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Jakob Feyferlik

Born in Vienna (Austria). First education at the ballet department of the Conservatory Vienna and at the Ballet school of the Wiener Staatsoper, where he studied under Prof. Evelyn Téri, Prof. Karl Musil, Valentin Onoschko, Galina Skuratova, Alejandro Parente and Francisc Strnad. He joined the Wiener Staatsballett 2013, 2016 he was promoted Soloist.

His repertory comprises Colas in Frederick Ashtons „La Fille mal gardée“, Kay and Wolf in Michael Corders „Die Schneekönigin“, Ludwig XVI. in Patrick de Banas „Marie Antoinette“, Gefährte des Prinzen in Rudolf Nurejews „Schwanensee“, Pastorale in his „Der Nussknacker“, and various parts in Rudolf Nurejews "Don Quixote", Peter Wrights „Dornröschen“, John Crankos „Romeo und Julia“, Kenneth MacMillans "Mayerling", George Balanchines „Valse Fantaisie“ (Solist) and his „Allegro Brillante“, Jerome Robbins’ „The Four Seasons“ (Frühling), Roland Petits „Proust ou les Intermittences du Cœur“, Harald Landers "Études", Jiří Kyliáns "Bella Figura", John Neumeiers „Verklungene Feste“ and „Josephs Legende“, Boris Eifmans „Giselle Rouge“ (Freund), Thierry Malandains „Mozart à 2“ (4. Pas de deux), Maurice Béjarts „Arepo“ (Pas de deux), Jean-Christophe Maillots „Vers un pays sage“, Jorma Elos "Ein Sommernachtstraum", Jiří Bubeníčeks „Le Souffle de l’esprit“, Natalia Horecnas "Contra Clockwise Witnes", Manuel Legris’ "Donizetti Pas de deux" und dessen „Le Corsaire“.

Awards: 2nd prize at the Premio Roma Danza, 3rd prize at the 4. International Ballet Competition in Peking (both 2012), Karl Musil Gedächtnispreis (2014), Förderpreis des Ballettclub Wiener Staatsoper & Volksoper 2016.

Tours led him to different European countries.