Alina Cojocaru was born on May 27 1981 is the female main dancer in Royal Ballet at London. Alina was born as well as grows in Bucharest, Romania. Alina has one sister. From the little age she learned gymnastics. Then she begins classes of ballet, despite never seeing a live ballet.
The ballet school gave a performance in public each 6 months also it is the one of show in which Cojocaru make her first appearance, role of the dancing in Don Quixote of Amor.
In January 1997, aged 16, she competed in an important international ballet contest, the Prix de Lausanne. She wins the gold medal, winning a six month scholarship to train at the Royal Ballet School working in London. She shifted to London that exacts that year to begin her training.
After completing her 6 months training using the Royal Ballet School, Cojocaru was offered a contract to become listed on The Royal Ballet as a member of the corps de ballet. She seemed to be provided an agreement for joining the Kiev Ballet as Principal. In November 1998, she joined Kiev Ballet, thinking she'd gain better experience as a Principal dancer. She lived for one time, dancing many different roles.
Cojocaru re applied to the Royal Ballet in London, While dancing with Kiev Ballet, but was just call to audition for that group de ballet. Alina attended an audition for that company as on depart since Kiev Ballet also was provided a contract. Doubtful of development opportunities elsewhere, she accepted the contract and joined the organization in November 1999. She was then promoting to Principal in the Royal Ballet in London in 2001.
Cojocaru's early appearances with the business included performing within the releasing gala for that renovated Royal Opera House, and appearances using the group de ballet within the Kingdom from the Shades since La Bayadère, like a snowflake within the Nutcracker and as a doll in Coppélia.