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Born and raised in Bulgaria, Krasina discovered her passion for Ballet at an early age. She fulfilled her professional studies at the John Cranko Balletschool in Stuttgart followed by her first engagement at the Semperoper Ballet in Dresden in 2003. Already one year later Krasina joined the State Ballet Berlin and got promoted to Soloist in 2011.

Her time at the State Ballet Berlin enabled Krasina to work with a variety of some of the most famous and acclaimed choreographers of our time. Her versatile repertoire shows several soloist and principal roles, such as: George Balanchine: »Serenade« and »Jewels« (»Emeralds« Pas de deux); Jerome Robbins: »Fancy Free« and »The Concert«; Frederick Ashton: »Sylvia«; Maurice Béjart: »Ring um den Ring« (Walküren); Jirí Kylián: »Sinfonie in D« and »Petite Mort«; Uwe Scholz: »Ein Lindentraum«; John Cranko: »Onegin« (Olga); Nacho Duato »White Darkness«; William Forsythe: »Herman Schmerman« and many more.

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