Kaloyan Boyadjiev joined the Norwegian National Ballet in 2002, and was appointed Principal Dancer the following year. He has danced both Romeo and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet, the Prince in Scarlett's The Firebird and Don José in Carmen – a ballet in three acts, the Prince in The Nutcracker, Ariel in The Tempest and the title role in The Rite of Spring – the latter two both by Tetley. His credits also include roles such as the Jester in Cinderella, Cassio in Lubovitch's Othello, Lucentio in Cranko's The Taming of the Shrew, Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire and Lysander and Puck in Sund's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
He has danced leading roles in Balanchine's Agon, The Four Temperaments and Symphony in Three Movements, Wheeldon's Polyphonia, Duato's Por vos muero and White Darkness, Forsythe's Steptext, Workwithinwork, The Second Detail and One flat thing, reproduced, as well as in various Kylián ballets. In addition, he starred in Scarlett's Vespertine as well as in Lightfoot and León's Softly As I Leave You, Shangri-La, Start to Finish, Skew Whiff and Same Difference.
Boyadjiev has also made his mark in the world of choreography. He did the choreography for Uncle Vanya at the National Theatre of Norway under the direction of Liv Ullman, while for the Norwegian National Ballet he has created the ballets Lost in Time, Frozen Silence, Fade in Black, Open for Discussion and Roundabout as well as Picture Perfect for The Norwegian National Ballet 2. He was also responsible for the concept and choreography of The National Ballet's new Nutcracker.
Originally from Bulgaria, Boyadjiev studied at the National School of Dance Art in his home city of Sofia. He was principal dancer with the Pact Ballet in Pretoria, South Africa, and the Sofia National Ballet before arriving in Oslo. Beside his career as soloist and choreographer, Boyadjiev is also the leader of The Norwegian National Ballet 2.
- Michael in Kylián: Last Touch First
- Future Memories – an evening with Jiří Kylián
- Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet
- Don Jose in Carmen - a ballet in three acts
- Hoffnar in Cinderella
- Hoffnarr in Cinderella
- Dream Play in Dream Play
- Dream Play in Dream Play
- Skew Whiff in Dream Play
- Without Words in Dream Play
- One flat thing, reproduced in Back to the Future
- Steptext in Back to the Future
- Prinsen in The Nutcracker
- No More Play in AN EVENING WITH JIŘÍ KYLIÁN: BLACK & WHITE
- Sweet Dreams in AN EVENING WITH JIŘÍ KYLIÁN: BLACK & WHITE
- Same Difference in AN EVENING WITH LEÓN & LIGHTFOOT
- Don José in Carmen – a ballet by Liam Scarlett
- Anthony, A Pedantic Paranoid Clean Person in Rooms by Alexander Ekman
- Agon Pas de deux in An evening with Balanchine