From: Gyöngyös, Hungary
Joined Rambert: 2014
Previous companies: Soloist with Ballet Pécs
Training: Secondary School of Arts, Pécs
Rambert highlight: Dancing the ‘Contemporaries’ triple bill and ‘Tomorrow’. Choreographing ‘Competitive Plasticity’ for the Rambert choreography platform, which was selected for the International Choreography Competition, Hanover.
Career highlights: Before joining Rambert, Edit danced as a soloist for five years at the Ballet Pécs in works by Cameron McMillan, Leo Mujic, Balazs Vincze and Lorand Zachar. In 2014, she won the Hungarian Dancers Association’s Best Female Dancer award. Edit was awarded a full scholarship for De Dutch Don’t Dance Division and Nederlands Dans Theater summer intensives and has been supported by the National Talent Support Council and the University of Pécs.
Other info: The first piece Edit created for Rambert’s New Choreography platform in 2015 was selected to participate in the International Choreography Competition in Hanover, Germany in 2016. She has a bachelors degree in Andragogy and a master’s degree in Human Resources Counselling from the University of Pécs as well as a CIPD Foundation Diploma in Learning and Development Practices.