Nadia Ìuzyca

Nadia Muzyca was born in Quilmes, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at the age of nine began her ballet studies at Instituto Superior de Arte at Teatro Colón.

In 1995, she was invited by Julio Bocca to join his Ballet Argentino and became his partner in Vittorio Biaggi’s Pulsaciones at the company’s debut visit to New York. She also participated with Ballet Argentino in numerous tours throughout the world.

In 1999, she joined Ballet del Teatro Argentino, where he was a principal dancer with the company until 2004.

Muzyca has worked with such renowned choreographers and ballet masters as Zarko Prebil, Anna-Marie Homes, Desmond Kelly, Agneta and Victor Valcu, Vittorio Biaggi, Karl Burnett, Renato Zanella, Yanis Pikieris, Whilhem Burman and Lidia Segni. She was chosen by Vladimir Vasilyev to perform the principal female role in his ballet Paganini.

She has appeared as a guest artist at many international galas, including the Miami International Ballet Festival, the Spoleto Ballet Festival, the International Tel Aviv Dance festival, the International Ballet Festival in Havana and the Anniversary Gala in honor of Montevideo’s Ballet del Sodre.

She was awarded the “Sol de Oro 2007” prize for her career in dance and was nominated twice, in 2008 and 2009, for Clarín’s Revelación de la danza award.

In 2005, she joined Ballet del Teatro Colón, where was chosen to perform the title role at the premiere of Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon.

Besides Manon, Muzyca’s repertoire includes Giselle, Don Quixote, Balanchine’s Who Cares?, Lacotte’s La Sylphide, Plitseski and Wainrot’s Carmen, Ashton’s Marguerite and Armand and Symphonic Variations, Lidia Segni’s The Nutcracker, Peter Wright’s Swan Lake, Bigonzetti’s Sinfonía entrelazada, Massine’s Gaieté Parisienne, William Dollar’s Le Combat, Saint-Leon’s La vivandière, Ana Maria Stekelman’s Concertango, Oscar Araiz’ Petroushka, Natalya Makarova’s La Bayadère, and Renato Zanella’s Cinderella.

Nadia is opened the 2014 ballet season at Teatro Colón as Odette/Odile in Peter Wright’s Swan Lake




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