Julia Weiss

SOLIST

born in France

BALLET EDUCATION

1997–2003 Paris Opéra Ballet School

ENGAGEMENTS

2003–2004 Ballet de L’Opéra National de Paris
2004–2011 Ballet de L’Opéra National du Rhin
2009–2010 Staatstheaters Mainz, Soloist Dancer       
2011–2016 Semperoper Dresden, Principal Dancer

REPERTORY

George Balanchine’s “Symphony in C“; “Theme and Variations“; “Coppélia”; “Jewels”; “Apollo” , Yuri Grigorovich‘s “Yvan, the Terrible”, Davide Bombana’s “La septiéme lune”, Bronislava Nijinska’s “Les Noces”, Pierre Lacotte’s “La Sylphide”, Carolyn Carlson’s “Signes”, Jo Stromgren’s “The Nutcracker”; “Coppélia”, Maryse Delente’s “Gabriel”, David Nixon’s “Ondine”, Lucinda Childs’ “Dance“; “Chamber”; “Le Mandarin merveilleux”; “Oedipus rex“, Bertrand D’At’s “Le bœuf sur le toit ”; “Le Prince des pagodes”; “Romeo and Juliet” (Lady Capulet); “Le Chant de la terre“; “Swan Lake“; “Sigh of Love“, Maurice Béjart’s “Variations pour une porte et un soupir”; “Le Sacre du printemps“, Jacopo Godani’s “Conflict Acceleration”; “La Stirpe”; “Aura“; “In 47“; “Spazio-tempo”; “The Rite of Spring”, August Bournonville’s “La Sylphide“, Nacho Duato’s “Por vos muero“, William Forsythe’s “workwithinwork“; “Quintett“; “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude”; “Enemy in the Figure”; “Neue Suite”; “Impressing the Tzar”; “In the middle, somewhat elevated”, Marc Spradling’s “8 duos for two dancers“, Pascal Touzeau’s “Puzzle“; “No Thumb“; “Director’s cut“; “Raymonda“ (Title role); “The Irin“; “Romeo and Juliet“; “Heaven Sky“, Didy Veldman’s “Language Matters“; “No Thumb”, Stijn Celis’ “Noces”; “Vertigo maze”; “Cinderella”; “Josephslegende”, David Dawson’s “Giselle” (Titlerole); “Grey Area”; “Tristan and Yseult”, Mats Ek’s “She was black”, Alexander Ekman’s “Cacti”, Johan Inger’s “Walking Mad”, Jiří Kylián’s “Bella Figura”, Ohad Naharin’s “Minus16”, Aaron S. Watkin’s “The Nutcracker”; “La Bayadère”; “Swan Lake”; “Sleeping Beauty”, Helen Pickett’s “Zwischen(t)raum”, Alexei Ratmansky’s “Tanzsuite”

REPERTORY IN BERLIN

Nacho Duato’s “The Nutcracker” (Snowflake); Patrice Bart’s “Giselle” (Solo-Wili)