Born in Barnaul. Graduated from Novosibirsk Choreographic College in 2003 (teacher Alexander Shelemov).
He joined the Universal Ballet Company under the direction of Oleg Vinogradov (Seoul, Republic of Korea) in 2003 and remained there until the year 2007 (teacher Evgeny Neff).
Repertoire with this company:
Prince (Nutcracker, choreography by V. Vainonen)
Prince Siegfried (Swan Lake, O. Vinogradov’s version)
Count Albrecht (Giselle)
Basilio (Don Quixote, O. Vinogradov’s version)
Mercutio, Paris (Romeo and Juliet, choreography by O. Vinogradov)
Prince Desire (The Sleeping Beauty)
Duende to music of C. Debussy (choreography by N. Duato)
All shall be to music of J.S. Bach (choreography by H. Spoerli)
Minus 7 to the music of different composers (choreography by O. Naharin)
Serious Variations to the music of F. Mendelssohn (choreography by C. Wheeldon)
K. B. Picard’s Shim Chung (choreography by A. Dellas-Thornton)
K. B. Picard’s Love of ChunHwang (choreography by B. Yoo, E. Neff) — creator of the leading male part (2007)
Toured with Universal Ballet Company in the USA and Japan.
2007-08, he was the principal with the Zurich Ballet
(Switzerland), where he rehearsed under François Petit and Jean-François Boisnon. Performed parts in ballet productions by Heinz Spoerli:
) Prince Siegfried
) Peer Gynt
to music of E. Grieg, B. Deans, M.-A. Turnage) — creator Soloist
(The Winds in the Void
to music of J.S. Bach) Soloist
to music of A. Berg)
Being part of the Zurich Ballet, he toured in Thailand, Singapore, Egypt and Germany.
In 2008-11, he was the principal with the K. S. Stanislavsky and Vl. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre
(teacher Arkady Nikolaev).
Repertoire at this theatre:
, V. Burmeister’s version) Count Albrecht
, choreography by J. Coralli, J. Perrot and M. Petipa) Basilio
, choreography by A. Gorsky, A. Chichinadze) Prince
, choreography by O. Vinogradov) Phoebus
(C. Puni’s Esmeralda
, choreography by V. Burmeister) Prince
, choreography by V. Vainonen) Gennaro
, choreography by A. Bournonville) Soloist
(Grand Pas from Paquita
, choreography by M. Petipa) Soloist
, choreography by M. Fokine) Armand
(Marguerite and Armand
to music of F. Liszt, choreography by F. Ashton) Soloist
to music of F. Chopin, choreography by D.Bryantsev) Soloist
to music of H.Villa-Lobos, W. Tisso, choreography by N. Duato) Soloist
(Slice to Sharp
to music of H. Biber, A. Vivaldi, choreography by J. Elo) Soloist
(La petite mort
to music by W.A. Mozart, choreography by J. Kilian) Edward/Prince
(L. Auerbach’s The Little Mermaid
, choreography by J. Neumeier)
Tours in Greece, Japan and Spain.
In 2007-2011, he was a guest soloist with Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre, among the roles in this theatre — Count Albrecht (Giselle), Orgeat Prince (Nutcracker, choreography by L. Ivanov, V. Vainonen, S. Vikharev), Prince Desire (The Sleeping Beauty, K. Sergeyev’s version), Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux (choreography by G. Balanchine).
In 2008 he danced as a guest soloist at the Mikhailovsky Theatre in St.Petersburg. Amongst his parts there — the title part in Romeo and Juliet (premiere, choreography by O. Vinogradov), Count Albrecht (Giselle, N. Dolgushin’s version).
In 2011, performed the role of Count Albrecht in Giselle with the Tokyo Ballet (opposite Diana Vishneva).
Projects and Festivals:
2010, 2011 — Vladimir Malakhov and Friends (Berlin State Ballet)
2010 — International Festival of Classical Ballet named after Rudolf Nureyev (Kazan); the Festival in honor of the centenary of Vakhtang Chabukiani (Tbilisi); gala in honor of Maya Plisetskaya (Paris, Moscow).
2011 — Dance Open Festival (St. Petersburg), Diana Vishneva gala (Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg) and others.
In the season 2011/12 joined the Bolshoi ballet (teacher Alexander Vetrov).