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Dilyana Yaneva

  • Dyliana Yaneva

Demisoloist of Ballet of the National Theatre Brno

She graduated as a dancer from the National Dance Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2011 and as a dance teacher at the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts in Plovdiv in 2018. in 2011-2016, she was a member of the company at the Sofia Opera and Ballet where she danced in ballets such as Swan Lake, the Nutcracker, Sleeping beauty, La Bayadère, Giselle, Don Quixote, Coppélia, Zorba the Greek and others. She then danced as a soloist at the Macedonia Opera and Ballet for 2 years (Raymonda, Swan Lake, Don Quixote, the Nutcracker, Giselle etc.) and was a guest soloist at the Plovdiv State Ballet from 2017 (Swan Lake). She has been a demi-soloist at the National Theatre Brno ballet company since 2018.  

Roles in the repertoire of Ballet NdB 2018/2019:

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty - Fairy 3., Priness Florina, Friend

S. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Montagues women, Juliet´s friend

4 Elements
Gnawa - women

performances

Wednesday 12. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
L
Mahen Theatre
Thursday 13. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
L
Mahen Theatre
Monday 17. 06. 2019 00.00
Ballet
 
Zájezd - Slovinsko
Mahen Theatre
Wednesday 19. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Friday 25. 10. 2019 19.00
Ballet
Sergej Prokofjev
Presented to the 80th anniversary of Brno World Premiere
Janáček Theatre
Saturday 2. 11. 2019 18.00
Ballet
Sergej Prokofjev
Presented to the 80th anniversary of Brno World Premiere
Janáček Theatre
Saturday 23. 11. 2019 17.0019.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Sunday 24. 11. 2019 19.0021.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Sunday 12. 01. 2020 17.0019.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Tuesday 21. 01. 2020 17.0019.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre

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