Jury member of Benois de la Danse Benois de la Danse nominee
Thus, she performed leading roles in ballets by Leonid Lavrovsky (Romeo and Juliet, the first ballerina to dance Muse in Paganini), Rostislav Zakharov (Cinderella), Leonid Jakobson (the first dancer of Bird Maiden part in Shurale), Yuri Grigorovich (The Stone Flower, The Legend of Love, Spartacus, The Sleeping Beauty), Natalya Ryzhenko and Viktor Smirnov-Golovanov (Anna Karenina).
Marina Kondratieva retired from dancing in 1980 and since then she has been a teacher at the Bolshoi Theatre. Her dancing career earned her well-deserved popularity and a number of government awards. Today she is giving ballet classes sharing her experience gained throughout successful career with a young generation of Moscow ballerinas. Among her students there are such presently famous ballet soloists as Nadezhda Gracheva, Anna Antonicheva, Anastasia Volochkova, Ekaterina Shipulina, Nina Kaptsova. As a competent ballet teacher, Marina Kondratieva has been invited in various countries of the world.
In 1980-90s she combined teaching with production work: at the Bolshoi, she staged Pas de Quatre, Grand Pas from the ballet Paquita; in the National Ballet of Korea- Swan Lake, Giselle, Cinderella, Don Quixote, The Sleeping Beauty; in l▓Opera de Nice — Marius Petipa▓s ballet evenings.