Artistic Director of the ballet company
Born on May 11 in
Moscow In 1994, Natalia graduated from the theatre school of the Igor Moiseev State Academic Folk Dance Ensemble and joined the ensemble, where she soon became the principal soloist. Her repertoire includes Jota Aragonesa by Glinka, the Moldavian dance Joc, the one-act ballet Night in a Tavern, the Korean piece Sonchanga, and others.
Since September 2015, Natalia has been working at the Krasnoyarsk State Opera and Ballet Theatre.
Medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree (2012);
Gratitude of the Minister of Culture of the Russian Federation for the contribution to the development of culture and the success achieved in the field of choreography and music art (2011);
Honorary Diploma of the Government of Moscow for considerable cultural achievements in the development of Russian choreographic art (2007);
Gratitude for holding the gala concert dedicated to the 100th anniversary of I. A. Moiseev at the highest professional level (2006);
Gratitude for holding the gala concert dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Sovremennik Theatre (2006);
Gratitude for preparing and holding the gala concert dedicated to the 95th anniversary of I. A. Moiseev at the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia (2001).