Mikhail 'Misha' Martynyuk will lead the company from April 2020 to March 30, 2022.
Misha replaces Alice Reyes, who will step down as artistic director on March 31Published 7:29 PM, February 13, 2020 Updated 7:29 PM, February 13, 2020 NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR. Mikhail "Misha"Martynyuk has been appointed as the new artistic director of Ballet Philippines. Screenshot from Instagram/@ mikhailmartynyuk MANILA, Philippines – Ballet Philippines announced on Tuesday, February 11, that its board of trustees appointed Russian dancer Mikhail"Misha" Martynyuk as the new artistic director of the company for its 51st season. Misha will lead the company from April 2020 to March 30, 2022. According to his biography on , Misha was a star dancer of the Kremlin Ballet theater and an honorary member of the People's Artist of the Russian Federation. Misha is also a teacher and choreographer, who founded Boutique Studio Ballet, where he is also artistic director. He also conducts dance workshops. Misha will replace Alice Reyes, who will step down from the position on March 31. – Rappler.com Read more: Rappler
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