Tatyana Rozanova

Chief director of the performance
Honored culture worker of Russian Federation

 

Assistant to the art director of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre.
Rozanova Tatyana Andreevna has been working in the theatre since 1994.
Upon graduation from the Moscow Academic Choreographic Institution she was invited to join the ballet company of the State Academic Bolshoi theatre of USSR where she was working as a ballet dancer for 21 years.
She obtained a higher education at the Lunacharsky Russian Academy of Theatre Arts – the theatre studies faculty (professor N.I. Elyash’s course).
Then she was working as a teacher and manager at the choreographic lyceum attached to the Institute of Modern Arts.
In 1994 she began to work as a stage director of topline performances; in 2005 she became an assistant to the art director of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre as well as a director of topline performances and theatre concerts on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace (SKP) and other stages of Moscow, Russia and abroad. Since 1994 she has been taking part in preparations for opening nights as well as holding of all theatre performances under the guidance of the theatre art director - A.B. Petrov. She has staged the following performances: “Swan lake”, “Giselle”, “The Sleeping Beauty”, “Esmeralda”, “The Corsair”, “Figaro”, “The Snow Maiden”, “One thousand and one nights” as well as performances of the “Russian seasons of the XXI century” project: “The Blue God”, “The Firebird”, “Tamar”, “Scheherazade” and many others.
Tatyana Rozanova together with the artistic-stage and other sections of the SKP coordinates performances of the theatre current repertoire as well as opening nights on the SKP stage, and arranges tours within the country and abroad.
Under the guidance of the theatre administration she carries out artistic and organization work, cooperates with tour managers to arrange tours to various theatres of the world: England and Bulgaria, Hungary and Macedonia, China and South Korea, Lebanon and Thailand, Jordan and Italy, Spain and Greece, India and Cyprus, France and the United Arab Emirates, Azerbaidjan and Ukraine, Tadjikistan and Belarus, Poland and Germany as well as numerous cities of Russia.

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