Who is Ekaterina Krysanova? Wiki, Biography, Age, Spouse, Net Worth

Ekaterina Krysanova Wiki – Ekaterina Krysanova Biography

Ekaterina Krysanova is a well-known celebrity from Russia. So let’s check out Ekaterina Krysanova’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details. Ekaterina Krysanova was born in the Moscow, USSR

in 1985.

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

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Real Name Ekaterina Valerievna Krysanova
Nickname Ekaterina
Profession Dancer

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Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace

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Age (2021) 36 Years
Birthplace Moscow
Date Of Birth 22 March 1985
Sunsign Aries
Hometown Moscow
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality Russian

Ekaterina Valerievna Krysanova was born on 22 March 1985 in Moscow. Ekaterina age is 36 years as of in 2021 and his birthplace is Moscow.
Currently, She is living in Moscow, and working as Dancer.
By nationality, She is Russian, and currently, her food habit is mix vegetarian & non-vegetarian.
She also worships all the Gods and goddesses and also celebrates all the festivals.
His hobby is acting. She loves doing acting in movies and shows.

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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements

Ekaterina’s height is Not Available tall and she looks tall when standing with her friends. Though she is a little tall as compared to her friends still she manages to maintain her weight.
His weight is around Not Available and she always exercises to maintain that. She loves to do exercises regularly and also tells others to do that.
According to Ekaterina, you must have to do exercise regularly to stay fit. her body measurements are not available currently, but we will update them very soon.

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Ekaterina Krysanova Spouse, Husband, , Personal Life

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her Boyfriend’s name is Not Available. They are in relation from previous few years of strong relationship. We have no information about Ekaterina’s Boyfriend.
But we are sure that Ekaterina is Married and her Husband’s name is Not Available. Now, her relationship is perfect. We have no more information about her Husband.
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Ekaterina Valerievna Krysanova Net Worth

The Ekaterina Valerievna Krysanova Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.

Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD

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Fast Facts You Need To Know


Friend/friends to Zina (D. Shostakovich’s The Bright Stream, choreography by . A. Ratmansky) Grand Pas variation, 2nd variation in Raimonda’s Dreams (Raymonda by A. Glazunov, choreography by M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version) Friend/friends to Shireen (A. Melikov’s A Legend of Love, choreography by Y. Grigorovich) Typist/Typists (D. Shostakovich’s Bolt, choreography by . A. Ratmansky) Temptation (Les Presages to music by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by L. Massine) Friend/friends to the Prince, Polish Bride (Swan Lake by P. Tchaikovsky, Y. Grigorovich’s second version) Soloist in Part 4 (Symphony in C) Dryad/Three Dryads, 1st Variation in Grand Pas (L. Minkus’ Don Quixote, choreography by M. Petipa, A. Gorsky, A. Fadeyechev’s version) Friend to Giselle, Two Wilis (Giselle by A. Adam, choreography by J. Coralli, J. Perrot, M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version) Sylph/Sylphs (La Sylphide by H. Levenskiold, choreography by A. Bournonville in version) Soloist (I. Stravinsky’s Jeu de cards, choreography by A. Ratmansky)

Princess Aurora (The Sleeping Beauty) Autumn, Waltz Soloist/Soloists, Cinderella (S. Prokofiev’s Cinderella, choreography by Y. Possokhov, director Y. Borisov) — creation Lyuska (D. Shostakovich’s The Golden Age, choreography by Y. Grigorovich) Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux (choreography by G. Balanchine) Gamzatti (La Bayadere) — debut on the Bolshoi Theatre tour to Monte-Carlo Zina (The Bright Stream) — debut on the Bolshoi Theatre tour to Novosibirsk Odette-Odile (Swan Lake)

