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Moscow Ballet's Principal Artists
Great Russian Nutcracker


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Yuliya V. Aleinik

The 2014 Moscow Ballet Peace Tour marks soloist Yuliya V. Aleinik’s premiere in North America.  Among the international ballerina’s to watch over the next 5 years, Yulia is a multiple award-winning ballerina. Aleinik hails from former Soviet Union republic Belarus. She was accepted to attend the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts in Minsk, school of Ivan Vasiliev principal dancer with American Ballet Theater since 2012, and graduated with a Diploma of Distinction in 2011.

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Artem Belov

“Honored Artist of Tatarstan” Artem Belov premieres in North America on Moscow Ballet’s 2014 World Peace Tour.   A 1995 graduate of the Kazan Choreographic College, Artem was immediately invited to join the historic Musa Jalil Tatar Academic Opera and Ballet Theater– a grand theater where each season there are two international festivals: one celebrating the Opera House and named after Tatar Feodor Chalyapin, and the other celebrating Ballet and named after Tatar Rudolf Nureyev. Artem quickly learned the entire repertoire of the theater and became one of the leading ballet artists.

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Ekaterina Bortiakova

Ekaterina Bortiakova, epitome of a classical ballerina…to say that I was impressed would be an extreme understatement. Her performance was flawless.” Alt Daily, Virginia Beach VA, Jaime Simpson, December 23, 2009.

Ekaterina Bortiakova returns to Moscow Ballet’s North American tour in 2014 as principal dancer “Masha” with partner Akshol Mussakhanov as “Nutcracker Prince”on the East tour. Born in Kazan, Tatarstan, Bortyakova attended the Jalil State Choreographic School of Kazan, which annually presents the Rudolf Nureyev Festival in honor of the ballet legend whose family also hails from Tatarstan.

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Akzhol Mussakhanov

Akzhol Mussakhanov, a native of Almaty the largest cultural center in Kazakhstan, is Moscow Ballet Principal Danseur performing Nutcracker Prince in the Great Russian Nutcracker and Romeo in Romeo and Juliet on the East tour. He is laureate of the IX International Ballet Competition in Moscow (2001); Serge Lifar International Ballet Competition in Kiev (2004), and Festival of Independence of Kazakhstan, Kzakhstan (2006).

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Olga Pasternak

Soloist Olga Pasternak is an accomplished and beautiful leading ballerina who, despite her young age, has toured the world and performed ballet’s most challenging principal roles with skill, strength and artistic and emotional depth.  Olga hails from Ukraine where she performs as Soloist at the famous Kiev State Theater for Opera and Ballet, known as the third leading ballet house in the world only after Moscow’s and St Petersburg’s.

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Anatolie Ustimov

Anatolie Ustimov is Principal Danseur performing Nutcracker Prince and Romeo in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker and Romeo and Juliet on the West North American tour. He is Laureate of the 2009 International Ballet Competition (IBC) in Moscow and hails from Chisinau, the capitol of Moldova, a republic of the former Soviet Union.  He debuted as the Nutcracker Prince on the eastern leg of the 2010 Great Russian Nutcracker tour to critical acclaim.

“Masha and the Prince, a handsome pair of principal dancers,”  -iionarts.com, DC

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Alisa Voronova

Born in Kyiv, Ukraine, Alisa Voronova was accepted to and graduated from the famous Kiev State School of Choreography which has also produced ballet superstar Svetlana Zakharova, now soloist with the Bolshoi Ballet, and many more.  Voronova received a diploma from the International Ballet Competition “Youth in the Ballet” in Kiev 3 years prior to graduating from ballet school and was participant of the International Ballet Festival “World Ballet Stars” in the Grand Pas contest in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Fedir Zarodyshev

Fedir, a native of Kiev Ukraine, graduated from the highly esteemed Kiev State School of Ballet and Choreography under the teacher S. Lahtionovin 2011. Since then he has danced at the Kiev Municipal Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre for Children and Youth, and from his first year there he has danced as Soloist. Fedir is a participant of different tours around the world with the Kiev Theatre and as guest artist with other ballet companies. He is premiering with Moscow Ballet in the 2014 World Peace tour to over 80 North American cities.

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