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SETH YVES has successfully practiced various ballet disciplines, all of which trained him as a great dancer and as a result he was admitted to the Moscow Academy of Choreography. After graduating, he became a member of the Metropolitan Opera Ballet Company in New York. Among his accomplishments is also his participation in multiple Broadway shows.
EGOR ALFEROV was born in Moscow into a family of classical dancers. He graduated from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in 2015 and was immediately accepted into the Bolshoi Theatre Company. His teachers include Andrei Smirnov and Valery Lagunov.
JAMES STOUT studied in Canada and then at The Royal Ballet School in London. In 2007 he was accepted in the Dutch National Ballet Company. He has successfully participated in international competitions in Bulgaria, Hong Kong and China. Currently, James performs as a principal dancer in classical and contemporary ballet for the Dutch National Ballet, The Netherlands.
She was born in London. She began her training as a ballerina at The Royal Ballet School and in Birmingham, at the Elmhurst School of Dance. She completed her studies and graduated from the same school. She finally trained as a ballerina thanks to her mother, Masha Mukhamedova, who had been a soloist at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Since 2008 Sasha has been a member of the Dutch National Ballet Company and since 2017 she can be enjoyed as a principal dancer. She has won awards at different international competitions in the USA, Bulgaria and China. Her repertoire includes numerous classical and contemporary solos.
MELISSA HAMILTON is an Irish child prodigy who became a star of the Royal Ballet (London) and a member of the international club of elite dancers whose participation arouses great expectation all over the world.
She created roles for choreographer Wayne Mc Gregor (Royal Ballet) in productions such as Infra, Limen, Carbon Life, Acis and Galatea. In 2011 she won the Gold Medal at the International Soul Ballet Competition and in 2015 she was featured as "woman of the month" by Elle magazine. Melissa finished her two-year contract with the Dresden Opera and returned to the Royal Ballet.
Principal dancer of the National Opera of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. She is one of the most prominent dancers in her country, and is often invited to participate in international galas. Andrea also danced at the Sibiu Ballet Theatre, and won several gold medals in different ballet competitions in Romania and Italy. She also holds a master's degree in ballet pedagogy.
Jared Wright is a graduate of the Australian School of Ballet. He has danced with the Australian National Ballet and the Dutch National Ballet, where he was promoted to second soloist in 2016. His repertoire consists of many prominent classical and neoclassical roles, as well as contemporary ballets including Four Last Songs by Rudi Van Dantzig.
Before joining the national opera in Cluj-Napocoa, Romania, as a principal dancer in 2011, Dan Haja was a soloist with the ballet theater of Sibiu. Currently, Dan Haja performs all major roles and often participates in international galas.
Graduated with honors in classical ballet, she studied choreography at the St. Petersburg State Conservatory Rimsky-Korsakov. Throughout her artistic career she has participated in various prestigious international competitions in different countries, always obtaining excellent results. He has developed his professional career mainly in St. Petersburg participating as a soloist in emblematic works such as The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty or Romeo and Juliet. In addition to the classics, her versatility has led her to participate in contemporary dance works.
Graduated in Classical Ballet from Vaganova Academy, he won the first prize at the 'Rigas Pavasaris' ballet dancers competition in Riga in 2016. He is currently a dancer, teacher and art director at Haikou International Theater in China. He has developed part of his career as a classical dancer at the Mariinsky Theater and since 2012 he has been seen in different companies as a soloist performing the great titles of ballet history such as Romeo and Juliet, Harlequinada, Sleeping Beauty, Romeo and Juliet, Giselle or The Nutcracker, a work that brought him to Spain by the hand of Wennare Dance Company to perform a special collaboration.
Eva Alonso Martínez
Graduated with honors in Contemporary Dance at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma, her professional career has taken her from Lisbon to Italy, passing through Spain where she has participated in the filming of several commercials. She has also worked with renowned companies such as La Fura dels Baus.
From there to founding his own company there was only one step and the luck of finding the perfect traveling companions, the Felipe VI Auditorium in Estepona and the choreographer Yuri Gudushauri.
Juan Antonio Pereira Márquez
She combines in her staging the elegance of classical ballet with the race of flamenco and the power of sports gymnastics to which she adds the training in Contemporary Dance at the Royal Conservatory Professional Mariemma. With several gymnastics championships to his credit, his expressive ability also led him to win the First Prize for Contemporary Dance in the XX National Dance Competition of the City of Castellón.
Estrella Martín Picanes
Her training has led her to follow courses from New York to Japan. With a restless spirit, her work can be seen in Leiva's video clip 'Lluvia en los zapatos', among many other works. Specialising in contemporary dance at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma, she obtained the honorable mention for best dancer and the Virginia Valero extraordinary award. From there to founding her own company there was only one step and the luck to find the perfect travel companions, the Felipe VI Auditorium in Estepona and the choreographer Yuri Gudushauri.
Pablo Badilla Soler
Also trained at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de danza Mariemma in Madrid, he is a versatile dancer with experience in both contemporary dance shows and musicals. He has also been a dancer with the Compañía de Teatro Lírico Andaluz, specializing in Zarzuela.
Dakota Comín Cerezo
His love for dance has led him to travel the peninsula from end to end to take courses and specializations. With studies in the Degree of Visual Arts and Dance at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid, she won the First Prize in the Microdanza Contest, DT espacio danza, Madrid, with a piece in which she was a dancer and choreographer.
Passionate about contemporary dance since childhood, she has been on stage since she was a child, participating in shows during the Biennale of Contemporary Art in Lyon, the city where she studied professional contemporary dance at the Conservatoire National de Musique et de Danse.
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Internationally renowned pianist Anastasya Terenkova combines French poise and native spirit with "the speed and passion of a Formula One driver" - according to The New York Times.
