Olga Grigoryeva

Olga graduated from The Siberian Academy of Choreography in Ulan-Ude in 1991.

In the same year, she was invited to The Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre as a soloist and worked there till 1993. She performed Masha in The Nutcracker, Peasant pas de deux in Giselle, Pas de deux de l'Oiseau bleu et la Princesse Florine in The Sleeping Beauty, and many other roles.

In 1993, Olga became a prima ballerina of Moscow City Ballet which she went on tours with to America, Japan, France, Great Britain, China, Canada, Italy and many other countries
In 1997, she was invited to The Russian National Ballet, where she danced such roles as Kitri in Don Quixote, Carmen in Carmen Suite, Odette/Odile in Swan Lake, Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty.

Her uncommon gift to penetrate into the image and open it as a flower makes even the most severe balletomanes tremble.

Elegancy and aristocratism mark out Olga from many present ballerinas. Her lyricism and lightness, as well as magnificent technique and actor’s skills carry audience in the wonderful world of dance and completely immerse in a story on the stage.

Leading Roles:

Odette/Odile, Pas de trios, The Russian bride (Swan Lake)
Princess Aurora, The Lilac Fairy, Pas de deux de l'Oiseau bleu et la Princesse Florine (The Sleeping Beauty)
Masha (The Nutcracker)
Giselle, Peasant pas de deux (Giselle)
Carmen (Carmen)
Kitri (Don Quixote)
Cinderella (Cinderella)
Pas de trios (Paquita)
A trio of shadows (The Temple Dancer)
The shepherdesses (Spartak)
Trio Shirin (The legend about love)