A former principal dancer of American Ballet Theatre, Maxim Beloserkovsky received his dance training at the Kiev Ballet Institute. From 1991 to 1994, he was a principal dancer with the National Opera Ballet of the Ukraine, and toured with them to numerous countries, including France, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, Canada and the U.S. In 1993, Mr. Beloserkovsky was honored by the President of the Ukraine for outstanding artistic achievement.
Joining American Ballet Theatre in 1994, Mr. Beloserkovsky was made a soloist in 1995 and was appointed principal dancer in 2000, following a brilliant season in which he was repeatedly cited for his superior artistry.
Mr. Beloserkovsky has appeared as a guest artist with numerous companies, including the Hamburg Ballet, the Finnish Ballet, the Rome Opera Ballet, Verona Ballet, the Universal Ballet, and with Stars of the Bolshoi Ballet, and has been a guest with Asami Maki and at the National Theater in Tokyo. He has also appeared in several videos and television arts programs, including the PBS broadcast of the opening of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, partnering his wife, ABT principal dancer Irina Dvorovenko, in the Swan Lake Act II Pas de Deux. He has been featured on the cover of Dance Magazine, Japanese Dance Magazine, New York Dance Fax and Pointe as well as in articles in People, Dancing Times, Dance Review, Gotham, Good Housekeeping and Talk.
In the spring 2012, Maxim retired from the ABT stage. Same year he became a faculty member of Ballet Academy East as a ballet teacher and in 2015 he became a guest teacher for Studio Company of American Ballet Theatre.
Since 2013, Maxim and Irina running two International Ballet Summer Intensive programs, in Panama City and in New York. Since 2005 Mr.Beloserkovsky and his wife Irina launched a very successful line of ballet wear “Irina&Max” by Bloch.
He and Ms. Dvorovenko are the proud parents of daughter Emma Galina, born on March 24 ,2005