Olga Esina
Prima ballerina of the Vienna State Ballet


  • 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)