Vesela Vassileva was born in Rousse, Bulgaria.
Between 1994-1999, at the National School of Arts “Professor Veselin Stoyanov”, Rousse: she studied classical ballet with the ballet master Chavdar Hristov.
Between 1999-2002 at the National School of Dance Art, Sofia she performed along with the ballet mistresses Fanny Cherneva and Kalina Bogoeva.
She participated in the school concerts in Rousse and Sofia and in the performances of the Ballet Rousse.
She attended the seminars of the Ballet Academy of Kalina Bogoeva and the International Ballet Academy in Varna.

2002-2004: She danced with the troupe of Jeannette Jacquet “Classical Ballet of Paris” on tour around Europe;
2003 – present – she is a ballerina at the Opera & Philharmonic Society Rousse;
2004-2007: She taught at the National School of Arts “Professor Vesselin Stoyanov”, Rouse;

Her repertoire includes:
“Swan Lake” – Odette/Odile;
“Sleeping Beauty” – Aurora;
“The Nutcracker” – Masha;
“Giselle” – Giselle;
“Apollo Musaget” – Polyhymnia;
Modern productions:
“The Street Flower” – with choreographer Mariana Krancheva;
“The Island of freedom” – with choreographer Yassen Stoyanov.

“The performer of Aurora, Vessela Vassileva, was like a refined statue of porcelain — tender, fragile, vulnerable, but at the same time technically well-prepared – high steps, light jumps and fast turns.”
Prof. Anelia Yaneva, Journal “Culture”

“The performer of the central party Vessela Vassileva dominated definitely among the artists. Miniature and tender, the young star of the Ballet Rousse built the complex dual character of Odette / Odile with credibility and impressive ease. The amazing high arabesques of Vessela Vassileva enhanced the sublime spirituality of her Odette.”
Maria Russanova, Journal “Culture”.