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Mikhail Kislyarov (Balletmaster)

He started his theatre career as a dramatic actor at the Central Theatre for Children. And it was there that his work as ballet master and director also took off (S. Mikhalkov’s Dream to be Continued).
He graduated from The Russian Academy of the Performing Arts as ballet master (1984) and director (1985 - Boris Pokrovsky’s Advanced director’s course).
From 1992 to 1996 he was in charge of the Academy’s faculty of stage dance.
As director and choreographer he has worked with many Moscow theatres, in other Russian cities and also abroad: in Great Britain, Germany and Bulgaria.

In 1989, he founded the Modern-Opera Company for which he mounted a production of Stravinsky‘s Les Noces and A Soldier’s Tale, Sergei Gavrilov‘s The Feast at the Time of the Plague and William Walton’s The Bear. Since 1989 he has been working as director at Boris Pokrovsky’s Chamber Musical Theatre. Among his productions for this company are Mozart’s Cosi fan Tutte and Bastien und Bastienne, Rossini’s La Scala di Seta, Cesare Kui‘s The Son of a Mandarin, Edison Denisov’s The Artist and Four Little Girls, Stravinsky’s Renard, Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari’s I quatro rusteghi and DSCH Century based on the works of Shostakovich.

His work for other theatres includes:
Gennadi Gladkov’s The Elder Son at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatre (director and choreographer) and When Irish Eyes Smile (based on Athol Fugard’s People are Living) at Mark Rozovsky’s At the Nikitskie Gates Theatre. He made his debut as choreographer at the Bolshoi Theatre with the following opera productions: Rimsky-Korsakov‘s The Golden Cockerel, Prokofiev‘s Betrothal at a Monastery (1989 version) and The Love of Three Oranges; and as director and choreographer he produced Alexander Dargomyzhsky‘s The Mermaid and Verdi‘s Nabucco.

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