A small part of the lesson in Japanese is a present for you from Ms. Emi Hariyama. You can choose the lesson you need. Learn, dream, dance, get better every day and be happy!
Ballet, Art has no goal.
The deeper you go, the more beautiful the world.
It is really wonderful if you can take difficult things positively and to go move forward step by step!
I hope that various experiences will come alive in the future in dance.
I always want to “impress as many people as possible and have fun”.
In modern times, there are fewer opportunities to be truly touched and to experience goose bumps.
Let’s do our daily lessons so that the dancing side and the watching side are filled witha smiles.
I sincerely hope that everyone can fulfill their dreams in the future. We hope this online lesson is a step closer to your dreams.
Mrs. Emi Hariyama is a famous Japanese Ballerina, graduated from Bolshoi Ballet School (The Moscow State Academy of Choreograph) in Moscow, winner of many world ballet competitions, principal dancer at many world well known ballet companies, at present time – world famous ballerina and teacher, jury members of many international ballet competitions, director of Japan International Ballet Company.
Emi Hariyama is a famous Japanese Ballerina, graduated from Bolshoi Ballet School (The Moscow State Academy of Choreograph) in Moscow with top score in 1996. Afterwards, she joined the Moscow Stanislavsky and Nemirovich Danchenko Music Theatre and the Aalto Ballett Theater in Essen, Germany in 1997. She joined the Russian Ballet Academy of Indiana, and there studied with famous Russian ballerina and teacher Irina Kolpakova.
Mrs. Hariyama was enrolled in the Ballet San Jose (founded as the San Jose Cleveland Ballet) and the Boston Ballet from from 1999 to 2001. She was invited to the Leningrad State Ballet starring as Giselle and Swan Lake.
Mrs. Emy Hariyama has won numerous international competitions, including the Special Prize at Moscow International Ballet Competition, bronze medal at New York International Ballet Competition, and a Silver Medal Winner at the International Ballet Competition in Paris (no gold was awarded), the Joffrey Award at the Jackson international competition.
She has a wide range of repertoire from classical to neoclassical.
Mrs. Emi Hariyama is often jury members of many international dance competition in Russia, Riga, Japan and more.
Since 2004, Mrs. Emi Hariyama has been a member of ”Staats Oper Unter den Linden” and ”Deutsche Oper Berlin” under the direction of the maestro Vladimir Malakhov.
Mrs. Emi Hariyama also has choreographed and collaborated with the Berlin Philharmonic, Mestoro David Geringas,and many other creative organizations, worked with Vladimir Malakhov all over the world as assistant.
Mrs. Emi Hariyama is currently visiting Professor at Kobe College.
Mrs. Emi Hariyama is a director of Japan International Ballet Company.