Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in the At The End of The Day, music by S. Brjoszka, choreography by David Dawson (San Francisco Ballet). Music, choreography and costumes by Chloé are a gift to the 26th Benois de la Danse Festival. Benois de la Danse 2018, World Ballet Stars and Nominees to the Prize concert, shot on 5.6.2018 in the Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova and Sebastian Kloborg in At The End of The Day

Maria Kochetkova (Rus: Мария Кочеткова; born 1984 in Moscow, Russia), is a Russian ballet dancer who performed as a Principal Dancer with both the San Francisco Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. Kochetkova trained at the Moscow State Academy of Choreography, in the class of Sofia Golovkina for eight years before dancing with The Royal Ballet and English National Ballet in London. She danced with the San Francisco Ballet as a principal dancer from 2007 and joined the American Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer in 2015. She just announced that she’ll be leaving the company at the end of this 2018 season.

Sebastian Kloborg was born in Copenhagen in 1986. At the age of 13 he started his studies at the Royal Danish Ballet School graduating in 2003 and joined the Royal Danish Ballet that same year. He danced in the full repertory of the company and took part in creations of world renowned choreographers.
In 2012 he joined Gauthier Dance//Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Germany, under the direction of Eric Gauthier where he ventured into more neoclassical and modern works. Besides his dancing career Sebastian Kloborg also co-directs the group Dancers of The Royal Danish Ballet and has organized the benefit gala ‘Dancing for UNICEF’ in 2011. He started choreographing in 2011.

Photos by Jack Devant Ballet Photography with kind permission of the Benois de la Danse and Bolshoi Theatre, special thanks to Nina Kudriavtseva-Loory.

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