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Inna is the daughter of a Russian engineer and professional opera singer.  Her father wanted her to study math and her mother wanted her to go into the performing arts.  It is obvious which path she followed!  After a three-month-long audition at a young age, Inna was accepted into the prestigious Vaganova State Academy of Ballet and Choreography in St. Petersburg, Russia and lived the life of a dancer for the Russian government.

Under the watchful eye of the threatening KGB to prevent dancers from defecting, Inna danced in sixteen countries throughout the world as a principal dancer with the Eifman Ballet Company.  Realizing what life was like beyond “The Iron Curtain,” she desired to live a life of freedom – freedom of thought, freedom of choice, freedom of religion, freedom to pursue her dreams – as she heard was possible in the United States.  After the fall of communism in 1990 with the tearing down of the Berlin Wall between East and West Germany, Inna’s dream came true and she moved to America.

Inna has been recognized in the United States for her achievement as an outstanding ballet instructor, having been awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award at the Youth American Grand Prix competition and Dance Teacher of the Year award at the Ohio National Dance Week.  Together, she and her accomplished Russian ballet dancer husband, Dmitriy Tuboltsev of The Bolshoi Ballet, have produced several dance instruction DVDs which are currently being purchased throughout the world.  Their Russianperforming arts degrees have been certified in the U.S. as Masters degree equivalencies in teaching, choreography, and performance.  Their success has continued and we are fortunate to have them in the northeastern Ohio community.  Through the recent creation of the non-for-profit Stabrova Youth Ballet Company, Inna and fellow board members hope to promote arts education in the community through dance.     

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About Inna…

In 2014 Inna was nominated Best Choreographer Award from World Ballet Art Competition Grand Prix. And in 2017 the Ohio Conservatory Of Ballet was awarded:  Outstanding School Award. Inna Stabrova was the honored recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award of 2003 at the Youth American Grand Prix competition. In 2007, she received the Dance Teacher of the Year Award at Ohio National Dance Week for instilling in her students a high standard for technique and artistry in ballet. She was also recognized for encouraging and supporting students possessing a degree of uncommon artistic aptitude in 2001-2002 by the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.

Not only does she have the reputation of being a gifted teacher, but she was an exceptional dancer as well. Inna was a former principal dancer with the Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg, Russia; Eifman being one of the most distinguished choreographers in the world today. Her repertoire included both contemporary and classical roles. As a principal dancer in Boris Eifman’s ballet company, she seized the opportunity to travel internationally to perform in over sixteen countries. Another acclaimed milestone in Inna’s professional dancing career was starring as Viola in the ballet-movie of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This movie won best musical film award in London. Inna’s first education, which laid the foundation for which her former career is attributed, began at the Odessa State Choreographic Institute in Ukraine.

Later, Inna had the privilege to be accepted to, none other than, The Vaganova State Academy of Ballet and Choreography in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she was taught by a direct line of Vaganova’s students. At this world-renowned institution, she worked diligently towards acquiring a degree. She successfully graduated with her Masters in Choreography. Today Inna embraces the tradition of the Vaganova method as a part of her instructional method while still trying to incorporate some American influences.

In 1990, Inna moved to the United States in the pursuit of initiating a teaching career, which proved to be extensive. Her credits include: The University of Akron (a seven-year duration as a faculty member), The Dance Institute of the University of Akron, Cleveland School for the Arts, Ohio Youth Ballet (founder artistic director 8 years) the Ohio Conservatory of Dance, Valley Youth Ballet, Ballet South, Canton Ballet, Turning Point School of Dance, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, N.E. Ohio Dance Festival, Regional Dance America, Media City Ballet, and Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet Manassas Ballet Theater. In addition to these teaching credits, Inna shared invaluable experiences co-teaching in accordance with such reputable American dancers as Susan Jaffe, Duncan Nobel, Heinz Poll, Margaret Carlson, Laura Alonso, Tarrence Green and many others.

The product of Inna’s selfless efforts is evident through the lineage of her proficient students who are accredited with reward. Some of her most noteworthy pupils were scholarship recipients to the American Ballet Theater, Pacific North West Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and Butler University. Others joined professional companies such as Colorado Ballet, Nevada Ballet, Ohio Ballet, Ballet Met, and Manassas Dance Company Pacific North West Ballet. In addition to those achievements, several of her dancers were winners of the Youth American Grand Prix of the years 2002, 2003, 2004.

