Weronika Frodyma

SOLOIST

born in Cracow, Poland

BALLET EDUCATION

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

REPERTORY IN BERLIN

Vladimir Malakhov: »Sleeping Beauty« (Friends) and »La Péri« (Scottish princess); Patrice Bart: »Swan Lake« (four big swans, Hungarian princess), »The Nutcracker« (Doll), »Giselle« (Berthe); Vasily Medvedev and Yuri Burlaka: »Esmeralda« (four friends) and »The Nutcracker« (Sister of the prince, Danse des mirlitons); Angelin Preljocaj: »Snow White« (mirror image of the step mother) and »The Nights«; Xenia Wiest: »To be continued« and »Quinque Viae – Dynamics of Existence« (»Masse«); Maurice Béjart: »Ring around the Ring« (Erda); William Forsythe: »Herman Schmerman«; Itzik Galili: »The Open Square«; Alexei Ratmansky: »Namouna« (»Ratmansky | Welch«); Giorgio Madia: »Don Juan« (Donna Anna); William Forsythe: »Herman Schmerman« (»Duato | Forsythe | Goecke«); Nacho Duato: »Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness« (main part), »The Nutcracker« (Spanish dance/Snowflake) and »White Darkness« (»Duato | Kylián«); George Balanchine: »Jewels« (»Diamonds« demi solo, »Emeralds« Pas de deux); Jean-Christophe Maillot: »Altro Canto« (»Maillot | Millepied«); Hofesh Shechter: »The Art of Not Looking Back« (»Duato | Shechter«); Sharon Eyal: »Half Life« (»Celis« | »Eyal«); Anouk van Dijk: »Distant Matter« (»van Dijk | Eyal«); William Forsythe: »The Second Detail« (»Balanchine | Forsythe | Siegal«); Sharon Eyal: »STRONG« (»Ekman | Eyal«); Alexei Ratmansky: »La Bayadère« (Grand Pas d'action, Pas de djambé)

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

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