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From 1990-94, he competed in sports-aerobics and was a member of the Russian National Team. He was European champion twice, in 1990 and 1991. Valdis then partnered with Vasily Gratchov, Arkady Burdnestsky, and Natasha Sarygina, with whom he re-created his group juggling act, now titled ''Original Jugglers''. They performed in the U.S. with [[Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey]] from 1995-97, and appeared for the last time together at the [[Big Apple Circus]] in 1999, before parting ways.
 
From 1990-94, he competed in sports-aerobics and was a member of the Russian National Team. He was European champion twice, in 1990 and 1991. Valdis then partnered with Vasily Gratchov, Arkady Burdnestsky, and Natasha Sarygina, with whom he re-created his group juggling act, now titled ''Original Jugglers''. They performed in the U.S. with [[Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey]] from 1995-97, and appeared for the last time together at the [[Big Apple Circus]] in 1999, before parting ways.
  
Valdis remained at the Big Apple Circus and became a member of its resident company. He performed in several acrobatic acts and in an aerial "bambou" (aerial perch) act with [[Regina Dobrovitskaya]]. He has also partnered with clowns [[Bello Nock]], [[Vallery]] (Serebriakov), [[Fumagalli]], and mime [[Olivier Taquin]]. He left the Big Apple Circus in 2010.
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Valdis remained at the Big Apple Circus and became a member of its resident company. He performed in several acrobatic acts and in an aerial "bambou" (aerial perch) act with [[Regina Dobrovitskaya]]. He has also partnered with clowns [[Bello Nock]], [[Vallery]] (Serebryakov), [[Fumagalli]], and mime [[Olivier Taquin]]. He left the Big Apple Circus in 2010.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:25, 23 June 2019

Juggler, Acrobat, Aerialist

By Dominique Jando


Valdis Yanovskis was born February 10, 1969 in Moscow to a circus family. His father was an acrobat who later converted to clowning. His mother was a trapeze artist. He joined the State College for Circus and Variety Arts in Moscow, where, under the tutelage of Tamara Babayan, he specialized as a juggler. In 1987, he graduated with a group-juggling act, Carnaval, which included Elena Drogaleva, Andrey Ivanko, Kyril Balan, and Alek Novosolov.

From 1990-94, he competed in sports-aerobics and was a member of the Russian National Team. He was European champion twice, in 1990 and 1991. Valdis then partnered with Vasily Gratchov, Arkady Burdnestsky, and Natasha Sarygina, with whom he re-created his group juggling act, now titled Original Jugglers. They performed in the U.S. with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey from 1995-97, and appeared for the last time together at the Big Apple Circus in 1999, before parting ways.

Valdis remained at the Big Apple Circus and became a member of its resident company. He performed in several acrobatic acts and in an aerial "bambou(French - Russian: Bambuk) Aerial apparatus, generally a hanging perch, from where the performers hang with the help of hand or ankle loops. See also: Aerial perch." (aerial perchAn aerial apparatus, generally a hanging perch, from where the performers hang with the help of hand or ankle loops. (French: Bambou - Russian: Bambuk)) act with Regina Dobrovitskaya. He has also partnered with clowns Bello Nock, Vallery (Serebryakov), Fumagalli, and mime Olivier Taquin. He left the Big Apple Circus in 2010.

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