Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Maxim Beloserkovsky trained at the School of Dance in Kiev. From 1990 to 1991, he was a principal dancer with the National Opera of Bulgaria. From 1991 to 1994, he was a leading soloist with the National Opera of the Ukraine, and while with this company was awarded the title of “etoile” in 1992. With the National Opera of the Ukraine, Beloserkovsky toured Japan, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Romania, India and Egypt. In 1993, he was honored by the President of the Ukraine for outstanding artistic achievement.
Before joining American Ballet Theatre in 1994, Beloserkovsky’s repertoire included the Prince inCinderella, Albrecht and the peasant pas de deux inGiselle, Farhad in The Legend of Love, the Prince in The Nutcracker, Prince Desire and the Bluebird in The Sleeping Beauty, Prince Siegfried, the pas de trois and Neapolitan Dance in Swan Lake, the pas d’action fromLa Bayadère, the pas de deux from Le Corsaire, Don Quixote and La Sylphide and, with the Hamburg Ballet, Alexander in Swan Lake.
Beloserkovsky was promoted to Soloist with American Ballet Theatre in May 1995, and to Principal Dancer in August 2000. His roles with the Company include the Boy in Afternoon of a Faun, the second movement inBruch Violin Concerto No. 1, the Prince in Ben Stevenson's Cinderella, Franz in Coppélia, Conrad and Lankendem in Le Corsaire, The Gentleman With Her inDim Lustre, Basilio and Espada in Don Quixote, Oberon in The Dream, Colas in La Fille mal gardée, Albrecht and the peasant pas de deux in Giselle, Grand Pas Classique, Death in HereAfter, Her Lover in Jardin aux Lilas, the pas de deux from Known by Heart, Le Grand Pas de Deux,Camille in The Merry Widow, the Cavalier in The Nutcracker, Lensky in Onegin, the Paquita pas de deux, Arthur Saint Léon in Pas des Déesses, Jean de Brienne in Raymonda, Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Prince Desiré, the Bluebird, and Gold in The Sleeping Beauty, Misgir and the pas de six in The Snow Maiden, Prince Siegfried and von Rothbart, Act III, in Swan Lake, Aminta in Sylvia, the first movement in Symphony in C, the Sylvia Pas de Deux, James in La Sylphide, theTchaikovsky Pas de Deux, the first and fourth variations in Variations for Four, leading roles in Diversion of Angels, Études, Mozartiana, Sinfonietta, Spring and Fall,Symphonic Variations, Symphonie Concertante, and featured roles in Anastasia, Ballet Imperial, The Leaves Are Fading, and Push Comes to Shove. He created leading roles in Baroque Game, The Brahms/Haydn Variations, Clear, The Elements, Kaleidoscope andWithout Words.
Beloserkovsky is married to Principal Dancer Irina Dvorovenko and they are the parents of a girl, Emma Galina