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Franciska-Élisabeth de Mikhnevitch
Ballet Professor

Franciska Elisabeth de Mikhnevitch - Danseuse

Trained by Julie Sedova, Lioubov Egorova, Olga Preobrajenska and Victor Gzovsky, Franciska-Élisabeth de Mikhnevitch studied at the Conservatorie de Nice, then at the Dance University in Paris directed by Serge lifar.
First Price at the Conservatoire de Paris in 1960 Franciska-Élisabeth de Mikhnevitch became a student at the Paris Opera Danse School, later she became dancer at the Opéra of Paris. Sujet, she also danced as soloist:

  • Tribute to Serge lifar (1977),
  • Les Mirages (The Chimère)de Serge Lifar
  • Phèdre (Oenone) de Serge Lifar,
  • Gisèle (Myrtha),
  • Le Loup de Roland Petit (Bohémienne),
  • L'oiseau de feu de Maurice Béjart (Partisane),
  • ...

Today, Franciska-Élisabeth de Mikhnevitch, an accredited Balllet professor since 2000 is a ballet professor and coordinator at the Conservatoire de Rambouillet .

Music for Ballet Class IV, Dance Accompaniment  - Ellina Akimova, Franciska-Elisabeth de Mikhnevitch 
In 2007, Franciska-Élisabeth de Mikhnevitch and Ellina Akimova put their talent and their passion for dance and music together to create the volume IV of the Collection Dance Accompaniment, Music for Ballet Class. This CD is a complete class for professional dancers, it features music for barre exercices, music for centre exercises including pointes, and exercises for male dancers.