YaeGee Park

Soloist dancer


Born in Republic of Korea, 1990. She studied ballet in the Korean National Ballet Academy (1990-2000), as well as the Sunhwa Junior School of Arts and the Korean National University of Arts (2003-2005). She continue her studies in the Prepartory School K'Art (2001-2006) and she graduates in the Korean National University of Arts in 2011 (2007-2010).

During this period she danced in ballets such as Cinderella, Le Corsaire, La Bayadere, Don Quixote and Nutcracker with the Korea National Ballet Company (1999-2000) and Don Quixote, La Bayadere and Nutcracker with the Universal Ballet Company (2003). In 2011 she danced Nutcracker with Lee WonKuk Ballet Company, 2040 with Seo Ballet Company, Inspiration with Dance Company (and with JuHyun Jo), Work with Kim YongGeol Dance Theater and in the International Dance Day Festival in Poz Dance Theater.

She joined Compañía Nacional de Danza de España in September 2012, under the artistic direction of José Carlos Martínez. In 2014 she was promoted as a Soloist dancer. Since joining the company she has danced leading roles in In the Middle of Somewhat Elevated, The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude and Enemy in the Figure by William Forsythe, Carmen by Johan Inger, Who cares by George Balanchine, Hikarizatto by Itzik Galili, Don Quixote, Don Quixote Suite, Delibes Suite, Sonatas, Scarlatti pas de deux, La Favorita and Raymonda Divertimento by José Carlos Martínez, Le Corsaire pas de deux by Marius Petipa and El Festival de las Flores en Genzano and La Sylphide by August Bournonville. She also has danced Herman Scherman and Artifact Suite by Forsythe, Falling Angels by Jiri Kylián, Minus16 by Ohad Naharin, Allegro Brillante by Balanchine, Holberg Suite by Tony Fabre and Romeo and Juliet by Goyo Montero. Under the artistic direction of Joaquín De Luz she has danced Polyphonia byChristopher Wheeldon, Grosse Fuge byHans van manen, Concerto DSCH byAlexei Ratmansky, Morgen; byNacho Duato and Sad Case by Sol León and Paul Lightfoot.

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