Ronda Nychka is a multi-disciplinary artist who was born in Lamont, Alberta, and trained at Canada’s National Ballet School.
A ballerina, whose repertory includes all the major classical ballets, she has graced the stages of the world’s most prestigious theatres in Japan, Israel, Egypt, across Canada, the United States, and extensively throughout Europe. She has performed as a Soloist and Principal Dancer with Deutsche Opera Berlin, Bejart Ballet Lausanne, Alberta Ballet, Brian Webb Dance Company, Veronica Tennant Productions, and her alma mater, The National Ballet of Canada.
Some recent highlights include: her appearance as a Feature Artist at the Arts and Letters Club, Veronica Tennant’s “Invitation to Dance,” “Songs for Survival” with the Oriana Singers, and a flamenco solo, created for her by Esmeralda Enrique, in “Carmen la Gitana.”
Selected in 2005 as one of “20 Up-and-Coming Women in Toronto” by The Catherine the Great Society of the Art Gallery of Ontario, she is also an Artist-in-Residences at the Church of St. Augustine of Canterbury and a Master of Divinity student at Trinity College of the Toronto School of Theology.