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The ballet workshop focuses on correct alignment of the body, activation of different muscle groups, and on building the dancer's flexibility, strength, stamina, and coordination. By combining different dance styles, from classical and contemporary ballet to movement techniques such as Floor Barre and floor gymnastics, Tetiana adapts the classical ballet to the needs of dancers in their daily practice.
The workshop is suited to dancers with previous experience in ballet.
Tetiana Svetlichna (Ukraine/Slovenia) is a ballerina, soloist of Maribor Ballet Ensemble. She graduated at School of Choreography and Ballet Conservatory in Kharkov, Ukraine at the Kharkov State Academy of Culture. Still as a student, Tetiana danced at Kharkov State Opera and Ballet Theatre. After 2002, she joined Opera and Ballet at the English Modern School in Cairo. Between 2006 and 2008, she was a member of the Grigorovich Ballet Company and of the Fratišek Xaver Šalda Theatre (in Liberec, Czech Republic).
Since 2008, she has been a member of the Maribor Ballet Ensemble and has gradually advanced to become one of the most prominent soloists. Her roles comprise of solo parts in demanding ballets, such as The Nutcracker, The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Paquita, Don Quixote, Giselle, La Bayadère, Coppélia, Le corsaire, etc. She is equally accustomed to perform in neoclassical ballets, such as Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet by Prokofiev, Shchedrin’s Carmen, Stravinsky’s Le sacre du printemps and Petrushka, and Zorba, the Greek by Mikis Theodorakis as well as in contemporary ballets choreographed by Edward Clug, Johan Inger, Alexandr Ekman, Gaj Žmavc, Mauro Bigonzetti. Most lately, she debuted and excelled in the role of Lisa (La fille mal gardée), as well as in the demanding showcase primabalerina roles of Odette and Odile in Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky.