Lilly Zetterberg is educated at the Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm, Palucca Schule in Dresden and at the Boston Ballet School. She danced in a Ballet company in Nashville and is now working as a freelance dancer performing the work of Isadora Duncan. Lilly has worked closely with Kathleen Quinlan who inherited the Duncan work from two of Isadora's orginal students, Maria Theresa Duncan and Anna Duncan. These women were playfully called the Isadorables.
At the time of Anna's death, Kathleen was given her memorbilya which was later exhibited at the Dance Museum in Stockholm and now placed at the dance archive in Cologne/Tanz Archiv Köln. Lilly had the opportunity to study Anna Duncan's Collection and was given some of Anna's costumes to perform in. Thus we can see the Art of Isadora's dance alive in the performances of Lilly Zetterberg.
In Stockholm Lilly has performed at the Concert Hall, Forum, Modern Art Museum, Culture House in Järna, Weld among others, as well as performing all around Sweden and Europe. Together with two of Sweden's most successful concert pianists Roland Pöntinen and Henrik Måwe.
Lilly Zetterberg, fotograf Tina Axelsson