The title part (H. Levenskiold’s La Sylphide, choreography by A. Bournonville, J. Kobborg’s version) Amour (creation), Mireille de Poitiers (B. Asfiev’s The Flames of Paris, production and new choreography by A. Ratmansky after V. Vainonen) Kitri (Don Quixote) Variation (Grand Pas classique for the ballet Paquita by L. Minkus, choreography by M. Petipa, new choreographic version by Y. Burlaka) — among the creators of this version of the ballet The Couple in Violet (Russian Seasons by L. Desyatnikov, choreography by A. Ratmansky) — among the creators at the Bolshoi Theatre Marie (Nutcracker)

L’Aurore (Coppelia by L. Délibes, choreography by M. Petipa and E. Cecchetti; revival and new choreographic version by S. Vikharev) — creation at the Bolshoi Theatre Aegina (A. Khachaturian’s Spartacus, choreography by Y. Grigorovich) The Couple in Yellow (Russian Seasons) — debut on the Bolshoi Theatre tour to St.Petersburg Ballerina (The Bright Stream) Fleur de Lys (C. Pugni’s Esmeralda, choreography by M. Petipa, staging and new choreographic version by Y. Burlaka and V. Medvedev)

Florine (L. Desyatnikov’s Lost Illusions, choreography by A. Ratmansky) — creation Part in Chroma (music by Joby Talbot and Jack White, choreography by W. McGregor) — among the creators at the Bolshoi Theatre


In 2017, Krysanova appeared in The Taming of the Shrew at the David H. Koch Theater and in 2018 she performed in Don Quixote.

2017 — Katharina (The Taming of the Shrew to music by D. Shostakovich, choreography by J.-C. Maillot) with Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo (Vladislav Lantratov as Petruchio).


2015 – Don Quixote (Ernest Latypov as Basilio) and Swan Lake (Danila Korsuntsev as Prince Siegfried) at the Mariinsky Theatre; Odette/Odile in Swan Lake at the Mariinsky Theatre in the framework of XXIII Music Festival Stars of the White Nights (K. Sergeyev version, Danila Korsuntsev as Prince Siegfried).


‘two couples’ in Part 3, Soloist Part 3 (Symphony in C to music by G. Bizet, choreography by G. Balanchine) 1st variation in The Shadows (L. Minkus’ La Bayadere, choreography by M. Petipa, Y. Grigorovich’s version) Part in Passacaille to music by A. von Webern (choreography by R. Petit) Fairy of Audacity (The Sleeping Beauty by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by Y. Grigorovich) 1st pas de trois (Agon by I. Stravinsky, choreography by G. Balanchine) Girls (Magrittomania to music by Y. Krasavin, choreography by Y. Possokhov) — creation at Bolshoi Theatre Guadalquivir (C. Pugni’s La Fille du Pharaon, choreography by P. Lacotte after M. Petipa)

Giselle (Giselle in the version by Y. Grigorovich) Jeanne (The Flames of Paris) The Leading Couple in Diamonds (Part III of Jewels to music by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by G. Balanchine) The Leading Couple (Classical Symphony to music by S. Prokofiev, choreography by Y. Possokhov) — among the creators at the Bolshoi Theatre Terpsichore (Apollon Musagète by I. Stravinsky, choreography by G. Balanchine)

Katharina (The Taming of the Shrew to music by D. Shostakovich, choreography by J.-C. Maillot) — creation Mekhmene Banu (A Legend of Love)

Tatiana (Onegin to music by P. Tchaikovsky, choreography by J. Cranko) Novice (The Cage to music by I. Stravinsky, choreography by J. Robbins) Ballerina (Etudes to music by Carl Czerny, choreography by H. Lander) — creation at the Bolshoi Theatre Carmen (Carmen Suite to music by G. Bizet-R. Shchedrin, A. Alonso production) Juliet (Romeo and Juliet, choreography by A. Ratmansky) – creation at the Bolshoi Theatre


Title part (Raymonda) Part in Short time together to music by M. Richter and L. van Beethoven (choreography by P. Lightfoot and S. León) – among the creators at the Bolshoi Theatre Ondine (Ondine by H. W. Henze, choreography by V. Samodurov) Anyuta (Anyuta to music by V. Gavrilin, choreography by V. Vasiliev) Rita (The Golden Age)

Ballerina (Petrushka by I. Stravinsky, choreography by E. Clug) – creation


In 2011, she took part in a co-project of the Bolshoi Theatre and California Centre for the Arts (Remansos to music by E. Granados, choreography by Nacho Duato; Fractus to music by N. Chatham, choreography by K. Armitage; Pas de Trois to music by M. Glinka, choreography by G. Balanchine; Cinque to music by A. Vivaldi, choreography by M. Bigonzetti).

