Nina Noč was born in Maribor on 30th June 1994, where she graduated with honours from the Conservatory of Music and Ballet, in 2013. When still a student, she was awarded the Dr Roman Klasinc Diploma for 2012 for her dedication to ballet, effort and success at the competitions in Slovenia and abroad.
In June 2013, she successfully auditioned for the post of Ballet Dancer at the SNG Opera in balet Ljubljana, where she became a member of its corps de ballet, in August 2013. In the summer of 2014, she participated in various seminars and the Mia Čorak Slavenska Competition, where she won a Silver Medal. In 2021, she was promoted to First Soloist.
She danced leading roles in Sleeping Beauty (Aurora), Coppélia (Swanhilda), The Nutcracker (Clara), Swan Lake (Odette/Odile), The Pastoral Symphony, Giselle (Giselle), The Great Gatsby (Marlene Wood) and Le Corsaire (Medora).
In the mentioned ballets, she often appeared in other roles as well, i.e. as Blue Bird in Sleeping Beauty, Kitri's Friend in Don Quixote, one of the Friends in Coppélia, Princess, Pas de Six and one of the Big Swans in Swan Lake, Chinese Dance in The Nutcracker and Calopa in The Orphic Hymn.
In 2015, she was awarded by the Association of Ballet Artists of Slovenia for her professional inauguration into the world of ballet art and as an encouragement for her further artistic journey. In 2018, she also received the Lydia Wisiak Award, bestowed by the same association.
In recent years, she has also actively collaborated with the Association of Ballet Artists of Slovenia, appearing in leading and solo parts in such ballet productions as Carmen, The Lady of the Camellias and Romeo and Juliet. She also participated in various ballet concerts (Bolzano, June in Ljubljana Festival…).
Last updated in July 2021