Emilia Stachurska is a soloist of the Polish National Ballet. She graduated from the Roman Turczynowicz Ballet School in Warsaw. In 2003 she won the Third Senior Prize at the 13th Polish Dance Competition in Gdańsk. In 2005 the First Senior Prize at the competition and was named The Best Graduate of Polish Ballet Schools. Straight after school she was engaged as a dancer with the Ballet of the Teatr Wielki Polish National Opera in Warsaw (now: Polish National Ballet). In 2010 she was promoted to coryphée and in 2014 to soloist.
She has danced many roles in both classical and contemporary ballets: Fairy of Gold and Little Red Riding Hood in The Sleeping Beauty; Second Air in In Light and Shadow by Krzysztof Pastor; Contemporary Seraphim in Six Wings of Angels by Jacek Przybyłowicz; Duet 1 in Century Rolls by Ashley Page; Hermia in A Midsummer Nights Dream; Fairy Autumn in Cinderella; 1st Juliets Friend in Romeo and Juliet; Duet 4 in Adagio & Scherzo by Krzysztof Pastor; Piccili and one of Four Dryads in Don Quixote. She has also performed solo parts in created by PNB’s dancers as part of the choreographic workshops Creations: Donna and In Search of Colours by Jacek Tyski; Ganz Anders and Black Hole by Lachlan Phillips; and Murmuration by Viktor Banka.