Giorgia Vailati was born in Seriate (Italy) on 14th October 1995. While attending the ballet school A Passo di danza (directed by Marina Perini) in her hometown, she participated in various national competitions and international summer courses, among others in The Royal Ballet School, La Scala Ballet School and the Royal Academy of Dance. In 2012 she successfully passed the audition for the remaining three years of study at the John Cranko School in Stuttgart (Germany), where she graduated in 2014 in the class of Mrs. Vera Potashkina and under the directorship of Mr. Matacz Tadeus. In the school performances, she got a chance to dance a solo part in Alastair Marriott’s Simple Symphony and she was also casted among the other students for a couple in Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante, which she danced together with the soloists of the Stuttgart Ballet. Right after her graduation, she joined the main company, the Stuttgarter Ballet, where she danced as an apprentice in the 2014-2015 season. Her repertoire of that year included Onegin, The Taming of the Shrew (both Cranko), Giselle, Krabat (Volpi) and A Streetcar named Desire (Neumeier). In September 2015 she became a demi-soloist in the Slovenian National Ballet Ljubljana under the directorship of Sanja Nešković Peršin. She danced in the productions of Cacti and Swan Lake (Little Swan and Princess) and already in February 2016, which was still her first season in the theatre, she was offered an opportunity to dance her first principal role as Aurora in the Sleeping Beauty with Petar Đorčevski. After that she danced in the following productions: Dr. Zhivago, Romeo and Juliet (Julija), Nutcracker (Clara), The Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, Orphic Hymn, and again in Swan Lake (White Swan). In February 2017 she was promoted to soloist.
Last updated in January 2017