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Tallinn Ballet School
San Francisco Ballet
Joined the Company as a principal dancer in 2005
Estonian National Ballet
Birmingham Royal Ballet
7 for Eight (Pas de deux)
Don Quixote (Don Quixote, Basilio)
The Fifth Season (Principal)
Handel—A Celebration (Pas de deux)
Nutcracker (Uncle Drosselmeyer, Nutcracker Prince, King of the Snow, and Grand Pas de Deux)
On a Theme of Paganini
On Common Ground
Romeo & Juliet (Lord Montague)
The Sleeping Beauty (Prince Desiré)
Swan Lake (Prince Siegfried and Von Rothbart)
A rose by any other name (King)
Agon (Pas de deux)
Divertimento No. 15
The Four Temperaments (Sanguinic)
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Theseus and Titania’s Cavalier)
Serenade (Waltz couple and Dark Angel)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto (Aria I and Aria II)
Symphony in C (Pas de deux)
The Dance House (Pas de deux)
Double Stop (originated)
Foreshadow (originated role of Count Vronsky)
Ibsen’s House (originated role of Torvald Helmer in “A Doll’s House”)
in the middle, somewhat elevated
The Collective Agreement (originated)
Etudes (excerpt) (Pas de deux)
The Infinite Ocean (originated) (Principal)
Suite en Blanc (Pas de deux and pas de trois)
Concerto (Pas de deux)
Mrs. Robinson (originated role of Mr. Braddock)
Variations for Two Couples
The Chairman Dances—Quartet for Two
The Little Mermaid (Poet and Prince)
Raymonda—Act III (Jean de Brienne)
Swimmer (originated the role of Humbert)
Russian Seasons (Orange Man and White Man)
Piano Concerto #1 in Shostakovich Trilogy
The Seasons (Winter) (Man)
In the Night
Enigma Variations (Richard P. Arnold)
La Fille mal gardée
Scènes de ballet
The Two Pigeons (Young Man)
Voices of Spring (Pas de deux)
The Walk to the Paradise Garden
Beauty and the Beast (Beast)
Carmina Burana (“Sick with Love”)
Edward II (Grim Reaper)
Les Petit Riens
The Orpheus Suite (originated the role of Apollo)
The Seasons (originated)
The Shakespeare Suite (Romeo)
Sons of Horus (Imsety)
Brouillards (Footsteps in the Snow and Sails)
Four Seasons (originated)
Symphonic Dances (originated)
Romeo and Juliet (Romeo)
Daphnis and Chloë (Daphnis)
Romeo and Juliet (originated the role of Romeo)
Frankenstein (Alphonse Frankenstein)
In the Upper Room
Cinderella (Prince Guillaume)
The Sleeping Beauty (Prince and Blue Bird)
Swan Lake (Prince Siegfried)
Don Quixote (Espada)
La Bayadère (Solor)
- Received an Isadora Duncan Dance Award for Outstanding Performance for Tomasson’s Giselle (Albrecht) during the 2015 Repertory Season.
- Received the Award for Outstanding Performance for The Sleeping Beauty and Romeo and Juliet, Estonia, 2008.
- Produced and performed in the dance film “Sequentia,” April 2020.
- Performed Possokhov’s Firebird at Nevada Ballet Theatre, Las Vegas, 2019.
- Guest taught at Kansas City Ballet School Summer Intensive, Kansas City, Kansas, 2015.
- Performed at the 50th Anniversary Gala at San Jose Dance Theatre, San Jose, California, 2015.
- Danced Black Swan Pas de Deux from Swan Lake with Frances Chung at Allen Civic Ballet Fête des Beaux Arts, Allen, Texas, 2015.
- Organized a tour of Estonian National Ballet to San Francisco and the Estonian Festival, 2013.
- Created an installation featuring world premieres of a dance work and musical score at the de Young Museum, San Francisco, 2012.
- Choreographed AEG for Estonian National Ballet, Tallinn, Estonia, 2011.
- Directed, produced, and performed in a tour to Estonia featuring San Francisco Ballet dancers, 2011.
- Performed Balanchine’s Symphony in C with The National Ballet of Canada, Toronto, 2008.
- Performed at the International Ballet Star Gala, Taipei, 2008.
- Performed Balanchine’s Apollo with Birmingham Royal Ballet, Birmingham, England, 1999.
What has been your proudest moment as a dancer? Why?
Dancing Romeo in Romeo and Juliet when I was 20 years old. That’s when I met my wife who was dancing my Juliet, and we have been living together for 19 years now.
If I weren't a dancer, I'd be...
An actor, painter, or opera singer.
I love San Francisco because...
All of my dreams came true in this city.
When you have downtime from productions, what do you do to relax?
I don’t, I am the kind of person who has to create or do something and that’s relaxing, although it might appear to others as hard work.