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HEIGHT| 168 CM|5 5.2 FT BUST| 83 CM|32.5 IN WAIST| 69 CM|27 IN HIPS| 92 CM|36 IN SHOE| EU 38|US 7.5 HAIR| BLACK EYES| BROWN
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Winnie Dias is a professional Brasilian ballet and contemporary dancer living in Hamburg, speaking English, German, and Portuguese language. The Belo Horizonte-born completed her dance education at CEFAR and Compasso Academia de Dança in Brazil. In 2008, after winning the International Dance Festival competition in Brasilia, she was offered a scholarship from Birgit Keil and Vladimir Klos to study in Germany at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts, followed by an engagement as apprentice dancer in the ballet ensemble of the Karlsruhe State Theatre of Baden, where she danced works by Ashton, Balanchine, Cranko, Hans van Manen, and Christopher Wheeldon. In 2011 she became a member of the newly founded German National Youth Ballet directed by Kevin Haigen and John Neumeier. After two years she subsequently joined The Hamburg Ballet. During her engagement here she performed various solos and important roles from Neumeier's repertoire such as Cinderella’s Stepsister, Emilia in Romeo and Juliet, Friends of Giselle, Pas de huit in Nutcracker, Préludes CV, Petrushka Variations, and others, constantly working closely with Kevin Haigen and John Neumeier. She danced furthermore in various productions choreographed by Robert Binet, Natalia Horecna, Yuka Oishi, Lloyd Riggins, and Christopher Wheeldon. Since August 2017 Winnie is working as a freelance dancer and choreographer, performing as a guest artist at the English National Ballet in London, the Opéra national du Rhin in Strasbourg, and the Zurich Opera House as well as dancing in her own works at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg and other places across Europe. In August 2019, she attended together with Alina Cojocaru and Sergei Polunin in the world premiere of Romeo and Juliet by Johan Kobborg in the Verona Arena, followed by appearances with the Poluninink Company in Moscow. Winnie is also an assistant choreographer at the Thalia Theatre in Hamburg.
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