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Tatiana Stepanova

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Tatiana Viktorovna Stepanova, also Tetiana Stepanova, (Татьяна Викторовна Степанова; Тeтяна Вікторівна Степанова, Tetiana Viktorivna Stepanova) (born 1962, Odesa, Ukraine then Soviet Union) is a Ballet master, choreographer, ballet dancer, critic, essayist and historian of the dance. Biography Tatiana Stepanova began her ballet training in the Special School of Ballet of Odesa (Ukraine) as a student of Klaudia Vasina, who was a disciple of the great Russian dancer and teacher Agrippina Vaganova. She completed her dance training at the State School of Ballet and Choreography of Minsk² (Belarus) where she was a pupil of Vera Shvetsova (distinguished disciple of Agrippina Vaganova), who danced in the Maly Theatre of Saint Petersburg (Russia) and in the Great Theater of Opera and Ballet of Riga (Latvia). Stepanova graduated in Choreographic Art from the Saint Petersburg Conservatory³, Russia (The N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory), where she studied with G
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