Xenia Wiest


born in Moscow, Russia


1998-2000 Academie de danse in Braunschweig (Marie-Francoise Gery)
2001-2003 John Cranko-School in Stuttgart (U. Mitreuter-Russo)


2003 German Opera of Berlin
2003 Guestcontract Theatre of Görlitz (Demi-Soloist)
since 2004 Staatsballett Berlin


Giorgio Madia´s “Alice's Wonderland“ (Cook), Jodie Gate´s ”Courting the Invisible“ (creation), Tomaz Pandur´s/Ronald Savkovic´s “Symphony Of Sorrowful Songs“, Marco Goecke´s “and the sky on that cloudy old day“ (“Duato | Forsythe | Goecke“), Itzik Galili´s “The Open Square“, Vladimir Malakhov´s “Sleeping Beauty“ (Cinderella), Peter Schaufuss´  ”La Sylphide“ (Pas de huit), Jerome Robbins´ “Fancy Free“ (Blue Lady), Maurice Béjart´s “Ring um den Ring“ (3 Rheintöchter), Patrice Bart´s “The Nutcracker“ (Russian dance) and “Swan Lake” (Tarantella), Angelin Preljocaj´s “Snow White” (Cat), Kathlyn Pope´s “Märchenballett ab 4 – Dornröschen“ (fairy and cat), Vasily Medvedev´s and Yuri Burlaka´s “La Esmeralda“ (Solo Gypsy), Heinz Spoerli´s “Peer Gynt“ (Säterin), Giorgio Madia´s “Don Juan“, Nacho Duato´s “Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness”, „White Darkness“ (“Duato | Kylián“), Ohad Naharin´s “Secus“ (“Duato | Kylián | Naharin”), John Cranko´s “Romeo and Juliet” (Carnival), George Balanchine´s “Jewels“ (Emeralds, Diamonds), Hofesh Shechter's "The Art of Not Looking Back" ("Duato | Shechter")


2005 “Déja-vu?!. “ (within “Shut up and dance!“) /// 2007 “Bodylanguage“ (within “Shut up and dance! Updated“) /// 2009 “Moment musical“ (within Tanzforum Berlin) /// 2010 “To be continued“ (within “Shut up and dance! Reloaded“) /// 2010 „Dance me“ within Fashion Week Berlin, „Part two“) /// 2010 “Etude Nr. 1“ (within Dance Summit for Martin Puttke - Pas de deux) /// 2011 “Augenblick“ (within Gala in Sarajevo ) /// 2012 “Take a breath“ (within Kremlin Gala Moscow) /// 2013 “Live now, think later“ (within Kremlin Gala Moscow) /// 2013 Choreography for NIKE-Studio /// 2013 “Quinque Viae – Dynamics of Existence“ (within “Masse“) /// 2017 "Distant Relatives" (within "Dance\\\Ruption")