Dominik Slavkovský is Slovak. Trained at the Bratislava Dance Conservatory, he danced in the ballet of the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava for five years, most recently as a semi-soloist. He has been a member of the Zurich Ballet since the 2014/15 season. In choreographies by Christian Spuck he was in the leading role of Woyzeck, as Drosselmeier in Nutcracker and Mouse King, Coppelius in Der Sandmann and Paris in Romeo and Juliet. He also danced in choreographies by George Balanchine, Uwe Scholz, Alexei Ratmansky, Jiří Kylián, William Forsythe, Hans van Manen, Nacho Duato, Marco Goecke, Edward Clug, James Kudelka, Vladimir Malakhov and many others. In the series “Young Choreographers” he showed his choreographies How to save the world and Conspiracy.