Welcome to our 6th international summer ballet course in 2020!

This year our course will be held from 27 July 2020 to 8 August 2020

As in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 this year there will be several groups (levels) as well as famous and experienced Ballet Masters will help you to progress through the course.  Year after year, we are committed to improve your comfort, so in 2020 all our ballet studios have air conditioner!

In 2020, there will be 7 groups:

During two weeks, 6 days a week, excellent Masters from Russia, Ukraine, Spain and Hungary will share their knowledge and experience with you. In our course, a big variety of subjects are taught: classical ballet, pointe technique/repertoire, variations, character dance, jazz dance, Pilates and stretching.

We hope to welcome you among our participants from 10 years of age. Every participant will be assigned to a group in function of age and skills.

 


Our teachers


Ludmila Alekseevna Zhytnikova

Studied at the National School of Ballet in Kiev where she graduated in 1976. Between 1976 and 1979, she was principal soloist at the Odessa Opera, and between 1980 and 2000 at the Kiev Opera House. Between 2000 and 2013, she was Senior Master of the Kosice Opera in Slovakia. She has 15 years experience as a Ballet Master.

 

 


Novikov Mihail Aleksandrovich

Choreographer and Ballet Master. After graduation from the National Ballet School of Kiev, he danced at the Kiev Opera. Between 2000 and 2013, he was principal soloist of the Kosice Opera in Slovakia. At the same time, he was choreographer at the Kosice Ballet School and his choreographies were presented on stage in Kosice and Bratislava.

 


Golovina Yuliya

Education: 2004-graduated from Kiev Academy Ballet SchoolProfessional experience: 2015-present ” Hungarian National Ballet”2012–2015 “Connecticut Ballet “ company (soloist), ballet teacher; 2012–2015 “Benjamin Briones ballet company (soloist);2012-2015 ” Young Dancers In Repertory” ballet teacher; 2008-2012 “Crown of Russian Ballet” company (principal),Moscow;2004-2012 “Imperial Russian Ballet” company (soloist) ,Moscow2012-2014 ” Brighton Ballet Theater” ballet teacher, soloist dancer; Stretching and work on muscles straingth class for kids.In 2016 Yuliya attended pilates course ” Stott pilates. Essential & intermediate mat” Since then she’s been working with professional dancers from Hungarian National Ballet company, youngstudents of dance studios & also with clients without any experience in dance.  ” Pilates it’s a mindful workout so it gives my clients much better understanding of their own bodies. It’s alsovery safe & effective, we make all of the weak parts stronger & always work equally with all group of mussels. For classes with professional dancers & students I have a special workout that includes pilates exercises and exercises that been made specially for dancers to improve their abilities. All workout builds on anatomy knowledge & will be modified according client’s body type & alignment if needed.


Tsvetkova Nina Vladimirovna

imagePrima ballerina for 24 years; while still active, she graduates from the famous Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet and carries on a parallel carrier as a principal dancer and ballet Master. She has a 37-year experience as ballet Master and helped the preparation of a lot of dancers. Lots of these dancers became principal, soloist dancers all around the word, won ballet competitions and contests or became directors of artistic institutions. After her carrier as a dancer, she became a senior ballet master in the Kantilena Art School directed by N. A. Dolgusin. Invited by B.J. Bregvadze, she joined The National State Cultural Art Academy in St-Petersburg where she was teaching for 15 years.

Anna Generalova

generalova-annaShe was born in Krasnodar. In 1997 she graduated from the St. Petersburg State Academy of Culture in teacher-choreographer. Some of her students studying now in the leading ballet schools in the world, the Royal Ballet School, Ballet School Nashenel English, the San Francisco Ballet School, Real conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma Madrid, Moscow State Academy of choreography.

Vdovicheva Tatjana

таняIn 1996 graduated in Russian Perm Ballet Institute, in 2009 earned a master’s degree in ballet. 1996-2000 Russia (Member of the Chuvash State Opera). In 2001 won audience sympathy award in International contest of young talents. 2000-2002 Member of Russian Academy of Sciences Kazan Opera. 2002-2008 England, Russian Ballet Swansea South Wales. Since 2009 Member of the Hungarian State Opera House and since 2013 Hungarian Dance Academy ballet master.

Muruev Denis

gopak-thumbnailIn 1989 graduated in Soviet Union Perm Ballet Institute, and after it, hu immediately became a member of the Moscow Ballet. 1994 Member of the Academy of Kazan Opera. 2002-2008 Russian Ballet Swansea South Wales (England). In 2009 earned Ballet Master’s degree, and since 2011 Hungarian Dance Academy ballet master.

Pétery Melinda

modern-balettA modern dance teacher. Graduated from Hungarian National Ballet Academy. A prizewinner in Hungary (Nívó).In 2002 founded a dancing troupe Laterna Magica, has been managing it ever since. In 1997, 1999, 2005, 2006 a winner of a Dance Festival in Hungary. Presently a modern dance teacher at several dance schools in Hungary.


Cristina Balaban

Education: Colegiul Naţional de Coregrafie, Chișinău Competitions: International Ballet Competition ‘Serge Lifar’ in Kiev, Ukraine – Bronze Medal (2006) International Ballet Competition in Perm, Russia – Diploma (2004) International Competition ‘Artek Fouettes’, Ukraine – Grand Prix (1998) International Ballet Competition in Constanta, Romania – Gold Medal (1997)


Adema Omarova

Education: Vaganova Ballet Academy (2011-2013) Rector: Dorofeeva Vera Alekseevna Artistic Director: Altynai Asylmuratova Ballet: Kovaleva Lyudmila Valentinovna Guest: VladimirMalakhov, KonstantinZaklinsky, IrinaSitnikova CharacterDance: Sherstneva Elena Anatolievna Contemporary: Daniel Cardoso AlmatyBalletSchool(2003–2011) Director: Murzakhanova Kargylash Ibrayhanovna Teacher: Li Lyudmila Munsekovna Professional work: 2013 -2016 Tatar State Opera & Ballet Theatre Musa Jalil (Russia) Corps de Ballet 2016 – present Hungarian National Ballet Corps de Ballet


Zsófia Széki

contemporary dance artist Graduated at the Hungarian Dance Academy as a contemporary dancer in 2010. Between 2010 and 2018 was a member of Inversedance | Zoltán Fodor Company.

During that time she performed in 20 premieres, worked with well-known hungarian and foreign choreographers, toured in Senegal, Ecuador, China, Belgium, Australia and Peru and became one of the company’s leading dancers and rehearsal assistant. From 2018 she started working as a freelance dancer based in Budapest; collaborated with Yvette Bozsik, Klári Pataky, DART and Compagnie inter Contemporain. During her classes beside the proper training and contemporary technique she is also focusing on developing presence, expression and confidence.


Adrienn Vetési

learnt in Dózsa György Grammar School and Art of Dance Vocational School. Then she learned 2 years in Inversedance –Zoltán Fodor Company. Thereafter she had been working free-lancer dancer for 4 years and she worked with many nice companies and directors. For example Yvette Bozsik,  Pr-evolution Dance company and Tranzdanze. Now she is teaching modern dance technique in Hungarian National Ballet Institute.

Liudmila Mizinova

Born in Saratov in 1987, Liudmila graduated from the Saratov Region Institute of Arts ballet class E. V. Dergileva. From 2005 to 2014 she worked at the Leonid Yakobson Ballet Company where became a soloist in 2009. She danced the lead roles in Nutcraker (Clara) and Giselle (Giselle). She also danced roles from the Yakobson repertoire including «Paolo and Francesca» from the Rodin cycle, «Sextet» and «The Marriage Cortege». She has taken part in many contemporary prodactions created by Russian choreographes. She worked as the invited teacher in ballet shcools of St. Petersburg «Massimo», «Kasok» etc. In 2013 she graduated Vaganova Ballet Academy “Arts and humanities” degree Bachelor. From 2014 she worked whit the Saint Petersburg Ballet Theatre. Her repertoire included Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty, Don Quixote and Giselle. Since 2016 she works at Hungarian National Opera.

Murujeva Tatyana Mihajlovna

Artist with merit of the Russian Federation, dean of the Cultural Academy of East Siberia (Ulan-Ude) and honorary professor of the National Central University of Beijing. During her carrier, she was the principal dancer of the Burjat Academy Opera. She is now one of the most important personalities of the cultural life in Russia.


Ballet summer course includes:

Classical ballet, pointe work, variation, virtuosity, character dance, modern (contemporary), pilates and stretching. First time on the ballet summer courses in Europe you can learn character dance.

Character dance is taught in all Russian ballet academies as it is an integral part of classical ballet and can be met in most of classical ballet repertoiresIt is a stylized representation of a traditional folk or national dance. World-know ballets such as Swan Lake and Don Quixote feature character dance. Character dance classes help to develop the rhythmic, coordination and the individuality of A dancer.

The IV international ballet summer intensive course welcome young students from  age 10  years old and up to professional dancers from all over the world.  All participants will be allocated to different levels.

 

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