Sergey Filin, born on October 27, 1970 in Moscow.
Dancing he started at the age of seven in the Song and Dance Ensemble Loktev name. The ensemble Sergei Filin danced for two years, during the same period, he starred in the film “The Sun in a string bag.” At age 10 he entered the Moscow Academic Choreography School, where primary classes of his teacher was Natalia Yaschenkova and in the graduating class – Alexander Prokofiev.
In 1988, Sergei Filin graduated from the Moscow Ballet School in 1991 – performing Moscow State Choreographic Institute (now the Institute and College amalgamated into the Moscow State Academy of Choreography), in 2006, received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Moscow State University. MV Lomonosov Moscow State University.
After graduating from college in 1988, he was admitted to the ballet troupe of the Bolshoi Theater. Rehearsed under Nikolai Simachev, Marina Semenova and Nicholas Fadeyechev.
His first great performances – “Swan Lake”, “Giselle”, “La Bayadere” Filin dancing with Galina Stepanenko. His repertoire included the leading and solo roles: teacher (“conservative”), Benedict (“Love for Love”), Romeo (“Romeo and Juliet”), Count Cherry (“Cipollino”), Conrad (“Corsair”), Solor (“La Bayadere”), Tom (“Last Tango”), Jean de Brienne (“Raymond”), Prince Siegfried (“Swan Lake”), The Nutcracker Prince (“Nutcracker”), Prince Desire (“The Sleeping Beauty”), James (“La Sylphide”), Singer (“Charms of Mannerism”), Singer (“Capriccio”), Singer, Albert (“Giselle”), Singer (“Mozartiana”), teacher (“Lesson”), Taor (“Pharaoh’s Daughter “), a classical dancer (” The Bright Stream “) and others.
The work of Nina Ananiashvili has enriched its repertoire of world premieres of Australian Stanton Welch – Green (” Green “) and Opus X, as well as new roles in ballets Ratmansky’s “Charms of Mannerism” (1997), “Mozartiana” and “Dreams about Japan” (1998).
However, Ananiashvili, he danced “Swan Lake” staged by Ivan Nagy in the Municipal Theater of Santiago (Teatro Municipal de Santiago) (Chile, 2004), “Sleeping Beauty” (directed by Victor Ron) in Budapest with the Hungarian National Ballet (2003).
Sergei Filin was a soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre, guest star of the English National Ballet and the Houston Ballet . He danced with various Western groups: with entreprise “Malakhov and Friends” visited Japan and Greece, as well as the ballet festival in the Finnish town of Savonlinna, with the company “Tokyo Ballet” (Tokyo Ballet) participated in the International Ballet Festival in Tokyo (2000) .
In 2004, the owl has played a major role in the comedy-ballet “Love eyes of the detective” on the play by British playwright Peter Shaffer at the State Academic Theater named after V. Mayakovsky.
In 2005, he made his debut at the Vienna State Opera as Count Albert in the ballet “Giselle” (Editorial Elena Chernyshova).
In 2007, he made his debut at the Bolshoi Theatre in London Party Conrad in the ballet “Le Corsaire” directed and choreographed by Ratmansky and new Boatmen.
In 2008, Sergei Filin left a career dancer, having been appointed to the post of artistic director of the ballet troupe of the Moscow Academic Music Theatre. KS Stanislavsky and Vl.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko.
March 18, 2011 he was appointed artistic director of the ballet troupe of the Bolshoi Theater of Russia.
January 17, 2013 in Moscow, Sergei Filin was attacked – in the face splashed acid after which he was admitted to hospital with third-degree burns on the face and eye burns. Filin suffered 30 operations. The organizer of the attack by the court has been recognized dancer Bolshoi Paul Dmitrichenko, who was sentenced to six years in prison, later reduced that period to six months.
In July 2015 it was announced that the contract Owl at the Bolshoi Theatre will not be renewed upon expiry In March 2016, cooperation in the theater can be continued in a different form.
Sergei Filin – People’s Artist of Russia (2001). Prize Winner of the International Dance Association Benois de la danse (“Prix Benois de la Dance”, 1994), the prize “Best Dancer of the Year” Italian magazine Danza-Danza (1995); prize “Ballet” magazine – “Soul of the Dance” in the “Star Dance” (2002), International Ballet Award “Stars of the 21st Century” (2006). Winner of the Theatre Award “Golden Mask” (2004).
Owl was married to the Bolshoi Theater soloist Inna Petrova, in this marriage was born the son of Daniel. His current wife is a dancer Prorvich Mary, have two children.
The material is based on information RIA Novosti and open source