Stanislav Belyaevsky was born in Leningrad (St.Petersburg) 1973. In 1983, he was
admitted to Leningrad Vaganova Academic Choreographic School (Vaganova Academy)
where his young talent began to shine.
In school, Mr.Belyaevsky received 9years of intensive training with famous Ballet
Master, Vladimir Semenov. Guided by Vladimir Semenov, Mr. Belyaevsky made his
successful debut in the role of the Youth in 'Shopeniana', and Albert in 'Giselle'.
Later, in 1988, he was chosen to dance for the Performance dedicated to the '250
years Anniversary of Vaganova Choreographic School'. In the following year, he had
his first international tour representing the Vaganova Choreographic School in USA,
France, Germany, Holland Iceland and Israel.
Upon his graduation in 1991, Mr.Belyaevsky was invited to join the world re-known
ballet company, the Kirov theatere (the Maryinsky Theatre).
In his first season with the Kirov Ballet, he already was given to dance Albert in 'Giselle'.
With his natural noble beauty and elegant manners Mr. Belyaevsky led his performance
to a great success.
After his glorious debut as Albert, he was given to dance all the major classical roles
which includes Prince Sigfrid, in 'Swan Lake', Prince Desire in Sleeping Beauty,
Prince in 'the Nutcracker', the Youth in 'Shopiniana', Le Spectre de la rose in t
he ballet with the same name, Vaslav in 'the fountain of Bakhchisaray, and
Colen from 'La fill mal garde'. Later on he also danced Balanchine ballets such
as the 'Crystal Palace' (Symphony in C) and also the 'Cognition' (in the music
of Albinony) by Boris Eifman.
In many of the performances, he danced with many of the world famous ballet
stars such as A.Asylmuratova, J.Ayupova, J.Mahalina, and U.Lopatkina.
Dancing with the Maryinsky Theatre (the Kirov Ballet) as a Principal Dancer,
he tried to develop his creative potential as well. The co-operation with
O.Vinogradov was an important part of his creative development. In 1994, for
the primer of the new 'Cinderella' choreographed by O.Vinogradov, Mr.Belyaevsky
was chosen to dance the main role with charming Janna Ayupova. Mr.Beyaevsky
danced many other dances by O.Vinogradov. He also appeared in films about
Kshesinskay and about ballet 'Cinderella'.
Participating in international tours with Maryinsky Theatre, he shows his brilliant
and pure technique, handsome physical appearance creative experience and the
most important -rich artistry- to the Western Audience. In 1997, Mr.Belyaevsky
was invited to German State Opera in Berlin.
Working in Germany, he had great opportunities to work with many famous
western Ballet Masters. Among them, P.Bart, a famous former French dancer
who works as a Ballet Master and a Choreographer in Grand Opera in Paris,
made many special parts for Mr.Belyaevsky. Also, David Saterland had presented
Mr.Belyaevsky with a part of young King Henrich in his ballet, 'the History of
Pygmalion and Don Huan'. He had danced many Contemporary works as well
which gave him a different vision to the art of moving.
In 2000, Mr.Belyaevsky was another invitation from Jorma Uotinen, the director
of Finish National Opera as a leading dancer. The theater's repertory was very
attracting to Mr.Belyaevsky. Immediately after joining the Finish National Ballet,
he danced Lensky in 'Onegin', Oberon in 'A midsummer night's dream' by Shperly,
Albert in 'Geselle' by Guillem, Prince Desirein 'Sleeping Beauty' by Nureev,
'Violin Concerto' and 'Serenade' by Balanchine, Basil, in 'DonQ', and the Prince
in 'Cinderella' by Stivenson.
In 2002, March, he was invited to dance with Universal Ballet Company
from South Korea. He was invited to dance Prince Sigfrid with Universal Ballet Company.
After his impressive performances of 'Swan Lake', he was once again invited to dance
the World Premiere of Oleg Vinogradov's 'Romeo and Juliet' in June of 2002.
In 2002, September, he was invited to the 1st Prague International Ballet
Competition as a non-competing Partner and the Contemporary Choreographer.
For this international event, Stanislav created his first own choreography,
'Tango de Roxanne', which had a big success. Also, His partner Seh Yun Kim,
Principal Ballerina with Universal Ballet, was awarded the include Silver Medal.
Season 2002-2003 for Stanislav Belyaevsky
was his 3rd season with Finnish National
Ballet. His repertory includes the 'Cinderella'
by Ben Stevenson, the first-night of
'Nutcracker' by Weign Egling, the 'Giselle'
by Sylvi Guillem, and the first-night
of 'Raymonda' (This new choreography
was created by Anna-Marie Holmes and
Kevin McKenzie for the Finnish National Ballet staged in unique
collaboration with the American Ballet Theatre. One year after its
premiere in Finland, it was re-premiered in New York by the American
Other than Finnish National Ballet, he appeared as a Guest Artist with the Korean National Ballet in Seoul, Korea, and the International Ballet Star's Gala in Seoul, Korea and anotherβ¦
December 2002 - for creative successes
Stanislav has got the prize "ProDance".
September 2003 was so interesting for Stanislav, since he performed
opening night of ballet Giselle with Ballet West in Salt Lake City, USA. Giselle was one of the first and
favorite ballet in dancing life of Stanislav.
He danced it in many different company
and countries and his Albrecht
was growing up with him. Now was one more
creative work with Giselle by Jonas Kage,
who added great nuances into it. It was
traditional Giselle of new century.
New ballet 'Polacca' was
created in Finnish National Ballet in season
2003-2004 by Anna Laerkesen. Stanislav successfully danced
main role with beautiful pas de deux and
difficult man variations in harmony with
music of Chopin.
After long days in ballet studios Stanislav
study in professional photography. It is not easy, but it is so interesting
world, which is not so far from art of the