joined Dutch National Ballet 2008
birth place Madrid (Spain)
career with Dutch National Ballet second soloist (2010), grand sujet (2008)
previously danced with
Escuela de Carmen Robles & Anatole Yanowsky (Las Palmas, Spain),
Conservatorio de Musica y Danza de la Comunidad (Madrid, Spain)
awards 2002 International Competition, 2nd prize and Prix d'Engagement (Luxembourg, Luxemburg)
Like Maia Makhateli and Sasha Mukhamedov, Nadia Yanowsky (Madrid, Spain) comes from a real dance family. Her parents, Anatol Yanowsky and Carmen Robles, were both dancers, her sister Zenaida is a principal with The Royal Ballet, in England, and her brother Yury is a principal with Boston Ballet. Nadia, the youngest of the family, joined the Dutch National Ballet as a grand sujet in 2008. Last season, she was promoted to the rank of soloist. In 2002, Nadia won both the second prize and the Prix d’Engagement at the International Ballet Competition in Luxemburg in 2002.
In 2002, she won both the second prize and the Prix d’Engagement at the International Ballet Competition in Luxemburg.