Svetlana Silina Floreani's
Svetlana Silina Floreani’s career spans over 30 years with experience performing, choreographing, and teaching a range of classical and folk dances internationally. Starting in Moscow, she trained classical ballet with Bolshoi graduates and later graduated in Classical Ballet, Russian Folk, and Culture from Moscow University. She went on to perform with leading dance companies touring across Russia. With a diverse choreography repertoire, Svetlana has created pieces of Ballet, Russian Folk, Hungarian, Mexican, Classical Spanish and Flamenco in multiple performances, theatre productions and television appearances. Locally, she has performed in various ballets such as Don Quixote and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Flamenco performances like Carmen by Alegrias Dance Company and in Notte Bianca. Svetlana holds her Associate from Cecchetti Imperial Society of Teachers, together with IdB (I), IdB (II), and PdB from Spanish Dance Society. After being part of multiple teaching faculties, currently she teaches Ballet at the gymnastics’ Malta National Team, is Head of the Flamenco and Spanish Dance Faculties at Malta School for Drama and Dance and Johane Casabene Dance Conservatoire. Also being in training to become a Spanish Dance Society examiner, Svetlana she believes continuous development is essential to expand her professional practice and interest for universal dance.