Adeline PastorPrincipal Dancer / Aalto Ballett Theater / Germany
She was born in Nice in France. From 1990-1996, she won several 1st prices, Special price and GRAND PRIX in different ballet competitions in France and Switzerland. In 1996, she was noticed by the Cuban choreographer Pedro Consuegra who send her at the National Ballet School of Alicia Alonso. One year later she received the “Technical and Artistic Revelation Price in the International Ballet Competition in Cuba.
In 1998, she won the silver medal in the international ballet competition in Varna, 1st Price and Grand Prix in the International Ballet Competition in Havana and she graduated with Diploma and Special Distinction in the National Ballet School of Alicia Alonso.
In 1999, she was working in Paris with Janine Charrat and also with several other companies, including the Ballet de Victor Ullate in Spain. In 2000-2008, Adeline was Soloist in the Wiesbaden Ballet Company under the direction of Ben Van Cauwenbergh. She danced many roles like, Kitri “Don Quixote”, Edith Piaf “La vie en rose” (a role where she has performed as a dancer, singer and actress), Since 2008/09, Adeline has been engaged as a Principal Dancer with the Aalto Ballet Theatre Essen, where her roles have included Swanilda “Coppélia”, Effie “La Sylphide”, Carmen “Carmen” main role of “Irish Soul”, and many others.
In August, 2010, during the Ballet Festival of Loano, Adeline received the "Grand Prix" Guiliana Penzi al Talento 2010. Among the guest appearances of the internationally acclaimed dancer included performances in Italy, Russia, Spain, Ukraine, South America, and the USA.