Australian-born Georgia Neaverson started her ballet adventure in Sydney. First, she attended the Tanya Pearson Classical Coaching Academy, then studied at the Studio Tibor and gave her very first performances with a youth company, the Byron Ballet. Finally, she moved to Europe to complete her dance education at the National Ballet Academy, Amsterdam. After her first school-time stage experience and two-time participation in the Youth America Grand Prix, she now makes her career debut as a dancer of the Polish National Ballet.
Antonio Lanzo started his ballet training in Italy. He was then admitted to the Wiener Staatsoper Ballet Academy and as a student participated in the Wiener Staatsballet’s performances. After graduating from school in 2016, he joined the ballet company of the Wrocław Opera. At the end of his first season in Poland, Antonio decided to audition for the Polish National Ballet and joined the Warsaw-based company at the beginning of December.
Both artists are participating in revival rehearsals for The Nutcracter and the Mouse King and chances are high they will perform in the production’s December performances. We are extremely happy to welcome them among us and hope their work with the Polish National Ballet brings them great satisfaction. (pch)
Pictured: Georgia Neaverson and Antonio Lanzo, new dancers of the Polish National Ballet. Photos: the artists’ private archives