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​​Klevis Tafaj - Albania

Mr. Tafaj graduated from the National Dance Academy, and joined the National Ballet Company of the Tirana Opera House in 2010. Promoted Soloist in 2013, Klevis partnered several principal dancers, toured Turkey, Greece and Montenegro and performed at the Praha International Festival and the Balkans Festival of Warsaw. Klevis participated in AjkunBT's Performing in New York in 2014 and, upon his return, performed as a Principal Dancer with the National Ballet of Kosovo. Klevis toured with Ajkun Ballet Theatre to Italy in 2015, 2016, 2017, and danced the role of Don Jose in Chiara Ajkun's Carmen in 2016. He was featured as Dracula in the original cast of Chiara Ajkun’s Dracula and as Count Vronsky in Dr. Ajkun’s Anna Karenina. Mr. Tafaj has also performed choreographies by world renowned choreographers  Angelin Preljocaj, and Pëllumb Agalliu. Klevis was promoted First Soloist in 2018.  

Momoko Burbine- Japan

Ms. Burbine began training in her native Japan at Suzuki Ballet Art Studio and completed her dance education at The Joffrey Ballet School under full scholarship. Momoko performed with the NBA Ballet Company and is the recipient of the first prize at Ballet Competition 21. Her repertory includes leading roles in the ballets Nutcracker, Don Quixote, Swan Lake, Paquita and Le Corsaire. Momoko's dream to join Ajkun Ballet Theatre became reality in 2012. Momoko performed the role of Gamzatti in Chiara Ajkun's restaging of La Bayadére and Dr. Ajkun created the featured role of Puck on Ms. Burbine in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Momoko was featured as Mina in the original cast of Chiara Ajkun's Dracula and was promoted First Soloist in 2016.

Kylie Brown - Michighan USA
Ms. Brown  

J Ryan Carroll - Alabama, USA
Mr. Carroll apprenticed with Laura Alonso’s Cuballet before joining Wes Chapman’s Alabama Ballet and American Repertory Ballet as a Soloist. Promoted Principal with Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, Ryan was featured as Premiere Guest Artist at the 2010 International Dance Festival in San Juan, by invitation of The Ministry of Culture of Puerto Rico. Additional engagements include the musicals Fosse, The Wizard of Oz, and the theater productions of Pippin (Utah Shakespearean Festival), and Pop Goes Broadway. Ryan was featured in Ajkun Ballet Theatre's Hamlet and Les Misérables, as well as in Chiara Ajkun's restaging of La Fille Mal Gardée.

Analia Farfan - Argentina

Andrew Hellerick - Pennsylvania, USA

Ichiko Nakajima - Japan

​Corey Mangum - South Carolina, USA

Hisayo Shimada - Japan

Allan McCormick - Canada

Morgan C. Stinnett - Ohio, USA
Mr. Stinnett received his early ballet training at Nan Klinger's Excellence in Dance in his native Ohio, and performed with Cuyahoga Valley Youth Ballet, before graduating from Point Park University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance. Before joining the Ajkun Ballet Theatre in 2012, Morgan danced with Texas Ballet Theater and, as a Soloist, with Connecticut Ballet. Morgan originated the role of Oberon in Chiara Ajkun's A Midsummer Night's Dream (2015) and the role of Alexander Karenin in Chiara Ajkun's Anna Karenina (2017).

Bridie Connors-Schwartz ​​​- New Zealand

Endrit Shkoza - Albania 

Mr. Shkoza studied and earned his diploma from the National School of Dance in his native Albania and received a choreographer degree from the National Academy of Arts in Tirana. In 2003 he joined the National Theater of Opera and Ballet in Tirana and was promoted to First Soloist in the following season. Endrit has performed many classical and contemporary roles including the Golden Idol in La Bayadère, Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet and Franz in Coppelia. Mr. Shkoza joined Ajkun Ballet Theatre as a Leading Artist in 2016.

Emily Williams - ACT, Australia

Alejandro Ulloa - Nicaragua

​Natalie Young - South Carolina, USA

Leading Artists