Ballet
Denis Matvienko
Andrey Shanshin
Sergey Samoilenko
Vitaly Polovnikov
Anna Zharova
Anna Odintsova
Natalia Ershova
Anna Germizeeva
Olga Grishenkova
Vera Sabantseva
Maxim Grishenkov
Mikhail Lifentsev
Roman Polkovnikov
Ksenia Zakharova
Maria Kuzmina
Anastasia Lifentseva
Natalia Lifentseva
Ekaterina Likhova
Evgeny Graschenko
Konstantin Alexentsev
Ilia Golovchenko
Anastasia Turchina
Midori Terada
Koya Okawa
Artyom Pugachyov
Alexey Tyutyunnik
Nikita Ksenofontov
Evgeny Basalyuk
Mikhail Nedelsky
Nikolay Maltsev
Anastasia Ovchinnikova
Alicja Kaczor
Anastasiia Shepetukha
Emily Abrom
Isabella Gemmell-Morgan
Anna Nevzorova
Tana Palichova
Veronika Sitalo
Ekaterina Zabrovskaia
Valentiba Dergacheva
Elizaveta Anoshina
Eloise Hazlewood
Olesya Sanguliya
Tatyana Nosova
Alexandra Golovinskaya
Anna Arkhipenko
Margarita Solodova
Elizaveta Barannikova
Anna Osipova
Anna Marusina
Maya Grigorieva
Julia Kutnyakova
Natalia Shokot
Sofia Tsiplukhina
Ellina Zagurskaya
Anna Zimina
Julia Rudakova
Olga Poteshkina
Ekaterina Plesovskikh
Maria Nikolaeva
Zemfira Nazemtseva
Maria Mashkina
Ksenia Belousova
Ekaterina Malko
Angelina Laperdina
Diana Kozhurenko
Elena Zaretskaya
Nina Evseeva
Alyona Dyakina
Irina Drobysheva
Sofia Dernova
Glafira Soboleva
Tamara Tiunova
Julia Goncharova
Natalia Golovchenko
Marina Gaskova
Anastasia Vedernikova
Anna Bikovskaya
Pavel Aleksandrov
Nikita Koltunov
Artem Demchenko
Vincenzo Drogo
Vasily Sidorenko
Kirill Bogdanov
Kirill Kruglov
Kohey Fukuda
Elisey Inshakov
Konstantin Blinov
Denis Golov
Anton Bashmakov
Danil Pikarenko
Yuri Zinnurov
Semyon Goncharenko
Ilya Solomonov
Vasily Sobolev
Ruslan Sagdakov
Kirill Novitsky
Artyom Klimov
Maxim Zimin
Evgeny Dubrovsky
Dmitry Zheleznyak
Milan Voronyuk
Oleg Banin
Maxim Babkin
Vladimir Grigoriev
Tatiana Kladnichkina
Larisa Vasilevskaya
Nina Furalyova
Galina Sedova
Victoria Ryazhenova
Vitaly Keba
Zhanna Sharifullina
Victoria Solomina
Italia Novikova

Director of the Ballet

Denis Matvienko

Honoured Artist of Ukraine

Denis Matvienko was born in Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine). From 1989 to 1997 he studied in Kyiv State Choreographic School, class of Valery Parsegov. While being a student of graduation class of the school, Denis made his debut on stage of the National Opera of Ukraine in Sleeping Beauty ballet (part of Prince Désiré).

From 1997 to 2001  soloist of the National Opera of Ukraine n.a. T. Shevchenko (Kiyv). Between 2001 and 2002  principal dancer of the Mariinsky Theatre. During only one season Denis performed numerous parts in such productions as La Sylphide (James), Le Corsaire (Ali), Don Quixote (Basil), Jewels (Emeralds), Theme and Variations. He was the first performer of Princes part in Cinderella ballet choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky (2002). From 2003 to 2007  principal dancer of the National Opera of Ukraine. From 2007 to 2009  principal dancer of the Mikhailovsky Theatre.

Denis participates as a guest soloist in such theatres as New National Theatre in Tokyo, Bolshoi Theatre, Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Paris Opera, American Ballet Theatre (ABT). Since 2009  principal dancer of the Mariinsky Theatre. From 2011 to 2013  artistic director of the National Opera of Ukraines Ballet Company.

  • Laureate of IV International contest of ballet artists in Luxemburg (Grand prix, 1997)
  • Laureate of III International contest of ballet artists n.a. Rudolph Nureyev in Budapest (Grand prix, 1998)
  • Laureate of III International contest of modern and classical choreography (Gold medal and award of Vaslav Nijinsky, Nagoya, Japan, 1999)
  • Laureate of X International contest of ballet dancers and choreographers in Moscow (Grand prix, Moscow, 2005)
  • "Soul of the Dance" award in "Star" nomination (2008)
  • Awarded with Ministry of Culture of Tatarstan Republic "For Cultural Achievements" award pin
  • Laureate of "DANCE OPEN" International ballet award in nomination "Best duet" (2011)
Denis Matvienko: There is no limit for excellence
The art director of NOVATs ballet company Denis Matvienko spoke about the Peer Gynt premiere.
April 15, 2017

Coming soon

Peer Gynt
modern ballet in two acts
Peer Gynt