Ekaterina Pervushina is a laureate of International and All-Russian contests.
In early March, Ekaterina Pervushina, a laureate of international and all-Russian contests, joined the The Kremlin Ballet troupe that is part of the State Kremlin Palace Theater where she got the position of the leading master of the scene.
In 2008, she successfully graduated from one of the best Russian ballet schools: Perm State Choreography School (class of S.I. Sidorova) and as a leading soloist joined the ballet troupe of Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theater.
In this theater on the Volga, where the outstanding masters of St. Petersburg ballet worked at different times, Ekaterina Pervushina was able to show her best professional qualities and the talent of a musical and plastically gifted ballerina.
The repertoire of the young dancer includes the following classical parts: Nikiya and Gamzatti in La Bayadère (in the choreography of Marius Petipa, produced by Gabriela Komleva), Medora and Gulnare in Le Corsaire (in the choreography of Marius Petipa, production and new choreography by Vasily Medvedev), Princess Aurora and Princess Florine in The Sleeping Beauty (choreography by Marius Petipa revised by Konstantin Sergeyev, produced by Gabriela Komleva), Marie in The Nutcracker (in the choreography of Igor Chernyshev), Odette - Odile in Swan Lake (choreography by Lev Ivanov, Marius Petipa, Konstantin Sergeyev, Asaf Messerer, Alla Shelest, Igor Chernyshev), Kitri in Don Quixote (choreography by Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky revised by Cyril Shmorgoner), Anyuta in Anyuta, choreographed and directed by Vladimir Vasilyev, Lise in La Fille Mal Gardée, in the choreography and production of Kirill Shmorgoner, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, in the choreography and production of Kirill Shmorgoner, Soloist in Serenade, (Part II ˗ Waltz), in the choreography and production of Kirill Shmorgoner, etc.
In the first season of her work with the Kremlin Ballet, Ekaterina Pervushina prepared and performed parts in Pas de Trois in Swan Lake, Princess Florine in The Sleeping Beauty, and Marie in The Nutcracker and now, with great success she dances Kitri, Kitri's playmates, and variation in Don Quixote, Pas d'Esclave in Le Corsaire, the Seventh Waltz and Prelude in Les Sylphides, Dance of the Willis in Giselle, and Nikiya in La Bayadère.