Started dancing at the age of three and professionally trained from eight, studied for six years at the Kiev State Choreographic School and after wining the Prix De Lausanne scholarship – went to the Royal Ballet Upper School in London, which later graduated from with Honours diploma.
Won 2nd Prize of the Artek International Competition, a year later received Grand Prix, was the youngest competitor of Moscow International Ballet Competition and received 3rd Prize also Moscow Media Prize and Grishko Prize. Won Prix De Lausanne scholarship and Prix Des Téléspectateurs.
Received Ukrainian National Flame of Prometheus prize and the title Person of the Year in the nomination Youth Talent of Ukraine.
Received several awards and grants such as 1st place at International Youth Ballet Festival in Kiev, scholarship at Reuseta Mauri competition (Spain) and Arnold Haskell Prize (London).
Started choreographing with the piece "The Spider"(2000),
after an immediate success pursued this direction further and made several other works such as "Full Moon" (2001),
"The Naked Truth" (2002),
"Etude For The Left Leg" (2009),
"Reality Conundrum" (2009),
"With Out And Without" (2010),
"Maria y Angela Malagueña" (2011)
Has been invited as a guest choreographer for the Inspiration Project with Mirella Simoncini and has created the exclusive work "Subvocal"(2011) which was performed at the Holland Dance Festival, later adapted and shown at the Babel festival in Romania (2014).
Further work includes "NUMBER 10. Waltz-ish" (2014)
"Duet for her..." (2014)
As part of the Lighnness Festival 2014 one-day-special creation for Het Nationale Ballet Junior Company
"Devil's Ball" (2014)
Received the following awards for choreography:
2001 Russia, at Moscow IBC received an extra award from Ballet Lovers Union "Sylphide" "For artistry, charm and original choreography"
2002 UkraineSerge Lifar" IBC Choreography Division - special diploma "For Youth Talent"
2002 Ukraine- Diploma and Scholarship from Mayor of Kiev "For personal creative contribution to the development of Kiev City ,
2004 England - Ursula Moreton choreographic Award (3rd Place);
2004 England - Choreographic Development Award.
Currently working with Dutch National Ballet as Grand Sujet
Started dancing at the age of three and professionally trained from eight, studied for six years at the Kiev State Choreographic School and after wining the Prix De Lausanne scholarship – went to the Royal Ballet Upper School in London, which later…