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Emilia Baranowicz

Emilia Baranowicz was born in Piotrków Trybunalski (Poland). She was educated at the National Ballet School of Lodz where she was Soloist at Teatr Wielki from 2000 to 2002. Thereafter she was engaged by Stadttheater Gießen. In 2003 she became a member of the Ballett der Wiener Volksoper and in 2005 of the Ballett der Wiener Staatsoper und Volksoper. In 2010 she was appointed Demi-soloist of the Wiener Staatsballett.

Her repertory comprises Alice in Giorgio Madias "Alice@Wunderland“, Fee des Ehrgefühls in Peter Wrights "Dornröschen", Die Mutter, Luisa, Spanischer and Russischer Tanz in Rudolf Nureyev’s "Der Nussknacker", Schwan, Spanischer, Polnischer and Ungarischer Tanz in Rudolf Nureyev’s "Schwanensee", Zigeunerin in John Crankos "Romeo und Julia", Freundin in Frederick Ashtons „La Fille mal gardée“, Schatten in Rudolf Nureyev’s „La Bayadère“, Eine Bäuerin in Pierre Lacotte’s „Coppélia“ as well as roles in Ben van Cauwenberghs "Tanzhommage an Queen“, Stephan Thoss' "Blaubarts Geheimnis", Serge Lifars "Suite en blanc", John Neumeiers "Bach Suite III" and Myriam Naisys "Mokka“, Jean-Christophe Maillots "Vers un Pays Sage", Helen Picketts "Eventide", Jiří Bubeníčeks „Le Souffle de l’esprit“, Wachtang Tschabukianis Pas de six from "Laurencia", Elena Tschernischova’s „Giselle“, John Neumeier’s „Josephs Legende“ and „Le Sacre“, Edward Clug’s „Peer Gynt“ and Manuel Legris’ „Sylvia“. and. In Natalia Horecnas "Contra Clockwise Witness" she created the role of Herta Strugg/Prinzip and Die Seherin as well as roles in Eno Pecis „Petruschka“ and in Andrey Kaydanovskiys „Der Feuervogel”.