2011 – Gamzatti in La Bayadere with the Tatar Opera and Ballet Theatre within the framework of the Nureyev Ballet Festival (Kazan); Kitri in Don Quixote (R. Barra’s production) with the Bavarian State Ballet (Basilio – Andrei Merkuriev, Flavio Salamanca, Lukáš Slavický); Odette/Odile in Swan Lake with Berlin State Ballet (P. Barra’s production, Dinu Tamazlacaru as Prince Siegfried) and the title part in La Peri (choreography by V. Malakhov; Akhmed – Mikhail Kaniskin). The same year she appeared at the star gala-concert in memoriam of Galina Ulanova from the The Russian ballet icons cycle on the stage of the London Coliseum — there she danced pas de deux from The Flames of Paris opposite Vladislav Lantratov.


2009 – Medora in Le Corsaire with Bavarian State Ballet (Lukáš Slavický as Conrad); Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty In Kazan, with the Tatar Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet within the framework of the Nureyev Ballet Festival (Kazan, Andrei Merkuriev as Prince Desiree).


In 2007, she appeared in the ballet Old Ladies Falling Out to music by L. Desyatnikov (choreography by A. Ratmansky), which was shown first at the Territory Festival, and then under the auspices of the Studio of New Choreography workshop.


In 2001, she won 1st prize at the Prix de Luxembourg International Ballet Competition and the 3rd at the International Ballet Competition in Moscow (Junior group, Soloists category). In 2002, she won 3rd prize at Vaganova-Prix International Ballet Competition “Ваганова-prix” (Saint-Petersburg). In 2005, she won 2nd prize at International Ballet Competition in Moscow. In 2008, she was awarded the Ballet magazine Soul of Dance prize in the Rising Star category. In 2013, she was awarded the title of People’s Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania. 2015 – The Golden Mask National Theatre prize in the The Best ballet female part category for her interpretation of the role of Katharina in The Taming of the Shrew; Positano Léonide Massine Prize (in the Dancer of the Year on the International Stage nomination). 2016 – the twined Prize Benois-Massine Moscow-Positano. In 2018, Ekaterina Krysanova and Igor Tsvirko were awarded the prize of the international ballet festival Dance Open as “Best Duet”; awarded the title “Honored artist of the Russian Federation”.


Krysanova was born in Moscow, Russia in 1985 and was trained at the Lavrovsky School of Ballet. She received a gold medal in 2001 at the Prix de Luxembourg International Ballet Competition and the same year was awarded a bronze in the Junior Competition. In 2002 she was awarded another bronze in Saint Petersburg and the same year attended Bolshoi Ballet Academy from which she graduated in 2003. In the same year, she became a member of the Bolshoi Ballet. She was promoted to the rank of soloist in 2006, became a first soloist in 2008 and by 2009 had been promoted to Leading Soloist under the direction of Svetlana Adyrkhaeva, appearing with the Bavarian State Opera. On the 3rd December of 2011, after a performance of The Bright Stream, Krysanova (who played the role of Zina) reached the rank of Principal. She had appeared in such works as In the Upper Room of Twyla Tharp, Class Concert, Bolt by Alexei Ratmansky, Cinque, Russian Seasons, Ondine and many other contemporary works. Her first soloist role was as the Spanish Doll in The Nutcracker and was followed by the Fairy of Audacity in Sleeping Beauty, as well as many other memorable roles, most of which were produced by Yuri Grigorovich.

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