Arina Trostyanetskaya /

BALLET / A+B level, C level workshops

Keeping the general structure of a ballet class seminars will focus on body placement: neutral position of the pelvis, active shoulder blades, freedom in the hip joints, etc. The class will also pay attention to musicality and dynamics to help achieve better results and fully enjoy the flow of the class.
Arina Trostyanetskaya was formed as a dancer and later on as a teacher at Vaganova Ballet Academy and have been influenced by wonderful teaches from totally different backgrounds, masters like Laura Bernasconj, Kevin Cregan, Yannick Sempey, Amy Raymond, Allyson Way and many others.

Arina Trostyanetskaya (Russia) graduated from the Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet and taught modern dance both at the Academy and the Ballet School. In 2009 Arina joined the troupe of the Netherlands Dance Theatre (NDT 2) where she worked with Jiří Kylián, Hans van Manen, Paul Lightfoot, Sol León, and Ohad Naharin and began creating choreographies. In 2012 – 2015 she worked with the Danish Dance Theatre (Dansk Danseteater). According to Arina, she explored different styles: neoclassical, pantomime, grotes-que, expressionism, modern. Among her productions – “A big ballet in the village of Peremilovo” (Danish Dance Theatre), “Goodbye Prince Charming” and “A farewell lullaby” (Lucent Dance Theater).
Over the years Arina have been teaching at Balettacademien in Stockholm,
Dansehallerne and Pantomine Ballet in Copenhagen, Vaganova Ballet Academy and Eifman Ballet Academy in Saint-Petersburg.


Memories from Arina’s classes in Summer Dance School’ 2017 here...