Daria Stanciulescu trained at schools in Bucharest, Monte Carlo and Munich. She danced in the corps de ballet with the Bavarian National Ballet, Munich (2006-12), and as a demi-Soloist with Ballet Zurich (2012-14). She joined Birmingham Royal Ballet in 2014.
Frederick Ashton: Enigma Variations (Lady Mary Lygon)
John Cranko: The Taming of the Shrew (Pas de Six)
Kenneth MacMillan: Romeo and Juliet (Lady Capulet)
Hans van Manen: 5 Tangos
Peter Wright: The Nutcracker (Arabian Dance) and Peter Wright and Galina Samsova'sSwan Lake (Spanish Dance, Prince's Companion)
Her repertory in Munich included Peter Wright's Giselle, John Cranko's Onegin and Marius Petipa's Le Corsaire and Swan Lake.
In Zurich, her repertory included works by Christian Spuck, William Forsythe and Heinz Spoerli.
Mathias's Desert Island Discs
In the run up to the world premiere of The Tempest, we spoke to choreographer David Bintley and the dancers creating the lead roles in his magical new ballet. Here Mathias Dingman (Ariel) shares the Desert Island Discs he'd want were he to be stranded on Prospero's magical isle.
Meet Marlo, our Dance Track graduate
Dance Track works with 30 primary schools and more than 2,500 children in Birmingham, identifying those with the potential to be the ballet dancers of the future. Read about one of our participants who has recently accepted a place at Elmhurst School for Dance.