Sergey Klyatchin performs the role of Nutcracker Prince and the French Variation in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker. Klyatchin is the 2017 Laureate Prix Of Excellence winner from the Teatro Greco Festival in Italy and graduated from the Kyiv State Choreographic School in 2006 in the Class of Teacher V. Denisenko. Upon graduation, he was immediately accepted at Donetsk National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Anatoly Solovyanenko.
Since 2007, he has performed the Prince in the scenes of the Nutcracker Ballet; the Pas de Trois, Venetian Dance, and Prince Fortune Luskunchik in Swan Lake; "Splashing the Beautiful" by P. Tchaikovsky; Solor, Golden God, and Soloist in La Bayadere, Lucien in Paquita by L. Minkus; Kerubino in Le Nozze di Figaro by Amadeus Mozart; Leshua in The Master and Margarita, as taken from an adaptation of Bulgakov’s novel; Faust in Valpurgiєeva Nich by Gounod; Franz's friend in the Viennese Waltz; Paris in Romeo and Juliet by Sergey Prokofiev; Count Vishenka in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by B. Pavlovsky; and as Beranger in Raymonda by O. Glazunov. Sergey has toured around the world to countries including France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Greece, Switzerland, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada, Mexico and more.