Huge Ballet Jumps! Enjoy Sergei's spectacular leaps.| Sergei Polunin
Huge Ballet Jumps!

Huge Ballet Jumps!

Huge ballet jumps is right. This is a video featuring Sergei Polunin in “Le Corsaire” and showcasing his incredible elevation and incredulous ballet leaps. His “signature” leap, the 540 Rivoltade is nothing short of spectacular.

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This video originally posted in November 2017 and currently has almost 490,000 views. It has been archived here in an effort to preserve and keep available treasured footage of this future dance legend.

About Sergei

Sergei Polunin is a Ukrainian ballet dancer. Famous for his “once every hundred years” talent, he has incredulous elevation and impeccable technique. From an early age, he displayed glorious dramatic range. Home videos of him as a tiny boy improvising to Pavarotti are very foretelling. At age 19, he became the Royal Ballet’s youngest ever principal dancer.

Ballet gained an unprecedented new awareness when he danced in Hozier’s viral video ”Take Me To Church.” People who never would have never paid any attention to ballet began to watch the tattooed phenom. He is generally attributed with bringing ballet to the modern common man.

Classical, yet cutting edge, Sergei starred in Diesel’s “Make Love Not Walls” campaign and has put his mark on many other promotions. Sergei is a much sought after model and actor. Fashion designers love his breathtaking physique and brooding good looks.

He has garnered only positive reviews for his acting. His appearances include Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of the Orient Express, the biographical documentary Dancer, The White Crow, and Red Sparrow.

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3 Replies to “Huge Ballet Jumps!”

  1. Thank you for your message. I must say that I tend to agree with you… Dancing, THE CLASSICS, is what he does best, I think, and would love nothing more than to see him adopt the mindset he had back in the RB school.

    This brings to mind something a dear, dear dance teacher once told me (all in good fun of course)… “Shut up and dance.”

    Thank you also for your kind wishes. I’m touched at your concern.

  2. Hi Pam ! When are you posting some new stuff on Sergei ? I miss your postings and I’m beginning to suffer from withdrawal symptoms ! I must be quite honest with you: I’m actually experiencing a bit of disillusionment with Sergei. I think I must stop viewing his interviews, listening to his comments and trying to understand and analyse his thought processes. He seems to be spouting a lot of sweeping statements and contradictions, and some of the stuff he’s putting out there sounds mighty like waffling, and often comes across as pretentious arrogance. Perhaps he should rather stick to what he does best and desist from attempts at intellectualising. I hope you’re keeping well sweetie. Look after yourself.

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