Andrea Fabbri

(demi-soloist)

EDUCATION AND WORK
Andrea Fabbri graduated from The HARID Conservatory in Florida (2015). Within the season 2015/16 he was a member of the Los Angeles Ballet. The next season he joined the Estonian National Ballet where he was promoted a demi-soloist in 2018. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
In 2019, he was awarded MyFitness Dance Award

MOST MEMORABLE MOMENT IN BALLET
“Dancing Waltz Boy in Balanchine’s “Serenade”, when I was 17, in school. It left a deep impression and I would love to dance it again as a professional.”

REPERTOIRE
Romeo and Benvolio (Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”)
Jeff (Meckler/Ochoa/Salem’s “A Streetcar Named Desire”)
Prince Siegfried (Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake”)
Prince Désirée and Bluebird (Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty”)
Prince (Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker”)
Prince (Harangozó/Kocsák’s “Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs”)
Devil (Tubin’s “The Goblin”)
Iason (Schiavoni’s “Medea”)
Lensky (Cranko’s “Onegin”)
Menshikov (Edur/Aints’ “Catherine I”)
Waltz Boy (Balanchine’s “Serenade”)
Cavalier (Delibes’s “Coppélia”)
Friend of the artist (Edur/Aints’ “Modigliani – the Cursed Artist”)
Prince (Kask/Steiner/Mölder’s “Louis XIV – the Sun King”)

Soloist roles:
Helimets’ “Time”
Mutso’s “Echo”
Kesler’s “Una lacrima sul viso” 
Kesler’s “Werewolf”
Minkus’ “Coppélia”
Härm’s “Boléro”
Grib’s “Tango for 5”
Gzovsky’s “Grand Pas Classique”