On this new post we are going to introduce you to four more charming dancers from the seraglio inside the ballet Le Corsaire. They will be dancing four challenging variations, one each, with pointe shoes and white tutus.
Aurora De Mori (in blue)
She is from Italy. She started her ballet training at Centro Idea Danza and continued at Centro Danza Vicenza. Before she went to Stuttgart she studied a couple of years at Accademia Teatro alla Scala in Milan. In 2012 she joined the John Cranko School until her graduation in 2015. The next year she became a member of the Stuttgart Ballet.
Martina Marin (in green)
She was born in Venice, Italy. In 2009 she started taking ballet classes at the School of Venezia Balletto in Mestre. In 2012 she continued her education at La Scala's Ballet Academy in Milan, where she graduated in 2018. For the season 18/19 She joined the Stuttgart Ballet.
Julliane Franzoi (in burgundy)
She is from São Paulo, Brazil. She began her ballet education in Grupo Raca Centro de Artes and in 2012 she started to attend the Especial Academia de Ballet São Paulo. Two years later she moved to Stuttgart and continued her ballet education in the JCS until her graduation in 2016. Since then she is a member of the Stuttgart Ballet.
María Andrés Betoret (in black)
She was born in Valencia, Spain. She started her ballet training at the Conservatory in RibaRoja del Turia until when she moved to London in 2007 to continue her education in the English National Ballet School. She graduated there in 2011 and the next year she joined the National Ballet of Portugal. She also worked with the Compañia Nacional de Danza in Spain and Het Nationale Ballet in the Netherlands. In 2015 she joined the Stuttgart Ballet.
The dancers keep on rehearsing vigorously to deliver a very memorable event. Soon they will have costume fittings so we will try to bring you a sneak peak of the stunning tutus that they will be performing in. All of them provided by the Stuttgart Ballet who we thank very much.
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Photos © Daniele Silingardi