Andrey Klemm

Dear lovers of classical ballet,

Let me invite you to join my class via World Ballet Class platform. Now you can take the classes online without any need for DVDs. You have an amazing opportunity to open your computer, find (put a link here) and take a class together with a teacher, a pianist and the dancers. It’s very similar to what you have taking your lessons offline.
I run my classes giving a lot of exercises that represent dancing combinations. I believe that it’s easier to learn a piece when it comes to you naturally as if growing out of the ballet elements. Taking this class you will notice that the elements are easier to perform in the correct way. As a result your dancing progress can be notable in a short period of time.
See you in class!

Andrey Klemm


Mr. Andrey Klemm studied at Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow with Professor Alexander Bondarenko. He graduated in 1985 with special distinction (red diploma).
Between 1992 and 1994 he studied to be a dance teacher at the Russia Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS).
At the same time, between 2001 and 2006, Mr. Andrey Klemm successfully completed professorship studies at the Natalia Nesterova University of Moscow, with Professor Anatoly Borzov.


Andrey Klemm is teacher at Opera National de Paris with Russian background.
Born in Moscow in 1967, he studied at Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow with Professor Alexander Bondarenko. He graduated in 1985 with special distinction (red diploma).
The same year, at the invitation of director Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasiliev, he began his career as dancer at the Moscow Classical Ballet as a soloist until 1994. During this period, he was taught by master teacher Naum Azarin-Messerer.
Between 1992 and 1994 he studied to be a dance teacher at the Russia Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS).
From 1994 to 1997 he was engaged as a dancer at the Bonn Opera House (Opera der Stadt Bonn). With Valery Panov as director.
From 1996 Mr. Andrey Klemm began teaching masterclasses in the United States (New York, Chicago, Detroit, etc.)
In 1997 he joined the Berlin State Opera (Staatsballett Berlin, formerly Deutsche Staatsoper) as a dancer, before working as a teacher and ballet master from 2001 to 2007.
At the same time, between 2001 and 2006, he successfully completed professorship studies at the Natalia Nesterova University of Moscow, with Professor Anatoly Borzov.
In 2007 Mr. Andrey Klemm was appointed ballet professor at the Opera national de Paris.
Mr. Andrey Klemm is also guest teacher, among others, at the Bolshoi Theater, Stuttgart Ballet, the Saxon State Opera in Dresden, Dusseldorf Opera House, the Dutch National Opera, the New National Theatre in Tokyo, the Vienna State Opera, the Royal Opera House in London, and the Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.
His repertoire includes ballets by Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, Natalia Kasatkina, Vladimir Vassiliev, Pierre Lacotte, Valery Panov, Yury Vamos, George Balanchine, Maurice Bejart, Rudolf Nureyev, Roland Petit, Kenneth McMillan, Alberto Alonso, Patrice Bart, John Neumeier and Mats Ek.

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This is a perfect class to do at home. The music is wonderful and comes from Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker, and Swan Lake. The class contains barre, center, and pointe work. There are chapters for each particular exercises and other chapters for instruction. Because you can skip the instruction chapters, the Video Lesson is very user friendly and allows you to complete the class in less time. The young dancer is excellent and fun to watch. Also, the exercises are simple but eloquent. Furthermore, the flow of the class is wonderful. This is an intermediate level class for individuals who have had ballet experience in a classroom setting.
Silly Sally
Perfect for home And this is a perfect cost for my 8 year old daughter, my daughter does dance but outside of class they don't train too much at home so I had the idea to buy her a access to VIDEOyou should know that this course is perfect and not too complicated its allows you to train outside of class especially during school holidays
Full course Very complete course allows you to get back to dancing after a few years off. Recommended for those who already have a good foundation. The mixture of languages (French / English) is not a problem.
Perfect! This VIDEO perfectly meets my expectations. The level is satisfactory, the corrections made also make it possible to correct. The bar really looks like the one I used in my classes. Ideal for those who have already practiced and who do not have the possibility of taking a lesson in the studio.
Take a classical dance course and it is very pleasant to follow: the courteous voice of Andrei Klemm, who expresses itself in a mixture of English, Russian and German (more French, classical dance obliges), piano accompaniment, like In a real dance class, dancers of a very high level, all very well filmed. he exercises are filmed for the left and right sides, so there is no need to restart the Video (very practical). About the exercises themselves, real beginners will have real difficulties after this course, because the exercises have to be done at a fairly fast pace, and therefore it is necessary to have a solid foundation, at least in the correct body positions to avoid injury. However, if you just watch the dancers, you can already learn a lot. Not all exercises in the middle are possible at home unless you have previously completely vacated your 30 m2 living room of all your furniture. However, all the barre exercises and the first exercises in the middle and jumping are already done for a good workout. I really recommend this Video to all enthusiasts looking to progress.
Best VIDEO training in a long time Clearly this is not a Video for beginner. You should have gone through various routines in order not to make mistakes. The routine itself is comprehensive and well laid out, you can see several dancers during a practice lesson, like in the ballet school the exercise is first pre-danced and then danced with music and all the dancers. The length is just right, you can see dancers doing the exercises on pointe shoes as well as those who dance in slippers. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to take a look at a new routine and has been dancing ballet for several years.
Senta H.
Very good VIDEO. Courses for advanced levels. Executed by professionals, so nice demonstrations. Great and adaptable exercises for non-professional students.
The barre exercises are of a very good level but nevertheless affordable for a teenager who has been dancing for several years. The environment is difficult to practice at home for lack of space. We still enjoy watching and it can help improve. This VIDEO remains a very good support for warming up at the bar, everything is well filmed there, it allows to evolve at the same time as the support. It becomes more convivial and motivating to practice dance alone at home.
Good tool for intermediate / high level The exercises on the barre are quite affordable, on the other hand those in the middle are more difficult but this VIDEO remains quite educational and a good support tool for higher level.
I love your classes so much. You are a wonderful teacher. Thank you for sharing with all of us!
Christina Cowell
I do ballet as a hobby and I’m not even half as good as these dancers. But it is my wish to dance this well and be in a class with such an amazing teacher!
Incredible class, I’ve never seen him teach before! His combinations are beautiful to watch. I’m so impressed with how he keeps it moving and exciting. He gives the combination and then immediately it starts, you must really be at the top of your game to do this class! Loved it, thank you!
I love that he’s speaking franglish and he’s Russian and I still sort of got everything he was saying all the way over here in the US. 😂. In all seriousness, great class. Simple but fast and light. Beautiful. C'est absolument magnifique ! 👍👍👍 Merci infiniment,
Il y a 20 ans je pratiquais la danse classique, et à l heure du confinement je me suis mise à faire la barre tous les jours grâce à ce merveilleux cours... Un grand merci à tous les trois...
Maylis Delest

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