Kusch Natalie

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Classical Ballet / Second Soloist

Born in Nikopol (Ukraine). After training at the Theatre College in Dnepropetrovsk she was two years a member of Ballet at the Opera House in Dnepropetrovsk. After a period of training at the Ballet Conservatory in St. Pölten she had engagements in Cairo, and Magdeburg. In 2005 she joined the Ballet of the Vienna State Opera and Volksoper, 2010 she was promoted to soloist of the Vienna State Ballet. Among her most important roles Olga count in John Cranko\'s \"Onegin\", Crown Princess Stephanie in Kenneth MacMillan\'s \"Mayerling\", Little Swan, and Neapolitan dancer Rudolf Nureyev\'s \"Swan Lake\", gypsy in Cranko\'s \"Romeo and Juliet,\" leading roles in George Balanchine\'s \"Rubies\" William Forsythe\'s \"The vertiginous thrill of exactitude\"

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