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Nederlands Dans Theater Roadshow 2019
This year's roadshow took place on the occasion of Up & Coming Choreographers presentation.
Nederlands Dans Theater stimulates the development of young creators for which they partner with the Korzo Theater.
For this edition, talented makers Juliano Nunes, Ihsan Rustem and Dimo Milev got a chance to create new works with the dancers of NDT 2.
In a short time span of few weeks, the choreographers were challenged to work on a ballet entirely according to their own interpretation: from choreography, to scenery, costumes and light. The roadshow event around these emerging talents was a great occasion to thank our private donors for there involvement with NDT.
A TALE OF IMPERMANENCE stage_© Linda Zhengová online 2
MIRRORS OF LIFE stage_©Linda Zhengová online 1
ARPEGGIOS FLOWERS AND SOME MANOEUVRES stage_© Linda Zhengová online 1
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Mirrors of Life - Juliano Nunes
Juliano Nunes (Rio de Janeiro, 1990) studied at the Academy of Dance at the University of Performing Arts in Mannheim. He joined companies such as the Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Theater Hagen, Gauthier Dance in Stuttgart, Leipziger Ballet and the Royal Ballet of Flanders. He has worked with choreographers such as Ohad Naharin, Jiří Kylián and Hans van Manen.
A Tale of Impermanence - Ihsan Rustem
Ihsan Rustem was born in London, where he trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance. From 2000-2014 he was a dancer with the Ballet Theater Munich, Introdans, Bern Ballet, Tanz Luzerner Theater and Adventures in Motion Pictures. Ihsan worked with choreographers Mats Ek, Kylián, Sol León & Paul Lightfoot, van Manen and Forsythe, among others.
Arpeggios, flowers and some manoeuvres (World premiere) - Dimo Milev
Dimo Milev, born in Sofia, studied at the National Ballet School of Sofia. He joined different companies and performed works by William Forsythe, Ohad Naharin, Hans van Manen and Jiří Kylián among others. Since 2009 Dimo is a freelancer dancer and choreographer.
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13 March 2019
This year's Roadshow took place in the context of the annual Kick-off meeting during which Operadagen Rotterdam presented the complete programme of the 2019 festival edition.
Guy Coolen, the artistic director, introduced this year's theme and presented the content of the festival programme comprising contemporary, innovative, and ground-breaking productions, created by young and established makers from all over the world.
The evening was also an occasion to present some of the major talents and leading-edge makers that will be at the core of this year's programme.
Sadler's Wells Theatre
27 March 2019
London / United Kingdom
This year's Roadshow took place on the occasion of the Members and Patrons Season Preview.
It was a wonderful way for Sadler's Wells supporters to hear more about the season ahead, what to look out for and performances which are not to be missed as well as to learn more about the FEDORA Platform and its mission to support innovation and creativity in opera and ballet.
La Monnaie/De Munt
17 March 2019
The FEDORA Platform was presented on the occasion of the dernière of PUSH dedicated mainly to families. Young artists and a young audience were invited for an introduction that explains this community project as well as the values of the FEDORA Platform and its mission to support educational projects in the field of the performing arts.Read more