Mosina Maria


Classical Ballet / Principal

Maria Mosina was born in Moscow and graduated from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Russia. Upon graduation, Ms. Mosina join the Bolshoi Ballet Grigorovich Company and (immediately) was chosen for principal roles. Mosina had toured the world appearing on all major European, American, African and Asian stages. Ms. Mosina performed leading roles in all major productions as a member of the Company, as well as a guest artist with many other festivals, galas, and companies. Among the most memorable ones are the International Arts Festival in Spoletto, Italy, Gala Performance in Memory of Nureyev in Ufa, and Fernando Bujones Gala in Miami, Florida. She also proudly possesses a commemorative diploma for appearing in the Royal Variety Performance before Her Majesty the Queen of England.

Ms. Mosina was invited by Colorado Ballet to join as a leading principal dancer. In the last 17 years, Ms. Mosina performed all major parts in classical productions such as Clara and Sugarplum Fairy in The Nutcracker, Sylphide in La Sylphide, Odette-Odille in Swan Lake, Aurora and Princess Florine in The Sleeping Beauty, Giselle in Giselle, Swanhilda in Coppelia, Kitri in Don Quixote, Talioni in Pas de Quatre, The Dying Swan, Le Spectre de La Rose and pas de deux from Le Corsaire, Talisman, Paquita, Les Sylphides. Ms. Mosina also had the chance to show her talent in neoclassical, modern and contemporary choreographed master pieces such as Balanchine’s Apollo, Rubies, Theme and Variations, Western Symphony, Serenade, Concerto Barocco, Stars and Stripes and Who Cares?, as well as Christopher Weeldon’s A Midsummer Night\'s Dream, Peter Pucci’s Size Nine Spirit (as seen on PBS). She has also performed Alvin Ailey’s River, Martha Graham’s monumental Appalachian Spring, Agnes de Mille\'s Rodeo, Paul Taylor\'s Company B, F.Ashton\'s Facade, Antony Tudor\'s Leaves are Fading and Echoing of Trumpets, Twyla Tharp\'s Nine Sinatra Songs and In The Upper Room, Michael Pink\'s Dracula and Hunchback of Notre Dame, S.Welch\'s Of Blessed Memory, Martin Fredmann\'s Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, A Little Love, Mon Dieu, Sechertorte, Silent Woods and Dreamspace ( as seen on PBS), Vebre\'s Where the Wild Things Are, Clark Tippet\'s Bruch Violin Concerto No.1, Lynn Taylor-Corbett\'s Great Galloping Gottschalk and many more.

Ms. Mosina was invited to appear as a guest artist at various prestigious festivals and galas all over United Sates. Ms. Mosina was a featured dancer on the cover of Dance Magazine, and has been praised for her incredible talent and sincere passion for dance. She also holds a master’s degree in methodology and pedagogy from the Moscow State Academy of Choreography. Ms. Mosina is now in her 17th year with the Colorado Ballet.

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