Maria KochetkovaPrincipal Dancer San Francisco Ballet
Posted 30 April 2013 - 10:36 PM
Cinderella was actually one of my dream roles.
[size=2]May 3 at 8:00pm in PDT[/size]
[size=2]War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco, California[/size]
Posted 05 May 2013 - 12:33 PM
Maria Kochetkova - Magic Doesn't Just Happen (she talks about her career and training over the years)
It's not often that we get to hear a dancer or choreographer talk for almost 15 minutes straight, so it's a really interesting interview.
Posted 16 May 2013 - 11:31 AM
Congrats to the 2013 Benois de la Danse nominees, who include San Francisco Ballet's Maria Kochetkova and Taras Domitro, Christopher Wheeldon, and more. Complete list: http://bit.ly/10nEAjQ
(Kochetkova as Tatiana in "Onegin," the role for which she was nominated - photo by Erik Tomasson)
Posted 28 May 2013 - 09:06 PM
Nice photo of Masha in Venice...
"Ballerina paying her respects to the greatest Chairman of her profession"
Posted 04 June 2013 - 11:51 PM
Posted 06 June 2013 - 07:04 PM
Wow, this was amazing. She is so versatile; every time I watch her I get a little more impressed. (Her feet in the first piece! Wow! You really notice a woman's good feet when she's wearing slippers vs pointe shoes.)
Thanks for posting this link!
Posted 07 June 2013 - 02:29 AM
Sadly, the lovely Alina Cojocaru has withdrawn from her 'Swan Lake' performance, due to injury... *but* she will be replaced by San Francisco Ballet's pride and joy, Maria Kochetkova. 'Masha' Kochetkova trained at the Bolshoi School and danced with The Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, and as a guest artist with Bolshoi Ballet and Mikhailovsky Theater before joining San Francisco Ballet as a Principal Dancer. Her list of guest appearances now includes Galas all over the globe. Ms. Kochetkova makes her first ABT appearance as Odette/Odile opposite Principal Dancer Herman Cornejo in *his* ABT debut as Prince Siegfried.
Anyone want to hop a plane to NYC?
Posted 13 June 2013 - 09:37 PM
Thanks Lion. I would very much like SFB to change the editing of their videos. These principal videos might appear slick from an editing standpoint, but they purposefully obscure the dancing. Would it really kill them to show more than a few steps and a pose? I hate to mention it, but the NYCB is doing a much better job of putting out videos on any and all subjects, and we can at least see 15 seconds in a row from a performance.
Masha does look sharp though. ;)
Posted 21 June 2013 - 10:21 PM
There isn't as much video of Masha available onlline as we might like, but here's a few interesting ones...
Maria Kochetkova performance from Seoul 2005 Ballet Competition, "Stranger"
Another excellent, inspiring interview with Masha at Anaheim Ballet
Masha at 19 years of age performing Esmeralda solo
With Simkin in Le Corsaire Pas De Deux, Tokyo
Maria Kochetkova and Gennadi Nedvigin in an excerpt from Yuri Possokhov's Diving into the Lilacs
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