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Ivan  Vasiliev

Ivan Vasiliev

He was born in Vladivostok, Russia. He studied at the Dnepropetrovsk Ballet School in Ukraine and later at the Belorussian State Choreographic College in Minsk, graduating in 2006 (class of Alexander Kolyadenko). Vasiliev danced Basil in Don Quixote and Ali in Le Corsaire with the Belorus National Ballet while still a student at the College. In 2006, he was invited to join Bolshoi Ballet as a soloist, making his debut with the company, at the age of 17, as Basil in Don Quixote. He was promoted to the rank of principal dancer in May 2010. In December 2011, he joined the Mikhailovsky Ballet Company.

His numerous awards include the Bronze medal at the Varna International Ballet Competition (2004), the Gold medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition (2005), the Gold medal at the Arabesque Ballet Competition in Perm (2006), and the Grand Prix at the Varna International Ballet Competition (2006). He is also the winner of the Triumph Youth prize (2006), British Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards in the category ’Spotlight’ (2008), and the Benois de la Danse prize for his performance in Le Corsaire and The Flames of Paris (2009). In 2011 he received Grand Prix at the International Dance Open Festival and in 2010 at the same festival he was named Mr Virtuosity.
  • Basil (Don Quixote)
  • Albert (Giselle)
  • Solor, The Bronze Idol (La Bayadère)
  • Conrad (Le Corsaire)
  • Colin (La Fille mal gardée)
  • Philip (The Flames of Paris)
  • Romeo (Romeo and Juliet)
  • Spartacus (Spartacus)
  • Prince (The Nutcracker)
  • Pyotr (The Bright Stream)
  • The Young Man (Le Jeune Homme et La Mort)
  • Petrouchka (Petrouchka)
  • Abderakhman (Raymonda)
  • Lucien (Lost Illusions)
  • Misericordes
  • Class Concert
  • L’Arlésienne
  • Remansos
  • Serenate
  • Pas de trois
  • Prince Desire (The Sleeping Beauty)
  • Frondoso (Laurencia)
  • Romeo (Romeo and Juliet)
His numerous awards include the Bronze medal at the Varna International Ballet Competition (2004), the Gold medal at the Moscow International Ballet Competition (2005), the Gold medal at the Arabesque Ballet Competition in Perm (2006), and the Grand Prix at the Varna International Ballet Competition (2006). He is also the winner of the Triumph Youth prize (2006), British Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards in the category ’Spotlight’ (2008), and the Benois de la Danse prize for his performance in Le Corsaire and The Flames of Paris (2009). In 2011 he received Grand Prix at the International Dance Open Festival and in 2010 at the same festival he was named Mr Virtuosity.