Class at the Opera.
Andrey Klemm’s Class in Opera National de Paris with Première danseuse Hannah O’Neill.
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Additionally: Individual Andrey’s Klemm lesson with Antoine Kircher – Paquita variation and work on technical elements.
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Mr. Andrey Klemm – Teacher at Opera National de Paris with Russian background.
Andrey Klemm trained at the Bolshoi Ballet School in Moscow, from which he graduated with an honorary diploma with first-class honors.
Since 1996, he has been Master Teacher at the Ballet Intensive summer courses, in the USA (New York, Chicago, Detroit, Florida).
Since 1997, he has been a member of the Berlin State Opera Ballet Company.
In 2000, he was awarded a ballet teaching diploma at Northern Illinois University, USA.
From 2001-2003, he was Pas de deux teacher at the State Ballet School, Berlin.
From 2001-2006, he studied, and was given a diploma in, ballet teaching at the New Humanitarium University.
From 2001-2007, he was teacher of ballet at the Berlin State Opera Company, and also at the State Ballet, Berlin.
Since 2007, he has been teacher of ballet at the Paris National Opera.
He has been guest ballet teacher at the following companies: Stuttgart Ballet, Ballet of Semperoper Dresden, Ballet of Deutschen Oper am Rhein, Dutch National Ballet, Amsterdam, Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, Pina Bausch company, Wuppertal, Royal ballet London, Viena State ballet, Tokyo ballet, and many others.
Hannah O’Neill is a New Zealand ballet dancer who is currently a premier danseur with the Paris Opera Ballet.
Hannah O’Neill was the winner of the Prix de Lausanne in 2009 and of the Youth America Grand Prix in 2010. In 2014, she won the silver medal at Varna International Ballet Competition, the oldest and one of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world. In 2016, she received the Best Female Dancer award at the Benois de la Danse competition for her performance in the title role of the ballet Paquita. She is the first New Zealand and second Japanese-born recipient of the award, after Mariko Kida.