Alba Victòria Nadal
Born in Sant Fruitós de Bages, Alba began to take her first dance steps when she was four years old at the Olga Roig school in Manresa. With only 12 years, she went to live in Madrid to study at the school of Víctor Ullate. She then went to London for the Royal Ballet School and then set off for Copenhagen, where she has been a member of the prestigious Royal Danish Ballet company in 2004. Here Alba has performed many solo roles in both classical and modern repertoire. She has danced at IBSTAGE 2017 and has been nominated as the best dancer of 2017 in Denmark. Alba’s celebrated classical roles include Caliope in Apollo, Dark Angel in Serenade and Russian pas de deux in Swan Lake within the Balanchine repertoire and others like Queen Gypsy in Don Quixote, Pas d’Action in La Bayadere and Spanish Solo in Raymonda. Among her performances in neoclassical and modern works are Verical Road (Akram Khan), Infra and Chroma (Wayne McGregor), Slim to Come Fly Away (T.Tharp), Anita to West Side Story (J.Robbins), Petit Mort, 27'52" and Falling Angels (J.Kylian), Minus7 (Ohad Naharin), Lost on Slow (Jorma ELo), Witness (Alvin Ailey) and København (Marcos Morau).