Thessalian Ballet

The creation and growth of the dancing material gave birth to an imperative need and responsibility: the existence of a permanent dancing stage that would give an outlet to the desire for dancing expression and creation and of course scenic presence.

The Thessalian Ballet as a form of dance came to embrace and express all this fervent desire.
It has already demonstrated serious pieces of work that are certified by high technique, strength and maturity of the interpretations of its dancers, so much in the classic repertoire as well in its very interesting choreographical approaches.

Its objective is:
To create dancers and choreographers.
To revive with respect the classic repertoire.
To rise up in a live Shrine of Art which will come to be a challenge for the people of the Art of Dance in Greece as well as abroad.
In a few words it wants to create a new dynamic in the Art of Dance!

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Persons

  • Andreoudi, Eleana
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Antara, Natassa
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Bounitsi, Despina
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Glikou, Maria
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Kalpenidou, Sofia
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Lagou, Ioanna
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Mpatzalexi, Nikoletta
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Mpoumpouli, Maria
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Nassika, Tina
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Nikolaou, Elenina
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Sagona, Vassiliki
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Soultouki, Vassiliki
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Tsimourta, OLga
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Tsiopa, Maria
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Varna, Hrissa
    Classical Ballet / Dancer
  • Zaharouli, Dimitra
    Classical Ballet / Dancer