Choreographic School Vaganova directed by Konstantin Sergeyev (Class-Ninel’ Kurgapkina).1989 - Admitted to the Mariinsky Ballet Theatre as a soloist, directed by Oleg Vinogradov. In 1992 she joined the HAMBURG BALLET as a soloist and was promoted to principal in 1994 - 2014. John Neumeier created numerous roles and soli for her including: Penelope in „Odyssee“, Ophelia in „Hamlet“, Romola Nijinsky in „Nijinsky“ and Irina Nikolajewna Arkadina in „The Seagull”. Swedish choreograph Mats Ek created: „Opinion loosely grazing“, „Sleeping beauty“ Golden fairy. She also danced a wide-ranging repertory. 2014 - Graduated from teacher education courses in the field of ballet art in the Canadian National Ballet School of Toronto under the supervision of Mavis Staines. 2014 - Teacher of the Hamburg Ballet School and Hamburg Ballet John Neumeier. 1988 - Bronze medallist Competition „Vaganova“.1989 - Starred in the television film-ballet „The Little Humpbacked Horse”, „Frescoes“. 1990 - Feature film Leonid Menaker „Dog Feast“ the role of Natasha.1991- Participated in the video film „Kirov Classics”, „Les Sylphides“, „Paquita“, choreography M.Fokine, M.Petipa. 1991 - Starred in the video film „The Stone Flower“ (The role of Catherine, choreography by Yuri Grigorovich). 1992 - Participated in the TV show „Arsenio Hall Show“ Hollywood, Los Angeles.1994 - Silver medal winner Competition „Maya” directed by Maya Plisetskaya, and a special prize from „Sergey Diaghilev House” 1996 - Nomination and diploma handed by Yuri Grigorovich in the contest „Le Benois de la Danse” for the role of Marguerite Gautier in the ballet „La Dame aux camelias“ choreography by John Neumeier. 1997 - Award winner of Dr. Wilhelm-Oberdörffer Preis. 2001 - Starred in DVD Illusions - like „Swan Lake“ The role of Odette, choreography by Lev Ivanov, Marius Petipa, John Neumeier.