NATIONAL CLASSICAL BALLET
Art-Director Anna Nehlyudova
Young group founded in Moscow 10 years ago by Anna Nekhlyudova.
Throughout its existence the group has been well received among ballet dancers, choreographers, ballet critics and spectators in Russia and internationally and new shows and performances are eagerly awaited. In performance NCB makes use of advanced light design, special effects and stage scenery. The scenery is unique to the company and separates NCB from other dance companies.
Currently, NCB consists of the graduates from Moscow Academy of Choreography, Vaganova Academy of Russian Ballet, Ufa Choreographic College of Rudolph Nureyev and other well-known Russian ballet schools. Among the group members are experienced ballet dancers including honoured artists of Russia and laureates of international ballet competitions as well as young dancers just starting their careers. NCB focuses on their development as ballet dancers and members of the company, carefully developing their talents as well as supporting and preserving the traditions of Russian classical ballet.
Anna Nekhlyudova is the founder and head choreographer of NCB. She graduated from Moscow Academy of Choreography in 1994 specializing in classical ballet. In 2010 she was awarded with the title of performance art manager of Moscow Academy of Choreography. She was a solo dancer in Bolshoi Theater and Kremlin Ballet theater. She also proved to be a talented ballet mistress for S.A. Radchenko’s Moscow Festival Ballet.
NCB repertoire includes classical Russian ballets including
Every year NCB tours internationally. Since its founding the company has been welcomed by European, North American, Asian and African countries where their shows have been a success. International fans of Russian classical ballet appreciate NCB.’s versions of their favourite performances. Audiences are sharing their opinions on social media and anxiously await new performances by the company.
National Classical Ballet continues to improve their current repertoire while preparing new works, involving new choreographers and ballet stars.