Eve Mutso


(Scottish Ballet)

Eve Mutso graduated from Tallinn Ballet School in 1999. She joined the Estonian National Opera ballet troupe, dancing Olympia in Bigonzetti’s “Coppélia”, Helen in Cannito’s “Cassandra” and solo roles in Shtshedrin’s “Anna Karenina”, Pugni’s “Esmeralda”, Prokofiev’s “Cinderella”, Tchaikovsky’s “The Sleeping Beauty” and Adam’s “Giselle”.

In 2003 she went on to join Scottish Ballet, where she became a principal dancer and danced a varied repertoire for 13 years. In 2012 she created the role of Blanche DuBois in Nancy Meckler and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “A Streetcar Named Desire” for Scottish Ballet and has performed it nationally and internationally for over 5 years. She has been delighted to return to Estonia before as a Guest Principal Artist with Estonian National Ballet as Manon in Sir Kenneth MacMillan’ “Manon”.

Since 2016 Mutso has been a freelance dancer and choreographer. She has choreographed and performed as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme (“elEven” in 2014, “Ink of Innocence” in 2015 and “Unknown” in 2016) from where “Unknown” was chosen to be part of San Francisco International Arts Festival Programme in 2017. She is extensively researching and enjoying her practice in aerial movement with Scottish Circus School “Aerial Edge” in Glasgow, has collaborated with different artists and choreographed and performed in short dance films (“Death as a New Beginning”, “A Dancer’s Journey” and “EVE”). Her most recent work, Solo “loop” was commissioned by The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh earlier this year. She was nominated for the Critics Circle National Dance Awards in 2005, 2013 and 2015.



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