Victoria Faith Dolph
Pre-Professional Division Staff
Victoria Dolph began dancing at the age of two. She started her classical ballet training at five with Anna Ward and at age seven began her training with Mme. Krassovska. Ms. Dolph enjoyed performing many ballets while with Krassovska’s Ballet Jeunesse including Paquita, Les
Sylphides, Chopiniana, La Bayadere, The Nutcracker, Giselle, Raymonda and Pas de Quatre. While under Madame Krassovska's training she received the Nadine Nicolaeva-Legat scholarship to the Russian Ballet Society in Scotland. She was also awarded full scholarship to attend the Ballet Magnificat summer intensive and was the 2001 Dance Council of North Texas’ Nathalie Skelton Scholarship recipient for the Glenda Brown Choreographer’s Conference in Austin. Ms. Dolph attended the Rockette Summer intensive in NYC and danced at Radio City Music Hall and Madison Square Garden. She has danced professionally with Krassovska’s Ballet Jeunesse, Irving Ballet Company, and Fort Worth/Dallas Ballet, Contemporary Ballet Dallas. Ms. Dolph also performed as a guest artist with The Ballet Foundation XXI and partnered with Silver Medalist Norbert Nirewicz. Ms. Dolph has coached students for YAGP for 10 years and each year her students have been chosen in the top12-24. Currently, she serves as an adjudicator with the Ballet Foundation XXI and is the director of Ballet Royale at Royalty
Dance Academy. Victoria holds full certification for Progressing Ballet Technique.
Since retiring from performing, Ms. Dolph has become a mother to one adorable daughter and
both are active members in the dance community. Victoria is thrilled to be apart of NTC!