Victor Mulygin was born in Zlatoust, the Chelyabinsk Region. In 2007 graduated from the Perm State Choreographic College.
In 2007–2008 underwent an internship at the Perm State Choreographic College, while being a ballet dancer of the Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre.
In 2008–2017 — leading soloist of the Samara Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. He has toured in Germany, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Finland, Czechia, China, Spain, Island, Mexico. Took part in a tour in Harbin (The People’s Republic of China), Seoul (South Korea) and at the Mariinsky Theatre (St Petersburg) as a member of the Ballet Company of the Primorsky Stage.
Since February 2017 he has been an artist of the ballet company of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre. Since November 2017 he became a soloist.
Repertoire at the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre includes:
Swan Lake (Prince’s Friends, Spanish Dance, Neapolitan Dance, four soloists in Waltz), choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, revised choreography by Konstantin Sergeyev and choreographic adaptation by Eldar Aliev;
The Sleeping Beauty (Prince Desire, Bridegrooms of the Princess, Bluebird, Prince Fortuné, The Fairy Caraboss, Catalabutte), choreography by Marius Petipa, revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev;
La Bayadère (The Golden Idol), choreography by Marius Petipa revised by Vladimir Ponomarev and Vakhtang Chabukiani;
The Nutcracker (Nutcracker Prince, four soloists in Waltz of flowers); сhoreography by Eldar Aliev;
Giselle (Count Albrecht, pas de deux), choreography by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot and Marius Petipa;
Don Quixote (Basilio), choreography by Alexander Gorsky based after Marius Petipa;
Le Corsaire (Conrad), сhoreography by Eldar Aliev using fragments of Maurius Petipa’s choreography;
The Firebird (Ivan); сhoreography by Eldar Aliev;
The Little Humpbacked Horse (Ivan the Fool, Horses, two lads), choreography by Alexei Ratmansky;
Daphnis et Chloé (Thanatos); choreography by Dmitry Pimonov;
Visions fugitives (Purple Soloist); choreography by Dmitry Pimonov;
A Thousand and One Nights (Sinbad); choreography by Eldar Aliev;
Bambi (The Chief Hunter), choreography by Anton Pimonov.
George Balanchine’s ballets: Prodigal Son (Two men), Serenade (Dark Angel).
Grand pas from the ballet Raymonda (Jean de Brienne); choreography by Marius Petipa and Konstantin Sergeyev, revised version by Eldar Aliev;
Grand pas de deux Carnevale di Venezia from the ballet Satanella (soloist); choreography by Marius Petipa.
Repertoire also includes:
La Bayadere (Solor); choreography by Marius Petipa, revised version by Vladimir Ponomarev and Vakhtang Chabukiani,
Le Pavillon d’Armide (Slave); choreography by Nikita Dolgushin based after Michel Fokine,
Coppelia (Franz); choreography by Alexander Gorsky,
Anyuta (Student); choreography by Vladimir Vasiliev,
Chopiniana (The Youth); choreography by Michel Fokine,
The Nutcracker (Prince); choreography by Kirill Shmorgoner,
La Fille mal gardée (Colas); choreography by Kirill Shmorgoner,
Grand pas from the ballet Paquita (Lucien, Pas de trois); choreography by Marius Petipa,
Pas de deux of Diana and Actaeon from La Esmeralda; choreography by Marius Petipa, revised version by Yuri Burlaka,
Romeo and Juliet (Romeo, Paris); choreography by Kirill Shmorgoner, Marius Petipa, revised version by Konstantin Sergeev,
Corsaire (Ali); choreography by Vasily Medvedev,
Swan Lake (Prince Siegfried), choreography by Lev Ivanov, Marius Petipa, Konstantin Sergeev, Asaf Messerer, Alla Shelest, Igor Chernyshev,
The Moonlight; choreography by George Balanchine,
Kirill Shmorgoner’s ballets: The Queen of Spades (German), Tango...Tango… Tango… (He), Serenade (lead part), The Storm, Pas de deux to music by Giuseppe Verdi.