Born in Russia in 1989, Evgenia Chetverikova studied at the Perm State Ballet School (2001–2007) and at the Perm State Institute of Culture (2011–2014). After graduating, she joined the Perm State P. I. Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre, where as a soloist between 2007 and 2018 she performed a number of classical repertoire roles, including Kitri in Don Quixote, Masha in The Nutcracker, Medora in Le Corsaire, the Ballerina in The Concert, Autumn in The Four Seasons, Irina in Winter Dreams, a Stepsister in Cinderella, Popovnain Balda and Pas de deux in Rubies. She also danced in neoclassical and modern choreographies, among them William Forsythe’s The Second Detail, Jiří Kylián Les Noces, Douglas Lee’s Souvenir and When the Snow Was Falling, Goyo Montero’s a Asunder, Cayetano Soto’s Uneven,Luca Veggetti’s Meditation on Violence, andAlexei Miroshnichenko’s Daphnis and Chloe, Hungarian Dances and The Joker.
Since the 2018/19 season, she has been a demi-soloist of the Czech National Ballet, where she has performed as the Russian Girl in George Balanchine’s Serenade, a Temple Girl and the solo Shadows in Javier Torres’s La Bayadère and Jiří Kylián’s Symphony of Psalms.
Evgenia has won first prize at the Arabesque Ballet Competition (2014, Perm) and received the Natalya Dudinska Prize for “loyalty to the Russian Ballet School traditions”.