Anastasia’s success was already remarkable in her early stage in The Academy of Ballet and her talent developed rapidly during all 8 years of study there. Being a student, Anastasia always performed on tour with The Russian Academy of Ballet all over around the world: in Japan, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Portugal. Many journalists and critics pointed out her endowments.

In 2005, after graduation from The Moscow State Academy of Ballet under Vatuly E.N., she was accepted to «La Classique Moscow Ballet» under Melikov E. G., where she performed vivid role of The Street Dancer in Don Quixote and The Skinny in Cinderella. She also could perform classical roles such as Giselle, Les Sylphides, and Swan Lake in a filigree manner.

Since 2006, Anastasia has been working in The Russian Classical Ballet under H. Usmanov as well as a guest soloist in The Russian National Ballet.

In 2011, she graduated from The Bolshoi Ballet Academy, Education Department.
Her striking combination of natural lightness and dramatic talent allowed her to manage with the difficult roles such as the Dryad Queen in Don Quixote, Myrtha in Giselle when she was 19 years old. She tries to perform different roles, so she danced all five brides in Swan Lake.

Critics mark Anastasia’s wonderful elegance and aristocratism in Pas de Quatre of Pugni, where she performed Marie Taglioni, one of the greatest dancers of the nineteenth century. Anastasia managed to render the ballerina’s air way of dancing.  
One can feel a strong character and a big talent in this fragile woman with blue eyes and grace.


The Dryad Queen (Don Quixote by Petipa,Gorsky/Minkus)

The Street Dancer (Don Quixote by Petipa,Gorsky/Minkus)

Grand Pas (The Temple Dancer by Petipa/Minkus)

Columbine, the Russian, the Spanish and the French dolls (The Nutcracker of Tchaikovsky, choreographed by Vainonen)

The Lilac Fairy, Princess Florine (The Sleeping Beauty of Tchaikovsky, choreographed by Petipa/Grigorovich)

Pas de trois, The Spanish, The Hungarian, The Neapolitan, The Polish brides (Swan Lake of Tchaikovsky, choreographed by Petipa/Ivanov/Gorsky)

The Fairy Godmother, The Skinny (Cinderella of Prokofiev, choreographed by Zacharov)

Peasant pas de deux, Myrtha (Giselle of Adam, choreographed by Coralli, Perrot, Petipa)

Juliet’s friends (Romeo and Juliet of Prokofiev, choreographed by Grigirovich)

The 11th Waltz (Les Sylphides of Chopin, choreographed by Fokin)

Tarantella by Gottschalk, choreographed by Balanchin

Pas de deux (Flower Festival in Cinzano)