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Zdjęcie: Vladimir Yaroshenko

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Vladimir Yaroshenko –a first soloist in the Polish National Ballet. Born in Slavyansk-na-Kubani in Russia. He graduated from the State Ballet School in Krasnodar. He got his first engagement at Jurij Grigorowicz Krasnodar Ballet Theatre (from 2003 as soloist, from 2006 as first soloist). Later, for a short time, he danced for the Musical Theatre in Lublin (2007), and in the same year he was engaged by the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera as a coryphée. In 2009 he was promoted to soloist and in 2010 to first soloist.

In Krasnodar he performed in: The Nutcracker (Mouse King), Swan Lake (Rothbart and Prince Siegfried), Raymonda (Grand Pas and Abredakhman), Romeo and Juliet (Tybald and Romeo), The Golden Age (Campaigner), Le Corsaire (Birbanto), Legend of Love (Ferkhad) and Ivan the Terrible (Ivan the Terrible) and other.

In Warsaw the artist also played classical and contemporary roles, including: Prince in The Nutcracker, Pas d’acton in La Bayadere, Officer in Anna Karenina, Lensky in Oniegin, New Orpheus and other parts in Kurt Weill, Chopin in Chopin, the Romantic Artist, Blue Bird in The Sleeping Beauty, Prince in Cinderella, Our Man in And The Rain Will Pass, Young Man in Le Sacre du Printemps by Niżynski and Gat as well as solo parts in choreographies Kisses, Concerto Barocco, Vaslav, Just an Illusion.





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