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Denis Gronostayskiy
Master Lecturer

Artistic Director of International Ballet Classique and Master Instructor with The Academy of International Ballet, Denis Gronostayskiy is a graduate of the world-renowned Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow Russia and acclaimed as Artist of Distinction in the United States. Gronostayskiy was Principal Artist with the Moscow Renaissance Ballet in Russia, Philadelphia Ballet Theatre, the Richmond Ballet, VA and now with International Ballet Classique. He danced professionally throughout Europe, Japan and the US. 

Denis has performed principal roles in Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Coppelia, Nutcracker, Giselle, Romeo and Juliet, Sleeping Beauty, as well as Balanchine productions and modern and contemporary works of choreographers such a Kirk Peterson, J. Butler, Malcolm Burn, V. Nebrada, C. Connor and others. He continues to perform as principal artist in galas and productions throughout the US. 

In 2001, he co-founded the Academy of International Ballet and Performing Arts for the training of young, aspiring dance artists. Beginning students, adults, and those seeking professional training benefit under the expertise and nurturing environment provided in his classrooms. His students have gone on to receive scholarship at dance colleges and win national awards. Under Gronostayskiy’s artistic direction, International Ballet Classique, has presented a number of full length ballets, including Coppelia, Nutcracker, Giselle, Walpurgis Night, Swan Lake Act II, Paquita and numerous mixed repertory performances throughout the Delaware Valley and on tour. 

Gronostayskiy’s artistic talents include prop and set design and professional photography, especially for dance and head-shot portfolios. 


Class Schedule, Spring 2014

M,T,TH,F10:00AM - 11:20AMBallet
M,T,TH,F10:00AM - 11:20AMBallet
M,T,TH,F10:00AM - 11:20AMBallet
W02:30PM - 03:50PMExtended Practice Lab
W02:30PM - 03:50PMExtended Practice Lab
W10:00AM - 11:20AMMen's Class II

Contact Info

Office: Terra Building 3RD
Tel: 215-717-6110
Fax: 215-717-6109