Viktoiya Dymonskaya premeires in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker North American Tour for 2017’s 25th Anniversary season as a Featured Ballerina. She performs the frightening Moor Dolls in Act I, opens Act II as the Dove of Peace, a role that is exclusive to Moscow Ballet’s production and in the steamy Arabian Variation using the Acro-Balletic style first embraced and made popular by Sergey Chumakov and Elena Petrichenko. A native of Lviv, Ukraine, Ballerina Viktoriya Dymovskaya was named Honored Artist of Ukraine in 2012, four short years after graduating from the esteemed Lviv School of Ballet and Choreography under the name of Vadim Pisarev. Her pedagogues were G Volodina and E Ogurtsova. Immediately on graduation she was invited to join the National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Donetsk as a Soloist. In 2008 Viktoriya became Prima Ballerina at the Donbass Opera and Ballet Theatre in Donetsk. She was a participant in 12 “The Stars of World Ballet” festivals and has performed in more than in 30 countries around the world.
Viktoiya’s extensiverepertoire includes: “Swan Lake” by Tchaikovsky as Odette, Odile; “Don Quixote” by Minkus as Kitri; “Romeo and Juliette” by Prokofiev and also by Tchaikovsky as Juliette; “Cinderella” by Prokofiev as Cinderella; “Spartacus” by Khachaturian as Fregiya, “Le Corsaire” by Adan as Medora; “La Bayadere” by Minkus as Nikiya; “Arabian Nights” by Amirov as Scheherazade; “Giselle” by Adan as Giselle; “Peer Gynt” by Grieg as Solveig; “Forest Song” by Skorulskiy as Mavka; “Francesca da Rimini” by Tchaikovsky as Francesca; “Sylphs” by Chopin as 7th waltz and prelude; “ Notre-Dame de Paris” by Puny as Esmeralda.