Kremensky Vadim is a ballet master and principal performer of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation. He graduated from the Belarus Choreographic Institution. From 1983 to 1990 he played the major parts of the ballet repertoire in different theatres – the Donetsk Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Pushkin Opera and Ballet Theatre of Nizhny Novgorod, the Bolshoi Theatre of BSSR. In 1990 he was invited to join the Kremlin Ballet Theatre. He has an ambitious education and a great stage experience. He‘s also noted for his graceful jumps, such as a brilliant technique of “batterie”. He participated on repeated occasions in the tours of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre and was invited as the principal dancer to perform with different groups in England, Spain, China and Greece. Vadim Kremensky trains the principal performer of the Kremlin Ballet Theatre – Mikhail Martynyuk – and other artists. Vadim Kremensky (together with Svetlana Romanova) is regularly training ballet dancers for Andris Liepa’s ballet projects – “the Russian seasons of XXI century”.