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Sabina Yapparova

Originally from Ufa, Russia, Sabina graduated in 2001 from the Rudolf Nureyev Bashkir Ballet College in Ufa and joined the St Petersburg Tachkin Ballet Theatre.

In 2007 Sabina joined Mikhailovsky Ballet Theatre, where my repertoire included the roles of Juliet ( Romeo and Juliet, chor. by Oleg Vinogradov), Clemence (Raymonda), Kitri and Cupid, Flower girls (Don Quixote), Princess Aurora, Diamond Fairy, Violant Fairy, Blue Bird (Sleeping Beauty), Manu and Hindu Dance (La Bayadere), Valeria (Spartacus,chor. by Georgy Kovtun), Masha (The Nutcracker,chor. by Nikolay Boyarchikov), Gulnara (Le Corsaire, rev. by Farukh Ruzimatov), Sylphide, Giselle, Radish (Cipollino), Pasquala (Laurensia), The Flames of Paris, Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness, as wells one-act ballets by Nacho Duato.

Sabina was blessed to work with such iconic teachers as Alla Osipenko, Nikita Dolgushin, Oleg Vinogradov, Tatiyana Legat, Farukh Ruzimatov, Michail Messerer.Thanks to these amazing personalities, Sabina is inspired to carry the knowledge and love she feels for ballet to the future generations. As for her own artistic journey - Sabina has moved through all the company ranks gradually. From corps de ballet, through soloist to eventually performing principal roles. This has given her the immense understanding of the importance of each rank and each role, this ingrained in her the respect for the work and efforts that each artist dedicates themselves to. 

 Sabina can proudly say that she has an excellent academic knowledge of Russian Ballet and experienced their unwavering dedication, guidance, love and care towards her growth and development as a young dancer and later as an artist. Sabina is proud to continue the Russian tradition of passing the knowledge of the ballet history from generation to generation. 

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