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Julian MacKay

Julian MacKay is the first American to graduate from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy with a full Russian Diploma having completed both the upper and lower school. He received medals in five consecutive international ballet competitions including gold medals at the Istanbul and Beijing International Ballet Competitions, and YAGP. Graduating in the top of his class, he was hailed as "Apollo" and the next Nureyev by Russian dance critics.

Age 17, Julian joined The Royal Ballet in London as their 2016 Prix de Lausanne prize winner and nine months later, upon invitation from Mikhail Messerer, joined The Mikhailovsky Theatre in St. Petersburg as a Second Soloist. At 19 years old, he was promoted to a First Soloist and dances the principal leading roles in the theatre.

He is represented by IMG Talent Worldwide. Named the 2017 "Discovery of the Year" by Sobaka Magazine, Russia and top "Most Beautiful People" by Paper Magazine NYC, his features also include a cover feature in BLVD Magazine, Teen Vogue, Mary McCartney for L'Uomo Vogue, L'Official Ukraine, Boys by Girls, id Magazine, chosen from 200,000 people by Kendall Jenner to be shot by her and featured in LOVE Magazine London, a 10-page feature InStyle Russia Celebrity Issue, an 8-page feature Esquire China, features for Sobaka Magazine and an 8-page feature in Numero China. He was featured at London Fashion Week with his performance for New York Fashion Week named by Vogue Magazine as a top 10 Fashion Week moment worldwide. Trending number one in China, he has just returned from performing at the Russell James and Victoria's Secret show in Shanghai and has been signed as a Grishko World Ambassador, along with completing his Masters degree at GITIS (Russian University of Theatre Arts), Moscow. He also choreographed the ballet Little Humpback Horse and Warrior of Light ballet excerpt.

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Chloë Réveillon

Chloë studied at the Paris Opera Ballet School before joining the Royal Ballet Upper School in London. In 2013, started working as a professional dancer with the Paris Opera Ballet. After being offered a contract at the grand audition, she joined the prestigious Mariinsky Theatre in September 2018. She has quickly risen to be featured in many soloist roles.

Winner of Internet Ballet Competition; Gold medal, Chausson D'Or Paris; Gold medal, IBC Dinant.

Her repertoire includes: White Swan, Paris; Black Swan, Bordeaux; Corsaire, Japan; Sylphide, London; Caravaggio, M.Bigonzetti, Tallinn; Sergei Polunin Ink, London; Giselle, Peasant pas de 2; Don Quixote, Kitri's friends; Emeralds Pas de 3.

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Maria Sascha Khan

Maria Sascha Khan trained at the Kirov Academy of Ballet under Luidmila Morkovina and at the Academie de Danse Classique Princesse Grace, Monaco, Monte Carlo, under the personal mentorship of its Russian directress Marika Besobrasova. In her graduate year, Maria Sascha joined the Staatsballett Berlin at the invitation of Vladimir Malakov, ranked one of the top five companies in the world. Dancing a wide range of classical and contemporary repertoire, she went on to dance with the Bayerisches Staatsballett, English National Ballet and as a Principal Dancer with the Ekaterinburg State Ballet, Russia. Currently based in London as an international guest artist, she is developing a new full-length ballet Warrior of Light based on the life of Russian painter and philosopher Nicholas Roerich, featuring herself and her three siblings.

Vice President of the International Dance Council, UNESCO, London, Maria Sascha has adjudicated as a jury member for international ballet competitions, is a Mentor for non-profit arts organisation Youth Arts in Action, a featured Gaynor Minden Artist, Ambassador for London-based Save Wild Tigers, and dancer for Project Polunin.

Her resume includes commercials for Honda Acura and Lowve, a cover feature for Malaysia Tatler, Elle magazine, a feature for HotBook Mexico, an eight-page Singapore Tatler feature and a Washington Post feature. She is an accomplished public speaker and produces an online video series "Inspiring Artists".

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Carlo Di Lanno

Carlo Di Lanno was born in Naples, Italy, and trained at La Scala Ballet School in Milan. He danced with La Scala Ballet and Staatsballett Berlin before joining San Francisco Ballet as a soloist in 2014. He was promoted to principal dancer in 2016.

