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We are excited to celebrate our long-standing relationship with the Mariinsky Ballet and our new partnership with the Vaganova Academy of Ballet


YAGP is thrilled to announce that the jury panel at our upcoming European Semi-Final in Paris will include Nikolai Tsiskaridze, the inspiring and talented dancer, who leads the legendary Vaganova Academy in St. Petersburg. YAGP is proud to add this legendary institution to its partner schools. 

The Mariinsky Ballet Director, Yuri Fateev, will join the jury panel at our Japan Semi-Finals in Osaka. YAGP has hosted many Mariinsky artists over the years, and produced outstanding artists for the great Russian stage. We look forward to working together during the 2016 season.

Nikolai Tsiskaridze


Marking his unique ability and powerful stage presence, Nikolai has won awards all over the world, including the 1997 Gold Medal at the Moscow Ballet Competition, 1999 Benois de la Danse, 2001 People's Artist of Russia honor, and 2004 Triumph Prize, among others.


YAGP was honored to host Nikolai's final performance in New York at the 2009 Peter Pestov Gala, part of YAGP's Legends in Dance series. Hosted by former student Alexei Ratmansky in tribute to Pestov's tremendous legacy, The evening was a gathering of several generations of dancers, choreographers, and teachers, and included tributes by Pestov's former students, including Vladimir Malakhov, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Alexei Ratmansky and YAGP Co-Founder Gennadi Saveliev. 


Alexei Ratmansky, Peter Pestov, Vladimir Malakhov, and Nikolai Tsiskaridze. 

Onstage at the Gala in tribute to Peter Pestov.


Yuri Fateyev

Trained at the Vaganova Ballet Academy, Yuri danced at the Mariinsky Ballet before being appointed Acting Director of the ballet troupe in 2008. His contribution to the Mariinsky's status as one of the great ballet companies in the world is through his focus on rebuilding the artistic discipline. Over the course of his tremendous career, Yuri has coached dancers at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Danish Royal Ballet, and the Swedish Royal Ballet,among other. YAGP is proud to feature Yuri Fateev on its jury panel in Osaka!


YAGP and the Mariinsky- a year in performance

YAGP's 2012 Grand Prix Winner Kimin Kim, received a contract to the Mariinsky Ballet, and was promoted to Principal at the beginning of this year. He returned in 2015 to perform in YAGP's 2015 Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow Gala, and a guest performance during ABT's spring season at the Metropolitan Opera. Kimin has been awarded top accolades at international ballet competitions in Rome, Moscow, and Seoul. Alastair Macaulay of the New York Times recently described Kimin as "...one sensation after another...This tall young Korean dancer is a new star with the Mariinsky Ballet; he jumps astoundingly, turns with prowess and carries himself with nobility."


YAGP and the Mariinsky Ballet have collaborated on several successful 

co-productions together. This year, the YAGP Gala stage hosted a Mariinsky World Premiere, as alum Calvin Royal III performed with one of Mariinsky Ballet's most exciting dancers, Kristina Shapran. The playful piece, 'Double Polka,' was choreographed by Mariinsky's Anton Pimonov, selected as the YAGP 2014 Emerging Choreographer. Calvin flew to St. Petersburg to rtrain, as part of his Lenore Annenberg Foundation grant, and rehearsed with Kristina, to premiere the work at YAGP's 2015 Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow Gala at Lincoln Center. See a short video of the talented dancers in rehearsal. 


Two current YAGP participants, Austen Acevedo and Kenedy Kallas, performed at the Mariinsky Ballet Festival in St. Petersburg. "Who is My Shadow" was a visually arresting piece, staged specifically for the young dancers by Mariinsky's Yuri Smekalove. After performing it to critical acclaim during the festival, Austen and Kenedy repeated their performance at YAGP's 2015 Stars of Today Meet the Stars of Tomorrow Gala and at the Gala de Danza in Cabo, Mexico. The duo are the first dancers from outside the Russian institution to be invited to perform in the festival, making it a historic event and setting a new precedent for young dancers across the globe.

Mariinsky Ballet dancers have graced the YAGP stage many times. Among the recent Mariinsky Guest Artists are Yekaterina Kondaurova, Denis Matvienko, Xander Parish, Kristina Shapran and Diana Vishneva.



YAGP is proud to collaborate with the Mariinsky Ballet and the Vaganova Ballet Academy in furthering the mission of ensuring the future of dance.

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