Greve, Marie-Pierre

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Marie-Pierre Greve Biography

Notable: Born 1970; Royal Danish Ballet

Marie-Pierre Greve (Flechais) was born in France in 1970. She trained at the Conservatoire in Avignon. She was engaged by the Deutsche Oper Ballet until she in 1994 came to the Royal Danish Ballet, where she became a principal dancer. She is married to RDB principal Kenneth Greve.

She created the title role in Neumeier’s The Little Mermaid (2005) and has danced a large number of title roles, including Ratmansky’s Anna Karenina, La Sylphide, Giselle and Rosita in Far from Denmark, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Ofelia in Hamlet, Psyche in Cupid and Psyche, Odette/Odile in Swan Lake, the Princess in The Nutcracker, Terpsichore in Apollon Musagetes and Ella in Legs of Fire, title role in In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated, and further a large number of soloist roles in e.g. Fearful Symmetries, Return to a Strange Land, Domenium and Nomade.