Isabella Swietlicki

Isabella Swietlicki

Company Artist

Isabella Swietlicki

Introducing Isabella

Isabella was born in Leeds in the United Kingdom. She started her ballet training at the age of 7 in Scotland but decided to make the move to London at age 16 to train with the English National Ballet School. She danced with the New English Ballet Theatre, The English National Ballet and The Royal New Zealand Ballet, before joining Queensland Ballet as a Jette Parker Young Artist in 2018. In 2019, she was promoted to Company Artist. Her favourite Queensland Ballet performance to date is Jack Lister’s ‘Giselle’ Pas de Deux for the 2018 Synergy Program.  

 

Repertoire Highlights  

  • 'Canary Fairy' & 'Lady Florine' in Greg Horseman's The Sleeping Beauty
  • 'The Firebird' by Liam Scarlett
  • 'Dangerous Liaisons' by Liam Scarlett
  • ‘The Shadows behind us’ by Trey MacIntyre 
  • ‘Juliets friends’ in Kenneth Macmillan’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ 
  • ‘Clara’ in Ben Stevenson’s ‘Nutcracker’ 
  • Giselle by Ai-Gul Gaisina’s  
  • White tutu lady in Harald Lander’s ‘Études’
  • Greg Horseman’s La Bayadère  
  • Balanchine’s Serenade  
  • Alexander Ekman’s Episode 31  
  • Jack Lister’s B-sides  
  • Rani Luther’s Lunar 


Professional accolades  

  • Medallist at the Genée International Ballet Competition, Antwerp Belgium 2014  

  • Molly Lake Award 2012  

Did you know… 

Isabella is half Scottish and half Polish, and was raised in the Highlands of Scotland. 

   

“Let your passion for this art form shine through your dancing. To be a dancer that can captivate an audience with their artistry, is as equally as important as good technique.”  
 

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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