Before joining SF Ballet, Carlo made his debut as Siegfried in Nureyev's Swan Lake at age 20, partnering Polina Semionova, and danced Ratmansky's Concerto DSCH with Svetlana Zakharova. He performed principal or featured roles in Nureyev's Don Quixote (Basilio), Balanchine's Diamonds (principal) and Theme and Variations (principal), Dell' Ara's Excelsior (pas de cinq), Petit's Pink Floyd Ballet (principal), Ratmansky's Russian Seasons (Green).

As a guest artist, Carlo danced the role of Albrecht in Stiefel/Kobborg's Giselle with Royal New Zealand Ballet on its UK tour in fall 2015. He has performed in galas in Hanoi; London; Dubai; Havana; Taipei; Toronto; Shanghai; Berlin; and Moscow (Bolshoi Theatre).

Carlo was named Best Emerging Artist at the Premio Danza&Danza Gala in Brescia, Italy, in June 2015 and won The Eleventh International Competition for the Erik Bruhn Prize in Toronto, Canada, in March 2015. He was named Italian Classical Dancer of the Year at Positano Premia la Danza Lèonide Massine in Positano, Italy, in September 2014.

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Nadia Khan

Nadia Khan was trained by Prima Ballerina Assoluta Eva Evdokimova and Angelina Armeiskaya of the Mariinsky Theatre (star of movie "Children of Theatre Street") and Bolshoi Theatre Soloist, Masha Mukhamedov.

Nadia has been featured on the cover of Malaysia Tatler and Dance Informa as a "Dance Sensation" and recently in a Singapore Tatler eight-page spread. She has been featured along with her dancing family in the Washington Post.

Starting her career with the Bayerisches Staatsballett, she went on to dance with the Leipziger Ballett, Compania Nacional de Danza and, under the direction of Paris Opera etoile, Eleonora Abbagnato with the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (Rome Opera Ballet) where she is their only non-Italian ballerina. Nadia's repertoire highlights include Swan Lake, Giselle, Don Quixote, The Nutcracker, William Forsythe's In the Middle Somewhat Elevated, Roland Petit's La Chauve-Souris, Alexander Ekhman's Cactus and Cranko's Taming of the Shrew.

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Nicholas MacKay

Nicholas MacKay trained at both the prestigious Vaganova and the Bolshoi Ballet Academies. He is the youngest American to ever attend the Bolshoi Ballet Academy. While still a student, he has performed with the Mariinsky, Bolshoi and Mikhailovsky Ballet Companies, toured Brussels and Berlin as a professional dancer in The Nutcracker, and in the original cast of the Bolshoi Ballet world premiere of Moidodyr.

A talented photographer, he has gained recent accolades with his work for Project Polunin, the Russell James and Victoria's Secret show, Dance Open Festival, Vladimir Vassiliev, the Vaganova Ballet Academy, Sobaka Magazine and Grishko. He also choreographed Warrior of Light ballet excerpt.

Nicholas has trained and lived in Russia since the age of nine, and along with his brother Julian, is fluent in the Russian language. His main inspiration is his French bulldog Leo who is affectionately known in St. Petersburg as "Theatre Dog".

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Joshua Stewart

Joshua Stewart made his professional debut in 2012 as a member of Munich's Bavarian State Opera. He is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia.

He has performed in numerous festivals, received several awards, and worked with renowned conductors throughout the world. Distinguished guests and audience members include world leaders such as King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, former presidents George H. W. Bush, William J. Clinton and Barack H. Obama.

Recent appearances include performances of Beethoven's 9th Simphony under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle, his debut with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Le nozze di Teti e di Peleo at the Belcanto Opera Festival, and appearances with the Hamburg State Opera, Opera de Lausanne, Opera de Fribourg, RTVE Symphony Orchestra of Madrid, Toledo Opera and the Royal Festival Hall in London directed by Peter Sellars.

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Louie Plant Sr. and Louie Plant Jr.

Father and son team from the Salish Kootenai tribe. Accompanied by live traditional musicians.

Louie Plant Sr. has performed around the world including Russia, China and Europe, sharing the culture of Montana through cultural exchange. Louie is a Jury Member of the Vienna International Dance Competition