Aside from instructing, Inna also specializes in choreographing, re-staging work in contemporary, classical, and character styles. She staged her full length ballet “Anna Karenina” for Manassas Dance Company.

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About Dimitriy Tuboltsev

Dimitriy Tuboltsev’s numerous achievements are like a rare collection that should not go without recognition. At the peak of his career he was a former principal dancer with the Bolshoi Ballet under the direction of Yuri Grigorovich. He danced internationally as a principal dancer in various countries around the world, including the U.S. Some of the companies he danced with include: The Bolshoi Ballet, Kazakhstan National Ballet, Leningrad Ballet Theater, “Russian Ballet” Theater, Ballet Theater of Maryland and Ohio Ballet.

Tracing back his education, Dmitriy received his Master Degree of Teaching and Choreography at the Institute of State Theatrical Arts (GITIS) in 1997. Prior to that he attended both the Vaganova State Academy of Ballet and Choreography in St. Petersburg and the Kazakhstan National Ballet Academy. The latter is where he received his Bachelor degree in choreography. This stellar education allotted him the privilege to be instructed by some of the most proficient professors such as Yahroslav Sehr, Konstantin Sergeyev, Mikhail Lavrovsky, Yuri Vladimirov, Boris Blankov, Alla Shelest, Natalia Dudinskaya, Marina Kondratieva, Zizi Jeanmaire, and others.

Dimitriy has even participated in many international competitions and festivals. He was a silver medalist in Malika Sabirova’s National Competition, and at the 7th Moscow International Ballet Competition he received the award of “Best Partner.” Likewise, he partook in the Greece International Dance Festival in Athens and in the International Festival of Art in Spoleto, Italy, two exceedingly famous dance festivals. Additionally, he has danced in other prominent galas and concerts such as “40 Years of Victory”, “Day of Dance” (Bolshoi Theater), “Memory of Versaladze”, and “250 Years of Vaganova Academy.” Furthermore, Dmitriy was a member of a cultural delegation of Federal Secretaries of Culture in a signing act between Bulgaria and the new government of Russia.

In reference to his performing career, Dmitriy’s roles were as follows: (Swan Lake) Pas de trios, Price Siegfried; (Sleeping Beauty) Prince Desire; (The Fountain of Bakhchisarai) Vatslav; (“Ober’s Grand Pas Classique”) Pas de Deux; (Romeo and Juliet) Tybalt; (The Golden Age) Boris, fisherman; (Lady with Camellias) Alfred; (Junona and Avos) Count Ryazanov; (La Fille Mal Gardee) Collen; (The Card Game) Card Figure; (Coppelia) France; (Nutcracker) Prince; (Le Corsair) Conrad; (La Bayadere) Solor; (Spartacus) Crass; (Giselle) Albert; (Don Quixote) Basil; (Paquita) principal role; (Les Sylphides) principal role; (Rite of Spring) Shaman; (Dracula) Count Dracula.

As for his career in the U.S., Dmitriy performed amidst such American stars as, Amanda McKerrow, Wendy Whelan, Charlie Askihart, Zippora Katz, Robert Hill, and many others. In the U.S. he also collaborated along side reputable choreographers like Eddie Stuart, Geoffrey Hughes, Steven Mils, and Septim Weber.

To cast light upon Dmitriy’s success and longevity as an instructor, his credits are comprised of: The Ohio Conservatory of Dance, Substitute teaching (University of Akron), Goucher College, Baltimore School for the Arts, School “Royal Ballet” (Columbia,MD), School of Ballet Theater of Maryland, Ballet School of Quakertown (Quakertown, PA), Aesthetics Dance Studio (Ellicott City, MD), Philadelphia Dance Conservatory (Philadelphia, PA), Royal Ballet School (Orlando, Fl), Greensburg School of Dance (Greensburg, PA), Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet (Akron, OH), Ballet South (Savannah, GA), Dance Arts Studio (Macon, GA), Media City Ballet (Burbank, CA). In conjunction with his instructional work he has re-staged and choreographed full length ballets for a myriad of youth companies throughout the U.S.

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