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Born: Tel Aviv, Israel

Trained: Thelma Yalin High School of Arts

Joined Scottish Ballet: September 2019

Do you remember a moment when you decided or realised that you wanted to be a professional dancer?

A moment that now looking back I realised I wanted to be a professional dancer was when I was around 16 years old. I was already studying, and I realised how much I love to dance and that it was a huge part of who I am. I knew if I wanted to continue and furthering my future in professional dance, then I needed to work harder and invest more into it.

What’s your pre-show ritual?

Put on headphones and listen to music to help me focus and become relaxed before I perform.
What attracted you to Scottish Ballet?

Scottish Ballet is known for being a good working environment and atmosphere, with good people and is such a happy place. The moment the opportunity presented itself, I didn’t think twice!

Are there any dancers or artists that inspire you?

There are so many talented dancers and artists in the world; it changes every month. Right now, its Maria Kochetkova.  

What are a few words that would describe your personality in the studio?

Fun, relaxed and motivated!