Viktoria Kutepova

Viktoria Kutepova

Ballerina
Country: Russia

Content:
  1. Biography of Victoria Kuteptova
  2. Early Career
  3. Marinsky Theatre
  4. Mikhailovsky Theatre
  5. Repertoire

Biography of Victoria Kuteptova

Victoria Kuteptova is a renowned ballerina who has made a significant impact on the world of ballet.

Early Career

In 1999, she graduated from the A. Ya. Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet, studying under the guidance of E.V. Evteeva, a notable ballet teacher in Russia.

Marinsky Theatre

From 1999 to 2009, Kuteptova was a member of the Mariinsky Theatre troupe. During her time there, she showcased her incredible talent in various ballet productions, including "Bachchisarai Fountain," "Giselle," "Don Quixote," "Prodigal Son," "Walpurgis Night," "Romeo and Juliet," "Swan Lake," "The Nutcracker," and many others.

Mikhailovsky Theatre

In 2009, Kuteptova joined the Mikhailovsky Theatre troupe. She continued to impress audiences with her remarkable skills and versatility. Some of her notable performances at the Mikhailovsky Theatre include "Le Corsaire," "Giselle, or The Wilis," "La Bayadere," "Sleeping Beauty," "Don Quixote," "Raymonda," "Swan Lake," "Laurence," "Nunc Dimittis," "Spartacus," and "Prelude."

Repertoire

Throughout her career, Kuteptova has portrayed various iconic roles in numerous ballet productions. Her repertoire includes Maria in "Bachchisarai Fountain," Mirta, Zulma, and Monna in "Giselle," Street Dancer in "Don Quixote," Siren in "Prodigal Son," Juliet's Peer in "Romeo and Juliet," Pas de trios, Spanish Dance, and Big Swans in "Swan Lake," Clara's Sisters in "The Nutcracker," Skinny in "Cinderella," "In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated," "Approximate Sonata," "Now and Then, Spring and Fall," "Duet," "Tenderly, with Fire," and "Bakhti."

Victoria Kuteptova's unwavering dedication to her craft, exceptional technique, and captivating stage presence have made her a beloved figure in the ballet world. Her performances continue to inspire and amaze audiences worldwide.

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