Adel Kinzikeev

Featured danseur Adel Kinzikeev was born in Naberezhye Chelny in Tartarstan, Russia and graduated in 2000 in from the Ufa Choreography and Ballet School named after R. Nureyev, also a native of Tartarstan. He studied under teacher Inna Dorofeeva, Honored Artist of Ukraine and under Pedagogue V. Shapkin. In 2012 he was invited to become a Principal Dancer at Donbass Opera and Ballet Theatre in Donetsk. In 2008 Adel was invited to become Principal Danseur in the Donbas Opera and Ballet Theatre. In 2014 he invited to performed as Principal Danseur for the Lvov National Opera. He participated in “The Stars of World Ballet Festival” in Donetsk from 2008 to 2013; “Estrelas do Ballet” in Brazil 2015, 2016 and 2017; and Gala concert in Cyprus 2016 and 2017; In 2017 he performed as a member of the jury in the “Festival della Danza Maiori Grandi Eventi;” in 2018 performed in the Gala concert “The Stars of World Ballet” in Kharkov and in Odessa; and in the Gala concert “Vivat Ballet” in Odessa. Laureate of International Competition “Caspi Art” - Grand Pri. He is Laureate of the International Ballet Competition “Caspian Art” - Grand Prix.

Adel is a strong and dashing Principal dancer having performed every lead role in the classic repertoire of ballet and has performed in more than in 30 countries around the world. In “Swan Lake” by Tchaikovsky he danced Siegfried, Rothbart, Beno, and the Jester; “Romeo and Juliette” by Prokofiev as Romeo, Mercutio, and Tybalt; “Sleeping Beauty” by Tchaikovsky as Blue Bird Variation; “Nutcracker” by Tchaikovsky he danced the Nutcracker Prince and Rat King; “Spartacus” by Khachaturian as Spartacus and Crassus; “Le Corsaire” by Adan in the Pas de Sclav; “Don Quixote” by Minkus as Basil; “Arabian nights” by Amirov as Shahryar and slave; “Giselle” by Adan in Pas de Deux; “Peer Gynt” by Grieg as Peer Gynt; “Forest song” by Skorulskiy as Perelestnik; “Francesca da Rimini” by Tchaikovsky as Giotto; “Notre-Dame de Paris” by Puny as Quasimodo, Claude Frollo, and Phoebus; “Cinderella” by Prokofiev as Minister of Dancing; “Carmen”  by Shchedrin as Escamillo; “Cipollino” by Khachaturian.