Vladislav Lantratov was born in Moscow. He graduated from Moscow Choreographic Academy, IlyaKuznetsov's class, in 2006, and joined Bolshoi Ballet the same year. He is coached by Mikhail Lavrovsky and Valery Lagunov.
Mr. Lantratov's repertoire with the Bolshoi includes: Albrecht and Wilfreed in Giselle; Solor and Toloragva in La Bayadère; Basilio in Don Quixote; Phoebus, Actéon, and Friends to Phoebus in La Esmeralda; Nutcracker-Prince and Final Waltz and Apotheosis in Nutcracker, Count Paris and Friends to Juliet in Romeo and Juliet by Yuri Grigorovich; Philippe in The Flames of Paris, Ballet Dancer in The Bright Stream, Lucien in Lost Illusions, Jeu de Cartes by Alexei Ratmansky; The Evil Genius in Swan Lake; Gurn in La Sylphide; The Blue Bird and Prince Fortune in The Sleeping Beauty; Count Cherry in Cipollino by Genrikh Mayorov; Pas de trois in Grand Pas from Paquita; Bernard and Grand Pas in Raymonda; Friends to Colas in La Fille mal Gardee by Frederick Ashton; 4th Movement (Two pairs) in Symphony in C by George Balanchine; Class Concert by Asaf Messerer.
Mr. Lantratov's creations with the Bolshoi include: Soloist in Chroma by Wayne McGregor; Foreign Prince in The Sleeping Beauty; Couple in Blue in Russian Seasons, Huntsmen in The Flames of Paris by Alexei Ratmansky; Serenade by George Balanchine.
His repertoire also includes: I think, therefore I am by Anna Abalikhina and Dina Khussein, Bolshoi Theatre Workshop, 2006; Skryabiniana bó Kasian Goleizovsky, Bolshoi Theatre Workshop, 2008.
He was awarded The Youth Triumph Prize in 2010 and nominated for the Benios de la Danse Prize in 2012.