Olga Esina
Prima ballerina of the Vienna State Ballet

Repertoire

  • Odette-Odile  

    («Swan Lake», choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov / Konstantin Sergeyev)

  • Lilac Fairy  

    («Sleeping Beauty», choreography by Marius Petipa, revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev)

  • Queen of the Dryads  

    («Don Quixote», choreography by Alexander Gorsky)

  • Calliope  

    («Apollo» by George Balanchine)

  • Ballet Imperial  

    («Waltz», «The Four Temperaments», «Piano Concerto number 2» by George Balanchine)

  • Juliet  

    («Romeo and Juliet» by George Balanchine, choreography by Leonid Yakobson)

  • Medora  

    («Le Corsaire», choreography by Pyotr Gusev based on the composition of Marius Petipa)

  • Odette-Odile  

    («Swan Lake» in the wording of Rudolf Nureyev)

  • Princess Aurora  

    («Sleeping Beauty» in the wording of P. Wright)

  • Swanilda  

    («Coppelia» by L. Delibes, choreography D. Harangozo)

  • Princess Mary  

    («The Nutcracker» by Tchaikovsky, choreography by D. Harangozo)

  • Mirta  

    («Giselle» by Adolphe Adam in E. Chernyshevoj edition)

  • Queen of the Dryads  

    («Don Quixote» in the wording of Rudolf Nureyev)

  • Gamzatti  

    («La Bayadere» by Minkus as amended V. Malakhov)

  • Bella  

    («Die Fledermaus» by Johann Strauss music, choreography by Roland Petit)

  • Ada  

    («Contest» to the music of the South, Le Bar and others, choreography by Bejart)

  • Juliet  

    («Romeo and Juliet» by Prokofiev and choreography by John Cranko)

  • Manon  

    («Manon» by Massenet music, choreography K. MacMillan)

  • Anna Karenina  

    («Anna Karenina» to music by Tchaikovsky and choreography by Boris Eifman)

  • Diva  

    («Concert en plein air» to the music of Johann Strauss, choreography D Harangozo)

  • Paquita  

    (Grand Pas from «Paquita» ballet by Ludwig Minkus, choreography by Marius Petipa)

  • Raymonda  

    («Raymonda» A. Glazunov / Rudolf Nureyev as amended)

Biography

Born in St. Petersburg. In 2004 graduated from the Academy of Russian Ballet. A.Y. Vaganova (teacher Lyudmila Kovaleva).

She graduated from the Academy of Russian Ballet. A.Y. Vaganova in 2004.

In the same year she was invited to join the Mariinsky Theatre, where she has performed as such parties: Odette-Odile («Swan Lake», choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov Konstantin Sergeyev), Calliope («Apollo», choreography by George Balanchine), Queen of the Dryads («Don Quixote», choreography by Alexander Gorsky), Lilac Fairy («The Sleeping beauty», choreography by Marius Petipa, revised version by Konstantin Sergeyev).

Since 2006 — the leading ballerina of the Vienna State Opera.