Soloists Weronika Frodyma

DEMI-SOLOIST

born in Cracow, Poland

BALLETEDUCATION

1999 – 2006 Ballet School Warsaw, honoring as the best graduate
2006 – 2007 School of American Ballet

COMPETITIONS | AWARDS

2005 2nd Prize 14th Dance Competition Gdansk, Poland
2005 1st Prize 4th International Youth Competition for Classical Dance Kharkov, Ukraine

ENGAGEMENTS

2007-2009 Polish National Ballet, Warsaw
2009 Staatsballett Berlin // since 2011 Demi-Soloist

REPERTORY IN BERLIN

Vladimir Malakhov´s “Sleeping Beauty“ (Friends) and “La Péri“ (Scottish princess),  Patrice Bart´s “Swan Lake”(four big swans, Hungarian princess); “The Nutcracker” (Doll); “Giselle“ (Berthe),  Vasily  Medvedev´s/ Yuri Burlaka´s  “Esmeralda“  (four friends) and “The Nutcracker” (Sister of the prince, Danse des mirlitons), Angelin Preljocaj´s “Snow White” (mirror image of the step mother) and “The Nights“, Xenia Wiest´s  “To be continued“ and “Quinque Viae – Dynamics of Existence“ (“Masse“), Maurice Béjart´s “Ring around the Ring“ (Erda), William Forsythe´s “Herman Schmerman“, Itzik Galili´s “The Open Square“, Alexei Ratmansky´s “Namouna“ (“Ratmansky | Welch“), Giorgio Madia´s “Don Juan“ (Donna Anna), William Forsythe´s “Herman Schmerman“ (“Duato | Forsythe | Goecke“), Nacho Duato´s “Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness” (main part) and “White Darkness“ (“Duato | Kylián“), George Balanchine´s “Jewels“ (Diamonds Demi-Solo, Emeralds Pas de deux), Nacho Duato's "The Nutcracker" (Spanish dance/Snowflake), Jean-Christophe Maillot's "Altro Canto" ("Maillot | Millepied"), Hofesh Shechter's "The Art of Not Looking Back" ("Duato | Shechter")

OTHER PARTICULARITIES

Aneta Popiel-Machnicka and Michal Popiel-Machnicki filmed a long time documentation about the profession of Weronika Frodyma