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Alice Firenze

Born in Genoa (Italy), Alice Firenze was educated at the Ballet School of the Scala in Milan. In 2005 she became a member of the Ballett der Wiener Staatsoper und Volksoper. In 2010 she was appointed Demi-soloist of the Wiener Staatsballett, 2013 she was promoted Soloist.

Her repertory comprises Swanilda in Pierre Lacotte’s „Coppélia“, Gefährtin des Prinzen, Kleiner Schwan and Ungarischer Tanz in Rudolf Nureyev’s "Schwanensee", Arabischer Tanz and Schneeflocke in Nureyev’s "Der Nussknacker", Straßentänzerin in Nureyev’s "Don Quixote", Henriette in Nureyev’s „Raymonda“, Solo-Sylphide in Pierre Lacotte’s "La Sylphide", Fee der Schönheit, Fee der Lebhaftigkeit and Pas de quatre in Peter Wright’s "Dornröschen", Gerda in Michael Corder’s "Die Schneekönigin", Judith in Stephan Thoss' "Blaubarts Geheimnis", Zigeunerin in John Cranko’s "Romeo und Julia", Olga in Cranko’s "Onegin", Zulméa in Manuel Legris' "Le Corsaire", Lescauts Geliebte in Kenneth MacMillans "Manon", Mizzi Caspar in MacMillan’s „Mayerling“, Helena in Jorma Elo’s "Ein Sommernachtstraum", Schatten der Marie Antoinette in Patrick de Bana’s „Marie Antoinette“, Ein Bauernpaar in Elena Tschernischova’s „Giselle“, Solveig in Edward Clug’s „Peer Gynt“, eine Jägerin (Soloist) in Manuel Legris’ „Sylvia“ and roles in Marius Petipa’s "Paquita", George Balanchine’s „Who Cares?“, „Symphonie in C“, „Stravinsky Violin Concerto“ and „Jewels“ („Rubies“ and Pas de trois in „Emeralds“), Serge Lifar’s "Suite en blanc", Jerome Robbins’ „Glass Pieces“ and "The Four Seasons", Rudi van Dantzig’s "Vier letzte Lieder", John Neumeier’s "Bach Suite III", "Vaslaw" and “Le Sacre”, Jiří Kylián’s „Sechs Tänze“, „Bella Figura“ and „Psalmensymphonie“, William Forsythe’s "The Second Detail", Nils Christe’s "Before Nightfall", David Dawson’s "A Million Kisses to my Skin", Thierry Malandain´s „Mozart à 2“, Edwaard Liang’s „Murmuration“, Kenneth MacMillans „Concerto“, excerpts from Jorma Elo’s “Glow – Stop”, Liam Scarlett’s „With a Chance of Rain“ and Mauro Bigonzetti’s „Cantata“. She created (main) roles in András Lukács’ “Duo”, in Patrick de Bana’s "Windspiele", in Eno Peci’s "Herzblume", in Natalia Horecna’s "Contra Clockwise Witness" (Engel) and in Antony McDonald’s and Ashley Page’s "Ein Reigen" (Mitzi), in András Lukács’ “Movements to Stravinsky” (1st couple) and in Andrey Kaydanovskiy’s “Der Feuervogel” (Putzfrau).

She has appeared as guest dancer in many European countries and overseas.

Awards and honours: Premio Capri Danza (2017).

Events with Alice Firenze

24. September 2020
Thursday
19.30 - 21.45
2 intermissions

Jewels

25. September 2020
Friday
19.30 - 21.45
2 intermissions

Jewels

03. October 2020
Saturday
20.00 - 22.15
2 intermissions

Jewels

09. October 2020
Friday
20.00 - 22.15
2 intermissions

Jewels

20. May 2021
Thursday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

25. May 2021
Tuesday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

30. May 2021
Sunday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

04. June 2021
Friday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

05. June 2021
Saturday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

07. June 2021
Monday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

11. June 2021
Friday
19.00 - 21.30
2 intermissions

A Suite of Dances

26. June 2021
Saturday
19.00 - 21.45
2 intermissions

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