WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE V INTERNATIONAL FORUM “BALLET. XXI CENTURY ”IN KRASNOYARSK FROM NOVEMBER 11 TO 13 THE XI GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF BALLET COMPETITIONS WAS HELD

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The Assembly was attended by representatives of 18 (of 22) of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world. At the Assembly, Director General of the Federation Sergey Usanov highlighted the organization’s work over the past year, marking, that this year was held under the auspices of the 200th anniversary of birth of the outstanding choreographer Marius Petipa, highlighting the significance of his creative works for international competitions. The Federation, in honor of the outstanding master of classical dance, held a series of gala concerts of the winners of international competitions in Germany and France in UNESCO headquaters, with the active assistance of the editorial office of Ballet Magazine, which held and organized the international round table on the topic “Marius Petipa is the era of classical dance”. Events held under the auspices of UNESCO in Paris in honor of Marius Petipa, had a very wide resonance with the French public. On November 13, the Federation held a round table on the topic “The creative heritage of Marius Petipa and his role in the competitive repertoire”. Representatives of ballet competitions, members of the jury of the International Competition “Grand Prix of Siberia”, ballet scholars and ballet critics, as well as guests of the International Forum took part in the discussion of the declared topic. The General Assembly approved and adopted the recommendation list of the repertoire for the younger group. The Assembly accepted two more contests – the International Youth Competition in Almaty “Orleu” and the Youth Competition “Grand Prix of Kiev” as its new members. In the course of the discussions held at the Assembly, a decision was made to intensify work on popularizing new names of competition winners, recommend them to theater groups, leaders of festivals and concert programs, increasing the interest of ballet dancers in participating in competitions, and forging closer contacts with international ballet festivals.

RESULTS OF GRAND PRIX OF SIBERIA IBC

 

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Grand Prix: George Bolsunovsky (Russia) Men – 1 Prize Yury Vybornov (Russia) 2nd prize of Onodera Shota (Japan), Sadyrkulov Farukh (Kyrgyzstan) 3rd Prize Dubenko Vladislav (Russia) Boys – 1st Prize Smilevsky Dmitry (Russia) 2nd Prize Myeng Hong Lee (Korea), Igor Gorelkin (Russia) 3rd Prize Spilchevsky Vyacheslav (Russia), Rogov Nikita (Russia)

Women – 1st Prize Alekseeva Alisa (Russia)

2nd Prize Anna Fedosova (Russia), Garmash Galina (Russia)

3rd Prize Yu Mi Jang (Korea)

Girls – 1st Prize Elizabeth Kokoreva (Russia)

2nd Prize Correia Dracing Juliana (Germany), Yu Jin Park (Korea)

3rd Prize Anastasia Shevtsova (Russia), Sofia Maimula (Russia)

Certificate – invitation to study (budget) at the Moscow State Art Academy (Moscow)

Shevtsova Anastasia (Russia), Spilchevsky Vyacheslav (Russia)

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CONCERTS OF LAUREATES IN PARIS

September, 30, 2018

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A gala evening in honor of M. Petipa is planned at the end of September in Paris at the UNESCO Congress Hall. Gala concert “Young Stars of the World Ballet” with the participation of winners of international ballet competitions of many countries of the world, an exhibition on the life and work of an outstanding choreographer and an international round table on conservation

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 authenticity of M. Petipa’s heritage, as well as current trends in the further development of classical dance, will be held as a unique cultural action.

The results of the Ballet Competition “Arabesque”

  • 8
  • EKATERINA MAXIMOVA AWARD (GRAND PRIX) not awarded

    JUNIORS:

  • FIRST PRIZE (female):
    Kim Yu Jin (Korea)
  • FIRST PRIZE (male):
    Danila Khamzin (Russia, Perm)
  • SECOND PRIZE (female):
    Elena Iseki (Germany)
  • SECOND PRIZE (male):
    Alexey Khamzin (Russia, Perm)
  • THIRD PRIZE (female):
    Homare Kawai (Japan)
  • THIRD PRIZE (male):
    not awarded

Diplomas:

  • Ekaterina Klyavlina (Russia, Moscow)
  • Maria Malinina(Russia, Perm)
  • Maria Polunina(Russia, Moscow)
  • Urara Tsukamoto (Japan)
  • Vyacheslav Spilchevsky (Russia, Perm)
  • Ivan Surodeev (Russia, Perm)

SENIORS:

  • FIRST PRIZE (female):
    Song Jeong Eun (Korea)
  • FIRST PRIZE (male) is shared between two laureates:
    Nikita Ksenofontov (Russia, Novosibirsk)
    Kirill Makurin (Russia, Perm)
  • SECOND PRIZE (female)is shared between two laureates:
    Viktoria Dedyulkina (Russia, Chelyabinsk)
    Bulgan Rentsendorj (Mongolia)
  • SECOND PRIZE (male) is shared between two laureates:
    Yuri Vybornov (Russia, Moscow)
    An Seong Jun (Korea)
  • THIRD PRIZE (female) is shared between two laureates:
    Maite Nunes (Brazil)
    Sofia Gavriushina (Russia, Ufa)
  • THIRD PRIZE (male) is shared between two laureates:
    Marcos Yago (Brazil)
    Rustam Iskhakov (Russia, Ufa)

Diplomas:

