Soloists Anastasia Kurkova

DEMI-SOLOIST

born in Moscow, Russia

BALLET EDUCATION

1993 – 2002 Bolshoi Ballet School Moscow

COMPETITIONS | AWARDS

2001 Prix de Lausanne (Diplome)
2001 Moscow International Competition (Bronze-Medaille)

ENGAGEMENTS

2002 – 2007 Bolshoi Theatre Moscow
2007 – 2008 Wiener Staatsoper, Vienna
Since 2008 Staatsballett Berlin

REPERTORY

Yuri Grigorovich’s „Sleeping Beauty“ (Fairies of Kindness, Maids of Honour), “Swan Lake” (Little Swans), “La Bayadere” (Grand Pas), “Raymonda”, “The Golden Age”, “The Nutcracker” (French Doll), “Spartacus”; Vladimir Vasiliev’s “Giselle”; Alexander Gorski’s “Don Quixote” (Amor, Four Dryads); Pierre Lacotte’s “La Fille du Pharaon” (Pas d’action); John Neumeier’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”; Roland Petit’s “Notre Dame de Paris”; Twyla Tharp’s “In the Upper Room”; George Balanchine’s “Symphony in C” and “Agon” (Pas de quatre); Yuri Possokhov’s “Cinderella” (Variation Summer); Alexei Ratmansky’s “The Light Stream”, “Bolt”, “Middle Duet”, “Jeu de Cartes” and “Le Corsaire” (Pas de six)

REPERTORY IN BERLIN

Patrice Bart‘s “The Flaming Heart” (Shelly’s Sister), “Swan Lake” (Hungarian Princess, Polish Princess), “Giselle” (Giselle’s Friends) and “The Nutcracker”; Vladimir Malakhov’s “La Bayadere” (Solo-Variation in the Kingdom of Shades, Grand Pas), “Sleeping Beauty” (Fairy of Jewels) and „La Péri“ (Solo-Péris); John Cranko’s „Onegin“; Vasily Medvedev’s and Yuri Burlaka’s „La Esmeralda“ (Diana, Companion of Fleur de Lys, Esmeralda’s Friends); Nadja Saidakova’s „Egopoint“; Alexei Ratmansky’s „Namouna“; Nacho Duato’s „Arcangelo“; Giorgio Madia’s “Don Juan”; Ohad Naharins „Secus“ („Duato | Kylián | Naharin”)