Weronika Frodyma


born in Cracow, Poland


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


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


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


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 and 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), The Nutcracker (Spanish dance/Snowflake) and White Darkness (Duato | Kylián); George Balanchine’s Jewels (Diamonds Demi-Solo, Emeralds Pas de deux); Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Altro Canto (Maillot | Millepied); Hofesh Shechter’s The Art of Not Looking Back (Duato | Shechter); Sharon Eyal's Half Life (van Dijk | Eyal); Anouk van Dijks Distant Matter (van Dijk | Eyal); William Forsythe's The Second Detail (Balanchine | Forsythe | Siegal)


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