Volha Kastsel
Luxembourg Ballet founder and artistic director

Her works have been performed in opera and ballet theatres across Europe including the English National Opera, the Estonia National Opera and the Dresden State Operetta. For 10 years, she has been a leading resident choreographer at the National Bolshoi Theatre for Opera and Ballet in Minsk and coordinator of the inhouse experimental stage. Curator of the Berlin Dance Biennale under the direction of William Forsythe; lecturer at the University of the Arts in Bern; choreographer with the UNESCO United Dance Company.

She received her professional training at the University of Dramatic Arts Ernst Busch in Berlin and Palucca University of Dance Dresden, having worked with internationally prominent choreographers and directors like Dietmar Seyffert, Michael Diekamp, ​​Xavier Le Roy, and Ismail Ivo among others. Her repertoire includes works from the world cultural heritage, among others, Carmen (G. Bizet), La Boheme (G. Puccini), Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss), Anna Karenina (P. Tchaikovsky), Coppelia (L. Delibes).