Sleeping Karina Sarkis


Classical Ballet / Soloist

Born in Moscow (Russia). She trained at the Bolshoi Ballet School in Moscow and the Ballet Conservatory in St. Pölten. In 2000 she joined the Vienna State Opera Ballet, in 2004 she was promoted to Demi Soloist, 2009, she became a soloist.
Her most important roles Phrygia include in Renato Zanella\'s \"Spartacus,\" Hamsatti and Grand Pas in Vladimir Malakhovs \"The Bayadere\" Mizzi Caspar and Marie Countess Larisch in Kenneth MacMillan\'s \"Mayerling,\" Micaela in Davide Bombanas \"Ballet: Carmen, farmer couple and Zulma in Elena Tschernischova \"Giselle,\" companion of the Prince and Hungarian dancer Rudolf Nureyev in \"Swan Lake,\" Fee of honor in Peter Wright\'s \"Sleeping Beauty\", fall in Zanella\'s \"Cinderella, Barbie and Spanish dance in Gyula Harangozós\" The Nutcracker \" Italy in Zanella\'s \"The Nutcracker,\" Prima Donna in \"Open Air Concert\" by Gyula Harangozó sen., lots in Marius Petipa\'s Grand Pas from \"Paquita,\" George Balanchine\'s \"Apollo,\" Jiri Kylian\'s \"Petite Mort\", Zanella\'s \"Bolero,\" \"Beethoven Opus 73 \",\" Sensi \"and\" Duke\'s Nuts, \"Ben van Cauwenbergh\" dance tribute to Queen, Jorma Elo\'s \"Glow - Stop, András Lukács\'\" Whirling and Myriam Naisys \"Ederlezi\". In Zanella\'s \"Renard\" she created the role of the fox in Jorma Elo\'s \"A Midsummer Night\'s Dream\" the Hermia.
Guest performances she attended in Italy, Turkey and Greece.
For the opera \"Carmen\" she created in 2009 at the Vienna State Opera, the choreography. Multiple she choreographed for choreo.lab.
Awards: 1 Price at Rieti Danza (1998), 2nd Prize at the International Ballet Competition in St. Pölten (1998), 1 Price for fouettes Artek Yalta (1998), 1 Prize at the Prix de Lausanne (1999), 1 Prize at the International Ballet Competition in St. Pölten (2000).

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