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Adele Fiocchi

Adele Fiocchi was born in Portomaggiore (Italy). She was educated at the Scuola di Ballo del Teatro alla Scala, where she studied mainly under Bella Ratschinskaia and Paola Vismara. 2014 she became a member of the Wiener Staatsballett, 2017 she was appointed Demi-soloist.

Her repertory comprises Gefährtin des Prinzen, Großer Schwan and Edelfräulein in Rudolf Nureyev’s „Schwanensee“, Drei Dryaden in Nureyev’s „Don Quixote“, Solo-Schneeflocke and Pastorale in Nureyev’s „Der Nussknacker“, Clémence and Grand Pas classique hongrois in Nureyev’s „Raymonda“, Drei Odalisken and Walzer-Solistin in Manuel Legris’ „Le Corsaire“, Lises Freundin in Frederick Ashton’s „La Fille mal gardée“, Lilienmädchen in John Cranko’s, „Romeo und Julia“, Erzherzogin Gisela in Kenneth MacMillan’s „Mayerling“, Pas des Odalisques from Marius Petipa’s „Le Corsaire“, Grand Pas Classique from Victor Gsovsky, Grand Pas classique hongrois (solo-variation) in Rudolf Nureyev’s „Raymonda, Diamant in Nureyev’s „Dornröschen“ (excerpt), Solo-Schatten in Nureyev’s „La Bayadère“ and roles in John Neumeier’s „Verklungene Feste“, „Josephs Legende“, „Le Pavillon d’Armide“ and „Le Sacre“, Jerome Robbins’ „The Four Seasons“, George Balanchine’s „Symphonie in C“ and „Thema und Variationen“, Daniel Proietto’s „Blanc“ and András Lukács’ „Movements to Stravinsky“. She created a role in Eno Peci’s „Petruschka“ (Schülerin).