Edvin Revazov

Principal, guest (Hamburg Ballett)

Edvin Revazov was born in 1983 in Sevastopol (Ukraine) and became a student at the Moscow School of Ballet before he moved to the School of the Hamburg Ballett in 2001. In 2003 he joined the company in Hamburg and was promoted to First Soloist in 2007 and to Principal Dancer in 2010.
John Neumeier created several roles for him, including the title role in Parzival, Tadzio in Death in Venice, Apollo in Orpheus and Wronsky in Anna Karenina. His repertoire at the Hamburg Ballet encompasses various roles, like Günther in The Nutcracker, Cassio in Othello, Albrecht in Giselle and the title roles in Romeo and Juliet, Peer Gynt and Hamlet. Furthermore, he danced the title roles in John Cranko’s Onegin, Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Serge Diaghilev and Nijinsky in Nijinsky.
In 2007 Edvin Revazov was awarded with the Dr.-Wilhelm-Oberdörffer-Prize and in 2008 he was named as the “best upcoming dancer” by Danza&Danza. In 2009 he was nominated for the German Theatre Prize for his performance in Faust and he won the Positano Award for Dance with his wife Anna Laudere in 2018.
After performing in 2009 with Bayerisches Staatsballett in L’Après-Midi d’un Faune for the Terpsichore Gala VIII and as Armand Duval in Lady of the Camellias in 2019, he now returns in January 2023 for the role of Theseus/Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

(Information as of 2023)