Living in Paris, Anastasya has won several international piano competitions, including the Cincinnati Dorothy MacKenzie Artist Recognition Award and the New York "Gawon" Award.
He has performed throughout Europe, North America, South America and South Africa in venues such as Bozar, Brussels, Helsinki Art Center, Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, Teatro Coliseo, Buenos Aires and at major music festivals - King's Place, Ljubljana, Mittelfest, "Piano aux Jacobins", Le Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, Menton, IKIF New York.
In January 2016, Anastasya was invited by Hollywood actor John Malkovich to perform in his new project "Report on the Blind", which has received popular and critical acclaim. In 2022 they co-created together a new show called "The Infamous Ramirez Hoffmann".
Born in St. Petersburg in 1975, Dmitri Makhtin began his musical education at the age of four with his parents, both professional violinists, and entered the Music School for Gifted Children in 1981.
In 1989, he won first prize in the Russian violinists' competition, and in 1990, he won a scholarship from the Young Musicians Foundation and the Idyllwild Arts Academy (California), and later studied with P. Hirshhorn and H. Krebbers.
Dmitri Makhtin made his debut in 1997 in Paris with the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, conducted by Yevgeny Svetlanov, and in 1998 in the United States with the Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin.
Makhtin has been laureate of international competitions such as Kloster Schontal, Niccolò Paganini, Louis Spohr, Tibor Varga, Montreal, Sibelius and Praetoria.
Since then, he has performed with the philharmonic orchestras of Monte-Carlo, Marseille, Hong-Kong, City of Prague, Radio France and St. Petersburg; with the symphony orchestras of Swedish Radio, Euskadi, Singapore and Dallas; as well as with the Orchestre National de Montpellier, the Orchestre National de Lille or the European Soloists of Luxembourg. Dmitri Makhtin is regularly invited to the festivals of St. Petersburg, Lisbon, PietraSanta, La Folle Journée de Nantes and Tokyo, La Roque d'Anthéron, Menton, Salzburg, Radio France Montpellier, Festival de Musique de Saint-Denis, Automne en Normandie and Leiden (of which he is artistic director).
He also performs, with an 1863 Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume violin, in recitals and chamber music in the most prestigious halls in the world: Centre des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Lincoln Center in New York, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht, Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
Described as "Sensational" by ABC, Georgi Anichenko has won prizes in numerous international cello competitions. As a soloist, Anichenko has performed with conductors such as Plácido Domingo, Omer Meir Wellber, Alain Altinoglu and Zubin Mehta. He has toured world-renowned halls such as the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Flagey and Bozar in Brussels, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Theatre Mogador in Paris and Kaufmann Concert Hall in New York.
Anichenko is regularly invited by festivals such as Ravenna, Armonia d'Arte, Martina Franca in Italy, La Folle Journée in Tokyo, Kings Place, London, Colmar International Music Festival, Schleswig-Holstein in Germany and many others.
Georgi Anichenko has been principal cello of the Orquesta de la Comunitat Valenciana, and by invitation conducted the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra and others.
Anichenko is principal cello of the Orchestre Symphonique La Monnaie de Bruxelles.
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Vladislav Karklin was born in Leningrad. He studied at the Glinka Choral School, and later graduated with honors from the St. Petersburg Conservatory (clarinet class of Professor Adil Fyodorov). During his years of study at the conservatory he attended Ilya Musin's symphonic conducting class, and in 2000 he trained with Professor Alexander Titov. In 1997 he pursued postgraduate studies at the Robert Schumann Hochschule für Musik (clarinet class of Professor Ernst Kinderman), while in 2002 he studied piano and symphonic conducting (classes of Wolfgang Trommer and Lutz Herbig).
He began his professional career in 2001 at the Opernhaus Wuppertal (Germany). From 2005 to 2009 he was deputy principal conductor and artistic director of the Stadttheater Passau (Germany), from 2009 to 2011 he was guest conductor of the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra and from 2010 to 2013 he was conductor at the Staatstheater Darmstadt (Germany).
As a guest conductor he collaborates with the Greater Anderson Musical Arts Consortium (USA), the Mikhailovsky Theater, the Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theater, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, the Moscow Helikon Opera and the Krasnodar Musical Theater.
He won numerous awards throughout his career, and since 2011 Vladislav Karklin has been a regular guest conductor at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Tadas Girininkas was born in Lithuania and obtained a master's degree at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater in 2009 (professor V. Prudnikovas).
Girininkas was "Opera Soloist of the Year" in 2013 in Lithuania and has recently been awarded the Golden Cross of the Stage for the roles of Heinrich/Lohengrin and De Silva/Ernani.
His 2016/17 season is marked by his debut as Mephistophele in Ch. Gounod's "Faust" at the Vilnius City Opera, singing also Cadmus and Somnus in G.F. Handel's "Semele" and Oralto in A. Vivaldi's "La fida Ninfa".
In his rapidly assessing career, Girininkas has collaborated with such conductors as J.Gaffigan, R. Beck, G. Marciano, J. Cura, M. Mottadelli, E. Pehk, G. Rinkevičius, M. Pitrėnas, R. Šervenikas and others, as well as with stage directors such as D. Ibelhauptaitė, J.C. Berutti, A.Cholina, A. Zagars, W. Relton, T. Kask, G. Santucci, O. Koršunovas, C. Kael and G. Varnas.
Tadas Girininkas worked with the Lucerne Festival Symphony Orchestra, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Budapest Festival Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra, Kauna State Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonietta Riga and others.
Chamber music occupies an important place in the artistic life of Tadas Girininkas. In recent years he actively performs vocal cycles by D. Shostakovich, D. Kabalevsky, M. Mussorgsky, H. Wolf and others.