Denis Klimuk

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Denis Klimuk graduated from Belarusian State Choreographic College in 2002. In 2003–2013 he was a principal soloist with the Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus. He was also a guest soloist of Georgian Ballet, where his repertoire included the leading roles in the ballets of Ashton, Balanchine and Possokhov. In 2013–2014 he was a principal soloist with Eifman Ballet in St. Petersburg, where he danced Ivan (“Beyond Sin”), Tchekist (“The Red Giselle”), General (“Onegin”), Karenin (“Anna Karenina”) among others. Since Autumn 2014 he is a principal dancer with the Estonian National Ballet. His repertoire includes the Master (Tubin’s “The Goblin”), the title role in Cranko’s “Onegin”, Thyl Ulenspiegel (Yelizariev’s “Legend of Thyl Ulenspiegel”), Spartacus (Khachaturyan’s “Spartacus”), God and Adam (Petrov’s “Creation of the World”), Paris and Tybalt (Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”), Tchaikovsky’s Prince Désiré (“The Sleeping Beauty”), Prince Siegfried and Rothbart (“Swan Lake”), Drosselmeyer and Arabian Dance (“The Nutcracker”), Yaropolk and Vladimir (Mdivany’s “Passion”), Minkus’ Solor (“La Bayadere”) and Espada (“Don Quixote”), Adam’s Hans (“Giselle”), Conrad and Birbanto (“Le Corsaire”), Phoebus and Claude (Pugni’s “La Esmeralda”), Girei (Asafiev’s “The Fountain of Bakhchisarai”), Tristan (Troyan’s “Tristan and Isolde”), José (Shchedrin’s “Carmen-Suite”), Golden Slave (Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Sheherazade”), Student (Gavrilin’s “Anyuta”), Man (MacMillan’s “Song of the Earth”), soloist part in Edur’s “Silent Monologues” among others. In 2011 he was awarded the Francysk Skaryna Medal for outstanding creative achievements, professionalism and considerable contribution to the development of national culture and arts.

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