Eno Peci (Vienna State Opera/Aegeus) was born in Tirana, Albania. He received his training at the Ballet Academy in Tirana and at the Vienna State Opera Ballet School. He became a member of the Vienna State Opera Ballet in 2000, advanced to a demi-soloist in 2003, and was named in 2009 a solo dancer at the Vienna State Opera and Volksoper (Vienna People’s Opera). Among his most important roles are the title roles in John Cranko’s Onegin, Renato Zanella’s Spartacus, Ivan Cavallari’s Tchaikovsky Impressions, Puss in Boots and Pas de quatre in Peter Wright’s Swan Lake, Tybalt in John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet, Lenski in Cranko’s Onegin, and Lescaut in Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon. He was awarded the title of “Honorary Ambassador” of the Republic of Albania (2008). For the International Festival of the Aegean, Renato Zanella created for him and Olga Esina the “Balcony Pas de deux” from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet.