Dmitriy Belogolovtsev (Dancer)|
Born in Lvov, Ukraine. He completed his studies at the Moscow College of
Choreography (Alexander Bondarenko's class) and at the performers faculty of the
Institute of Choreography (today College and Institute have been amalgamated
into the Moscow Academy of Choreography). Since 2002, he has been a student at
the choreographers faculty of the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.
he joined the Bolshoi Ballet Company. At the present time, he rehearses with
Interpolated pas de deux (Giselle.
Yuri Grigorovich production)
Blue Bird (The
Sleeping Beauty. Yuri Grigorovich production)
(Cipollino. Music by Karen Khachaturyan. Genrikh Mayorov
Yashka (The Golden
Age. Music by Dmitry Shostakovich. Yuri Grigorovich production)
Legend of Love. Music by Arif Melikov. Yuri Grigorovich
Tybalt, Title role
(Romeo and Juliet. Choreography by Leonid
Petruccio (The Taming of the
Shrew. Choreography by John Cranko)
The King (Swan
Lake. Vladimir Vasiliev production)
James (La Sylphide. Choreography
by August Bournonville)
Basilio (Don Quixote.
Yuri Grigorovich production, then Alexei Fadeyechev
Soloist (Mozartiana) - creation at Bolshoi
Prince Desire (The Sleeping
Beauty) - debut on Bolhsoi Theatre tour
Abderakhman (Raimonda. Yuri
Soloist Part 4 (Symphony in
C) - creation at Bolshoi Theatre
Pas de deux
(Agon) - creation at Bolshoi Theatre
Hamlet to music by Ludwig Van Beethoven and Gustav Mahler. Boris Eifman production)
de Brienne (Raimonda)
Afternoon of a Faun. Choreography by Jerome Robbins) -
creation at Bolshoi Theatre
Lord Wilson-Taor (La Fille du
Pharaon. Pierre Lacotte production after Marius Petipa)
The Evil Genius (Swan Lake. Yuri
Quasimodo (Notre-Dame de Paris. Rolan Petit production)
Bayadere. Yuri Grigorovich production)
(Magrittomania. Music by Yuri Krasavin. Yuri Possokhov
production) - creation at Bolshoi Theatre
Theseus (Oberon) (A Midnight's
Summer Dream. John Neumeier production)
Yuri Possokhov and Yuri Borisov production)
Conrad (Le Corsaire. Production
and new choreography by Alexei Ratmansky and Yuri Burlaka after Marius Petipa)
In 2000, he danced one of the solo parts in Alexei
Ratmansky's Dreams of Japan.
In 1997, he took part in a gala-concert of Russian ballet stars devoted to
the Diaghilev 125th anniversary (New York) and in the international
festival of classical ballet in Tokyo and Osaka.
Following his successful performance at the international competition in
Jackson (1998), in which he took part together with Anna Antonicheva, one of his
regular partners, he was invited to dance in the USA with Ballet
Arlington, a company which is led by former Bolshoi Theatre soloist,
Alexander Vetrov. Together with Antonicheva, he danced The Nutcracker
(Alexander Vetrov's production). The then second leader of this Company, Paul
Mejia, a former pupil of Balanchine, suggested to Antonicheva and Belogolovtsev
that they dance the lead roles in his version of Romeo and Juliet to
music by Tchaikovsky.
From 1997-2000, he took part on a regular basis in the international
Stars of the 21st Century project, organized by the
impresarios Nadia Veselova-Tencer and Solomon Tencer (these gala-concerts of
ballet stars are held in major cities all over the world).
With Anna Antonicheva, he danced the lead roles in a Maryinsky Theatre
production of Don Quixote (1998) and in Don Quixote and La
Bayadere (1999) with the Kirghiz Theatre of Opera and Ballet (Bishkek).He
has often participated in international ballet festivals in Yoshkar-Ola, Samara,
Riga, Vilnius, Alma-Ata.
He has appeared in Latvian National Opera productions (Don Quixote, Swan
Lake - with Anna Antonicheva), with Lithuanian National Opera (Don
Quixote - the same partner), with Israel's National Ballet (Sleeping
Beauty - again with Anna Antonicheva).
In 2005, he took part in the festival of Roland Petit Ballets in Tokyo - with
the Asami Maki Ballet Company, he appeared in Notre Dame de Paris (his
partner - Anna Antonicheva).
In 2004, he played one of the main roles in the Mayakovsky Theatre production
of the comedy Love through the Eyes of A Detective, based on the Peter
Shaffer play The Private Eye (director - Sergei Artsibashev,
choreographer - Vyacheslav Gordeyev).
In 1993, he won the 3rd prize at the
International Competition of Ballet Dancers, Moscow.
In 1998, he won the
2nd prize at the International Ballet Competition, Jackson
In 1998, he was awarded the title of Merited Artist of the Russian
In 2005, he was awarded the Ballet magazine Soul of
Dance prize (Star nomination).