Anna Laudere was born in 1983 in Sigulda (Latvia). She was educated at the Riga Ballet School and the School of the Hamburg Ballett , before joining the ensemble of the Hamburg Ballett in 2001. In 2008 she was promoted to First Soloist and to Principal Dancer in 2011.
John Neumeier created the roles Kalliope in Orpheus and the title role in the ballet Anna Karenina, premiered in Hamburg in 2017. Her extensive repertoire with the Hamburg Ballett includes amongst others Ophelia in Hamlet, Giselle and Myrtha in Giselle, Solvei and Aase in Peer Gynt, Tatjana in Onegin, Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Louise and La Fille du Pharao in The Nutcracker, Marguerite Gautier and Manon Lescaut in Lady of the Camellias.
Anna Laudere was awarded with the Dr.-Wilhelm-Oberdörffer-Prize in 2008. In 2018 she won the Positano Award for Dance with her husband Edvin Revazov.
She made her debut with Bayerisches Staatsballett in January 2019 as Marguerite Gautier in Lady of the Camellias.
(Information as of January 2019)