Cet espace unique a un intérieur vibrant et une terrasse colorée, tous deux méticuleusement conçus pour vous fournir avec un espace parfait pour toute occasion.
This unique space has a vibrant interior and a colourful terrace, both meticulously designed to provide you with the perfect setting for any occasion.
The great Sacha Gouliaev @sasha_gouliaev landed gracefully. We thought it was best to let him talk. Welcome to ZEFYR LIFE @zefyrworldwide, Dear Sacha 🕊🙏🏻🦄 + 'I was born in Russia, in 1966, in a very small city. I’m probably the only #ballet dancer who ever came out of that place. I don’t remember how it happened, but thank God it did!
I was studying at the famous Perm academy and later was accepted to the Perm Ballet. My time at the Perm Ballet was amazing and I enjoyed all of the traditions, it was a very good start for a young dancer. My big journey began.
Let me tell you little bit about the most important part of this journey, the Kirov Ballet, also known as Mariinsky. It is difficult to describe the feeling when you are dancing principal roles with ballerinas like Asylmuratova, Chenchikova, Kunakova! During my first day in the studio in Kirov, I heard Ninel Kurgapkina say 'gosh, another dancer from the countryside, what are we going to do with him' Instead of feeling despair I said to myself, she is going to be my teacher, and that is exactly what happened. She taught me and I learned. I stayed in her studio for six hours every day, I didn't want to go anywhere else, it was the place to be for me at that time. I was obsessed with perfection, I was working on it constantly. She helped me!
Once I rehearsed with her in San Francisco and Nureyev came to visit, he saw my potential. After a month I went everywhere with him and was trying to understand how he did this, how he had become #Nureyev. I guess I've got it, the power of life, the desire to comprehend it all. He wanted me to go with him and I got a contract for
The Nutcracker in La Scale, but it was not meant to be. I was too young and too Russian to leave the Kirov, so I stayed. Eventually I left Russia. I danced in Amsterdam for ten good solid years. (...) MORE BELOW.