Anton Valdbauer was born in Vorkuta, in the Komi Republic of Russia.
He begins his training at Syktyvkar Art, Russia
finishing at the prestigious Russian Ballet Academy of Vaganova in St. Petersburg, and continues with a year of improvement at the Hochschule für Darstelende Kunste Frankfurt, Germany.
European Ballet (London, United Kingdom)
(2005-2006) State Opera and Ballet Theater of the Komi Republic (Russia)
(2006-2009) NDT 2
Under the direction of Gerald Tibbs
(2009-2010) Cullberg Ballet
Under the direction of Anna Grip
Under the direction of Jim Vincent and Paul Lightfoot.
Currently and since 2012 he is a dancer of the Royal Swedish Ballet, under the direction of J.Öhman and Nicolas Le Riche.
He has worked and danced an extensive repertoire of contemporary pieces by renowned choreographers of the current scene such as:
Mats Ek, Jiri Kylian, Ohan Naharin, Crystal Pite, Wim Vandekeybus, Sasha Waltz,
Johan Inger, Marco Goecke, Sharon Eyal, Alex Ekman, Paul Lightfoot and Sol Leon, Hans van Manen, Stijn Celis, Lucas Timulak, Jeremie Bellignard, Christopher Wheeldon and others.
Guest Professor Cullberg Ballet
Guest Professor Batrak Dance Company (Russia)
Regulated teacher at Danscentrum Stockholm, DOCH,
Balettakademien, Base 23 (Stockholm, Sweden)
Numerous workshops with
Kasok Dance Project (Russia).
Guest professor at DOCK 11 and Marameo Studio (Berlin, Germany)
Summer course of the ballet school Carmina Ocaña and Pablo Savoye (Madrid, Spain)
Summer courses Royal Conservatory Alicante and Albacete (Spain)
Diploma as a choreographer in the X International Ballet and Choreography Contest.
(Moscow, Russia 2004)
Choreography Contest Burgos-New York
Award for best interpretation (Spain 2007)
Pina Bausch Foundation Scholarship
In collaboration with Familie Flöz
(Berlin, Germany 2016)