  • Luanna Gondim (Brazil)
  • Vita Mulyukina (Russia, Krasnodar)
  • Han Da Huin(Korea)
  • Yu Kawai (Japan)
  • Alisa Alekseeva (Russia, Ufa)
  • Lee Seung Yong (Korea)
  • Daler Zaparov (Kazakhstan)
  • Farukh Sadyrkulov (Kyrgyzstan)
  • Gabriel Lopes(Brazil)
  • Rui Seong Woo (Korea)
  • Shota Onodera (Japan)
  • Serik Nakyspekov (Kazakhstan)

DIPLOMAS:

  • TO THE BEST NON-COMPETING PARTNER:
    Sayaka Takuda (Japan)
    Valery Tselishchev (Russia, Chelyabinsk)
  • TO THE BEST COACH for training the contestant:
    Airat Khakimov (Brazil)

Special awards and prizes:

  • EKATERINA MAKSIMOVA AND VLADIMIR VASILIEV PRIZE for “Best Duet”
    not awarded
  • GALINA ULANOVA PRIZE for Spirituality of Dance
    Kim Yu Jin (Korea)
  • GEORGE ZORITCH PRIZE “For purity of skill and artistry of performance”
    Serik Nakyspekov (Kazakhstan)
  • THE PERM STATE TCHAIKOVSKY ACADEMIC OPERA AND BALLET THEATRE PRIZE for “Best Performance to music by P.I.Tchaikovsky”
    Luanna Gondim (Brazil)
    Marcos Yago (Brazil)
  • NATALIA DUDINSKAYA PRIZE for “Loyalty to the Traditions of Russian Ballet School” PRIZE (given by Margarita Kullik and Vladimir Kim couple)
    Vita Mulyukina (Russia, Krasnodar)
  • ANDREY KIBANOV PRIZE
    Danila Khamzin (Russia, Perm)
    Alexey Khamzin (Russia, Perm)
  • MIRPURI FOUNDATION PRIZE: participation in ballet-gala of the foundation (Portugal)
    Kim Yu Jin (Korea)
    Daler Zaparov (Kazakhstan)
  • PEOPLE CHOICE AWARD:
    Nikita Ksenofontov (Russia, Novosibirsk)
  • Diaghilev House Award “The Promise of Russia”:
    Ekaterina Klyavlina (Russia, Moscow)

PRESS JURY DECISION:

  • PRESS JURY AWARD:
    Luanna Gondim and Markos Yago (Brazil)
      PRESS JURY DIPLOMAS:
  • Viktor Alikin (Russia, Perm) for excellence in coaching the students of Perm Dance Academy.
  • Sofia Gavriushina and Rustam Iskhakov (Russia, Ufa) – for the preservation of traditions at the Bashkir School of Classical Ballet.

The XV Russian Open Ballet Competition “Arabesque–2018” named after Ekaterina Maximova

The XV Russian Open Ballet Competition “Arabesque–2018” named after Ekaterina Maximova
takes place in the city of Perm, Russia
from 11 April to 22 April, 2018.

Artistic Director and Chairman of the Jury is Vladimir Vasiliev.

The results of contemporary choreography competition

DECISION OF THE COMPETITION JURY

  • FIRST AWARD to a ballet master.
    Alexey Rastorguev (Russia, Perm) for “Vis-a-vis” and “My dear Serdan”.
  • SECOND AWARD to a ballet master.
    Maria Markunina (Russia, St.-Petersburg) for “Judas Iskariot”.
  • THIRD AWARD to a ballet master.
    Saryan Suleimanov (Russia, Ufa) for “Don’t leave me”.
  • FIRST AWARD to a contemporary piece performer.
    Yuri Vybornov (Russia, Moscow) for “I’ll go out at night in the field with a horse” (choreography by Konstantin Matulevsky).
  • SECOND AWARD to a contemporary piece performer.
    Kirill Makurin (Russia, Perm) for “Vis-a-vis” (choreography by Alexey Rastorguev).
  • THIRD AWARD to a contemporary piece performer.
    Andrey Arseniev (Russia, St.-Petersburg) for “Judas Iskariot” (choreography by Maria Markunina).
  • Vladimir Vasiliev SPECIAL PRIZE for “Ballet school at war” and “Dying Swan”
    Takane (Japan).

DECISION OF UNION OF RUSSIAN THEATRE WORKERS

Monetary Prizes:

Best choreography:

  • Alexey Rastorguev (Russia, Perm) for piece “My dear Serdan”.
  • Anna Shuldyakova (Russia, St.-Petersburg) for piece “Broken embrace”.

Attention!!!

VII – th international Yuri Grigorovich competition “Young ballet of the world” is postponed to 2019 due to the holding in Sochi in 2018 World Cup matches

6th INTERNATIONAL ISTANBUL BALLET COMPETITION & FESTIVAL

Official site

THE DEADLINE OF THE DVD APPLICATION: May 25, 2018

CATEGORIES (Based on the date of the Competition)
JUNIORS (Girls – Boys): Aged 15-19 years
SENIORS (Female – Male): Aged 20-26 years

ROUNDS
1st Round DVD SELECTIONS

2nd Round (SEMI FINALS)

 Single dancers
2 classical variations
1 modern variation

Couple dancers
1 classical pas de deux
1 modern duet

 3rd Round (FINAL)

Single dancers
2 classical variations
1 modern variation

Couple dancers
1 classical pas de deux
1 contemporary duet