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Anna Novotná

Anna Novotná

Corps de ballet member of The Czech National Ballet


Member of the Ballet of the National Theater since 2016. She was born in Chrudim, graduated from the Dance Conservatory of the Capital City of Prague. While studying at the conservatory, she took part in an exchange at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag (2013) and at the Ogólnoksztalcaca Dance Conservatory of the Roman Turczynowicz Baletowa in Warsaw (2014). She participated in several summer workshops: International ballet summer school Dresden (2014), International contemporary dance workshop Prague (2016), International ballet masterclasses in Prague (2015, 2016). In 2015 Anna won second place at the International Ballet Competition in Pilsen and first place at the International Competition Show of Young Dancers in the classical dance "Dance Crown." And in 2016 the winner of the Golden pointe shoes international competition in Szczecin, Poland. She also holds the award for the best graduate of the Dance Conservatory in 2016.

At the National Theater, this promising young dancer attracted attention as the Russian Princess in Swan Lake by John Cranko or as a friend in the Sleeping Beauty by Marcia Haydée. She also dance in productions The Little Mermaid (Jan Kodet), Solo for the Two of Us (Petr Zuska), Cacti (Alexandr Ekman), Six Dances (Jiří Kylián), Serenade (George Balanchine), Rite of Spring (Glen Tetley), Onegin (John Cranko), Leonce & Lena (Christian Spuck), Kafka: The Trial (Mauro Bigonzetti) and others.

In addition to her dance engagement, this art lover is also dubbing.