Die Tanzschule der

Arman Grigoryan // Ballett

Lebenslauf // CV

1994-2001 Study in Armenian ballet school. From 2001 until 2002 started in Israel ballet company in 2002 joined Zurich junior ballet and from 2004 continued working in main company. In 2007 was Promoted to principal dancer and in season 2015-2016 worked in Staatsballet Berlin.

Currently freelance dancer/teacher.

Danced choreography’s and worked with Heinz Spoerli, William Forsythe, Mats Ek, Jiri Kylan, Nacho Duato, Ohad Nahirin, Uwe Scholts, Mauro Begonzeti, Martin Schlapfer, Cristian Spuck, Jiri Bubenicek, Hans Van Manen. M.Petipa, A.Bournonville, G.Balanchine etc.


1997: Armenian Ballet Competition Amadeus, Gold Medal
2002: Maia Arbatova international ballet competition, Gold Medal
2004: International ballet competition Varna, Gold Medal
2005: International ballet competition Nagoy-Japan, Jury price
2008: Heinz Spoerli Fondation Price
2008: Les Etoiles prix, Magazin Ballet 2000
2016: Hommage A Maya Plisetskaya “Foceful Feelings”


Klassenbeschrieb // class description

Classical Dance is the foundation of all dance arts. In it's 200 years of existence it has gone through a lot of progress and is now at the peak of it's excellence. Daily stretching ,strengthening your back and getting more power in your ankle joints will guarantee a beautiful and a healthy body. The correct work of muscles improves the quality of your turns, jumps, flexibility and sustainability. The development in stretch ability of the body, strength in your muscular system and improvement of coordination will all be included in the combinations. The work of the positions in the arms will give you more expression in the feeling of the dance, and the accompanying music will improve your musicality. A Classical Dance lesson always additionally raises the quality of cultural development in a person.


"You don't stop dancing because you have grown older, you grow older because you have stopped to dance." -Jessie Newburn
"We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once." -Friedrich Nietzsche