The National Ballet of Canada’s first performance in Russia to be livestreamed
Vogue Russia

“I am convinced that i am on the cusp of an entirely new phase of my professional life. I long to create something innovative, to push boundaries. I have been thinking about starting my own company for a long time now”.

CULTURE Danse: "la génération Instagram" veut grandir trop vite dit Vishneva
Dance Magazine
Pregnancy Was Diana Vishneva's "Only Chance to Take A Rest." Now She's Back and Busier Than Ever

Diana Vishneva has had a very big year. In 2017, she retired from American Ballet Theatre, performing Onegin with the company one last time, accompanied by her longtime partner Marcelo Gomes. Then, in September, she opened a ballet studio in her home city of St. Petersburg called CONTEXT Pro. Soon after, she marked the fifth edition of her festival of contemporary dance, CONTEXT, with two weeks of performances, workshops and talks in Moscow and St. Petersburg. But the biggest event came several months later, with the birth of her first child. (As she points out with some satisfaction, the timing was perfect—she didn't have to cancel a single engagement.)

Wednesday’s Digital Daily
Ballerina Diana Vishneva Sets Sights on Next Stage

The dancer will return to the stage for the first time since the birth of her son, for the Paris Opera Ballet's gala opening night.

San Francisco Chronicle
Alonzo King reflects on Russian dance influence during Lines tour
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CBC News
'We put our hearts out on the stage:' Ballet students bring their modern dance to Russia's Mariinsky
Taking the stage at Russia's illustrious Mariinsky Theatre is a lofty ambition for any dancer, but for a group of students from Canada's National Ballet School, the dream has become a reality. >>
Students in the Professional Ballet Program were invited to perform Aszure Barton’s Come In on the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia. Personally invited by the CONTEXT Festival’s creator, Diana Vishneva, this is this first time NBS students will dance in St. Petersburg and NBS is the only school to be invited to perform. Aszure Barton’s work was originally created to feature Mikhail Baryshnikov and re-set on NBS senior students in 2014. >>
shanghai daily
Age is no barrier to play a teenager on stage
WITH her expressive big black eyes, a shining smile and graceful movement on stage, 40-year-old Diana Vishneva can still drive her audiences to tears. The principal dancer of Mariinsky Theater was at it again in the ballet “Romeo and Juliet” at Shanghai Grand Theater early this week. >>