Yuri Ardashev

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Yuri Ardashev
Born (1965-01-22)22 January 1965
Kirov, Russian SFSR
Occupation Theatre director

Yuri Ardashev (Russian: Юрий Алексеевич Ардашев; born 22 January 1965) is a Russian theatre director, actor, and professional drummer.[1] Opera La voix humaine by Francis Poulenc, directed by Yuri Ardashev, became the nominee of the national award "Golden Mask" (2009) in the categories "Best Performance", "Best Actress".[2]


Yuri Ardashev studied at the Kirov Academy of Arts and the State musical college named after Gnessins on Percussion instruments. He graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (studio Vladimir Naumov) and Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (Master Yuri Lyubimov), specializing in directing.[3]

He worked in TV's Companies Star Plus, Grand TV (Vyatka), filmed commercials and documentaries, worked as an actor and assistant director at the Taganka Theatre.[1] As assistant attended by the director Yuri Lyubimov of performances:

Since January 2011 working at the State Russian Drama Theater named by Bestuzhev.

Work in film[edit]

  • Past i present
  • Medicines for Termintor (2003)
  • Reflection. Thieves in Law (2006)[4]
  • Boris Grebenshchikov. Teleportation in Vyatka
  • Yuri Lyubimov. Portraits of Age
  • Reflection. Advergames" (2004)

Works in the theater[edit]

Actor's work in Taganka Theatre[edit]

Nominations and awards[edit]

  • Award of "binoculars" for the most interesting theatrical experiment of 1999 - Three Sisters
  • International Film Festival grand prize DetectiveFEST "Law and Society" - Reflection. Thieves in Law (2006)
  • Prize for best director at the Independent Television Festival - Boris Grebenshchikov. Teleportation in Vyatka
  • Prize for best director, original theatrical festival in Moscow university "Student Spring" - King Lear. Pause
  • Francis Poulenc La voix humaine - nominated for National Award "Golden Mask" (2009) in the category "Best Performance".


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