We welcome five new dancers to the Czech National Ballet
Five new artists will join the ranks of the corps of the Czech National Ballet. Each comes from a different part of the world.
The Czech National Ballet has great new talents who became members of the company. Five new artists are originally from all over the world.
Anna Inchausti from Panama received her training at the European School of Ballet in Amsterdam and before that in the United States at the Master Ballet Academy, the official school of the Arizona company Phoenix Ballet. Her credo is that gratitude is important in life's journey. Nana Nakagawa is of Japanese-American descent and has been dancing since she was four years old. She studied at the New National Theatre Ballet School in Tokyo and dance has taught her to never give up. In addition to ballet, she has experience in contemporary dance and Japanese traditional dance. Another Japanese artist, Natsuki Nishiyama, graduated from the Ballett Akademie Hoschule für Musik und Theater in Munich and was a member of the Junior Ballet Antwerp, a Belgian company for young dancers, in whose repertoire she performed since 2021. Noemi Boisnon, a member of the Finnish National Ballet Youth Company, is of Swedish-French descent. She studied at the Tanz Akademie Zürich and also at the John Cranko Schule in Stuttgart, Germany. She is fluent in four languages and, in addition to classical ballet, she also performs neoclassical, modern and flamenco. Martelle Cho is Australian but until recently lived in Oslo. She trained at The Australian Conservatoire of Ballet and at Stuttgart's John Cranko Schule. She then became a member of the Norwegian National Ballet Youth Company and performed a number of roles with this company designed for young talented dancers.
We wish you a happy stay in Prague, enriching coexistence and artistic collaboration with all members of the Czech National Ballet. Welcome!