Each step along the way with Siberian Swan
Siberian Swan is proud to announce its new line of Pointе Shoes with an Active Arch Support™ patented technology.
It saves dancer(s) feet from undue deformity, reduces stress on the joints and spine, and instills greater confidence.
Our patented technology regulates and controls the degree of flexibility of the inner-sole at the heel, as well as the demi-pointe area. All of these innovations were created to enable better mobility and stability of the ankle joint, which leads to correct muscles development.
Siberian Swan technology allows us to offer customized shoes specifically handcrafted for you to meet your individual requirements. It does not take any special circumstances, like being professional dancer. With Siberian Swan anyone can have shoes specially made for their feet.
Siberian Swan pointe shoes contain cedar extract
The Siberian Cedar may be rightfully considered our national tree, for it grows naturally almost exclusively in Siberia
It contains protein, fats, healthy acids, and vitamins thus its healing power is important to dancers feet, makes all the small wounds and scratches heal quicker, reduces skin’s irritation, itching.
Danced with American Ballet Theater, and New York City Ballet.
At the age of 17, Leslie won the role of Emilia in the movie “The Turning Point” opposite Mikhail Baryshnikov, and went on to be nominated for an academy award for best supporting actress.
Leslie is also known for her roles in “Nijinsky” starring opposite Alan Bates, “Dancers” starring alongside Mikhail Baryshnikov
Following “Nijinsky”, Leslie rejoined ABT to premiere Kenneth McMillans production of Romeo and Juliet. Following her debut, she was promoted to Principal dancer.
Leslie performed variety of leading roles in major productions of American Ballet Theater, and, as a guest artist, with various companies. In 1997 she was awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award by the New York City Dance Alliance.
Fellow member of the Cecchetti USA, Mrs. Moor is Artistic Director of National Ballet, Maryland's oldest professional ballet company Founded in 1948 where she was a principal dancer for over 30 years and has danced every major role in the repertoire. In addition, she has received a number of grants for choreography from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Prince George’s Arts Council.
Among her choreographies are "Ga Trong Con", "The Little Rooster", “The Ellington Nutcracker", “Memories of the Green”, “Bolero”, “Nutcracker”, and other productions.
Mrs. Moore received a BA in dance and music from the University of Maryland and has been on the faculties of the University of Maryland, Bowie State University, and Suitland High School’s magnet school for the arts.