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Ulyana Lopatkina (Principal Dancer)

Uliana was born on 23th of October 1973 in Kerch (Ukraine). From the early age Uliana took dancing classes and was admitted to the Academy of Russian Ballet named after Vaganova (St.Petersburg) where she studied the art of dancing from Galina Novitskaya in primary school and Natalia Dudinskaya in higher school. Still being a student of the Academy, Uliana took won at Vaganova-prix Competition (St.Petersburg, 1991).

After graduation from the Academy in 1991 Uliana joined Mariinsky theatre company (St.Petersburg). In 1994 Uliana successfully made her debut as Odette/Odille in the “Swan Lake” ballet in St.Petersburg, for which she was awarded with “Golden Sofit” as best debut in St.Petersburg. In 1995 Uliana was called the principal dancer of Mariinsky theatre where her teachers were Olga Moiseeva and Ninel Kurgapkina. Presently Uliana’s coach is Irina Chistyakova.

Among the leading roles of Uliana are: Gieselle, Medora in Corsaire, Nikya in La Bayadere, Raymonde, the Swan, Zobeida in Scheherazade, Mekhmeneh Bahnu in The Legend of Love,  Zarema in  The Fountain of Bakhchisarai, the ballets of Balanchine, Petit, Forsythe, Van Manen and many others.
Uliana danced at the most famous theatres of the world. Among them are the Mariinsky theatre in St.Petersburg, Bolshoy theatre in Moscow, Royal Opera House in London, Grand Opera de Paris, La Scala in Milan, Metropolitan Opera in New York , National theatre of opera and ballet in Helsinki, NHK hall in Tokyo.
Among achevements of Uliana are the title of Honoured Artist of Russia (2000), People's Artist of Russia(2006).  In 1997 Uliana won the Golden Mask and Benois de la Dance, in 1998 - the premium of London critics “Evening Standard”, in 1999 was awarded with the State premium of Russia. In 2010 Uliana performed at the closing ceremony of the Olympics at Vancouver (Canada).  The same year upon personal invitation from Opera de Paris Uliana performed the “Swan Lake”. In 2011 Uliana took part in Gala devoted to Galina Ulanova (London) and international gala Italy-Russia (Rome).
Uliana sees the birth of her daughter Masha in 2002 as one of the most impotrant events in her life. Among ballerina’s hobbies are drawing, literature, classial music, interior design and cinema.

Awards
People`s Artist of Russia (2006).
Honoured Artist of Russia (2000).
Recipient of the State Prize of Russia (1999).
Prizewinner at the International Vaganova-prix Competition (St Petersburg, 1991).
Won the Golden Sofit (1995), the Golden Mask (1997), the Baltika prize (1997 and 2001) and the Evening Standard (1998).

Joined the Mariinsky Theatre in 1991.
Principal since 1995.

Repertoire includes:
Giselle (Giselle, Myrtha);
Le Corsaire (Medora);
La Bayadere (Nikia), revised version by Vakhtang Chabukiani;
Grand pas from Paquita (soloist);
The Sleeping Beauty (Lilac Fairy), revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev;
Swan Lake (Odette-Odile);
Raymonda (Raymonda, Clemans), revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev;
The Swan;
Scheherazade (Zobeide);
The Fountain of Bakhchisarai (Zarema);
The Legend of Love (Mekhmeneh Bahnu);
Leningrad Symphony (The Girl);
Pas de quatre (Ìària Taglioni);
Serenade;
Piano Concerto No. 2 (Ballet Imperial);
Symphony in C (2nd Movement);
Theme and Variations;
La Valse;
Jewels (Diamonds);
In the Night;
The Nutcracker (highlights: Teacher and Pupil), choreography by John Neumeier;
Le Jeune Homme et la Mort;
Goya-Divertissement;
Le Baiser de la Fee (Fairy), Le Poeme de l`Extase, choreography by Alexei Ratmansky;
In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated.

First performer of one of the solo roles in Jogn Neumeier`s Sounds of Empty Pages, staged for the Mariinsky Theatre (2001).





"Anna Karenina" ballet at the Mariinsky theatre
 
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