Bakhtiar Adamzhan

artists
  • Principal soloist of Astana State Opera and Ballet Theatre 
  • Winner of numerous prizes in national and international competitions
  • Grand prix at the International Ballet Contests in Astana, New York and Istanbul (2016-2017)


Baktiar was born in the city of Saryozeke, Almaty region. He graduated from the Almaty Choreographic School named after A.V. Seleznev (2003-2011). From 2011 to 2013 - soloist of Astana Opera and Ballet Theatre. Since 2013 he had been a soloist of State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after Abay. Since 2015 he has been the principal soloist of Astana Opera.

 
Awards:

 Prize-winner at the VII International Competition of Choreographic Schools of Siberia (Novosibirsk, 2008);

 Diploma of the International KIBC Contest (South Korea, 2009);

 Prize-winner at the International Contest of Ballet Artists "Arrow" (2010);

 The holder of the scholarship of the First President of RK NA. Nazarbayev (2010-2011);

 Laureate of the 1st prize of the International Festival of Creative Youth "Shabyt" (2012);

 The winner of the II Prize of the International Ballet Competition "Grand Prix of Siberia" (Krasnoyarsk, 2014);

 Grand Prix of the V International Ballet Competition in Istanbul (Turkey, July 8, 2016);

 Laureate of the 1st Prize of the XIII International Dance Contest in Seoul (South Korea, August 10, 2016);

 Grand Prix of the III International Ballet Competition in Astana (September 16, 2016);

 Grand Prix of the International Competition of Ballet Dancers VKIBC (New York, USA, 2017);

 Prize-winner at the XIII International Competition of Ballet and Choreographers in Moscow (Russia, 2017).

 

Repertoire:

Spartacus (Spartak A. Khachaturyan)

Benvolio ("Romeo and Juliet" by S. Prokofiev)

The Jester ("The Swan Lake" by P. Tchaikovsky)

Syrym ("Karagoz" G. Zhubanova)

Nutcracker-Prince (The Nutcracker by P. Tchaikovsky)

Nurali ("The Fountain of Bakhchisarai" by B. Asafyev)

Solor (La Bayadère by L. Minkus)

Quasimodo (Notre Dame de Paris)

Basil (Don Quixote by L. Minkus)

Lesko ("Manon" to the music of J. Massenet)
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