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Radio and Juliet CHOREOGRAPHER
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Tijuana Krizman, Matjaž Marin, Sergiu Moga, Gaj Žmavc, Tiberiu Marta, Christian Dominique Guerematchi, Dénes Darab TUE, OCT 25, 2011 | Capitol Theater Stay after this performance for an Overture Meet the Artist event. Meet the Artist is supported in part by contributors to the Ovation Fund. Learn how you can be part of supporting Overture’s community and education programs at overturecenter.com/contribute. Bottled water and beverages in Overture Refillable Theater Cups are allowed in the theater during select performances. Purchase a theater cup for $3 plus the cost of your drink at any of the concession locations in the lobby, and bring it back next time. This program is part of Overture’s Take 10 Series for students and educators. Funding for Take 10 is provided by contributors to the Ovation Fund. Learn how you can be part of supporting Overture’s community and education programs at overturecenter.com/contribute.
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MUSIC: RADIOHEAD Bullet Proof â€Ś I wish I was, The Bends Fitter Happier, OK Computer How to Disappear Completely, Kid A Idioteque, Kid A Like Spinning Plates, Amnesiac Sit Down Stand Up (Snakes & Ladders), Hail to the Thief We Suck Young Blood (Your Time Is Up), Hail to the Thief BALLET MARIBOR In 1919, Slovenia founded its first opera house in Maribor. Active under the name Slovene Municipal Theatre from 1921-1941, the opera house, which also housed a professional theatre and ballet school became known as National Theatre Maribor. The first performance, which premiered in 1920, was the operetta Mamâ€™zelle Nitouche. The following season, there were nine operettas, including The Beautiful Galatea and The Flittermouse. In 1949, National Theatre Maribor premiered its first
ballet, Mozicek (Little Man). The first whole evening program was Coppelia in 1949, choreographed by Maks Kirbos and conducted by Heribert Svetel. To date, more than 500 productions have been premiered in Maribor, with many guest appearances around Slovenia and the world. The mix of classical and contemporary Slovene repertoire has helped National Theatre Maribor rise to its position as one of the most noteworthy performance companies in Eastern Europe.
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EDWARD CLUG Choreographer and Dancer Edward Clug was born in Romania in 1973 and began studying classical ballet at age 10 at National Ballet School in Cluj, Romania. He became a soloist for National Theatre Maribor (Ballet Maribor) in 1991, dancing in productions of Don Quixote, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet and Carmen before being appointed head of ballet in 2003. Clug began receiving recognition for his work in 1996 when he served as choreographer for Theatre Maribor’s production of Babylon. He was awarded first prize original contemporary ballet staging at the 1998 Varna International Ballet Competition for his piece Blind Tango and a bronze medal for choreography at the Ninth International Ballet Competition at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. In 2005, he was awarded with the Preseren Fund, the highest award presented in Slovenia for important achievements in the arts. In 2006, National Theatre Maribor’s Opera and
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ballet houses premiered his work The Architecture of Silence, and that same year, the Dutch company Station Zuid presented his dance Requiem for Two Chairs. The following year, Station Zuid presented his productions of Sacre du Temps. In February 2008, Clug presented his new work Pret-a-Porter at SNG-Maribor with the composer Milko Lazar, and in October 2008 he created Four Reasons for National Ballet of Lisbon.
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DANCERS Tijuana Krizman, born in Capodistria, Slovenia, began her ballet training at age 14 at the Art and Dance High School before receiving a scholarship to attend Milan’s prestigious La Scala Theatre Ballet School. After graduating, she joined Ballet Maribor in 2004 and was appointed soloist in 2008. Lead roles have included Aurora in Ballet Maribor’s 2004 production of Sleeping Beauty and the Sugarplum Fairy in Ballet Maribor’s 2008 Nutcracker. She has received many ballet awards, including First Prize at Slovenia’s International Ballet Competition. Matjaž Marin started his Ballet education at the Ballet School in Maribor at the age of six. Graduating in 2000 he joined the ballet company of the National Theatre Maribor. He competed in the Competition for Young Ballet Dancers four times over and won two bronze and one gold medal. In 2008 he was promoted to the rank of Soloist. During his time with the company he has appeared in classical and modern ballet projects. In his 11 years with the National Ballet Maribor he has guested in Portugal, Italy, Luxemburg, Greece, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Israel, the Netherlands and most recently in the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.
Edward Clug. He has performed in many Edward Clug projects at international festivals and gala evenings (Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Iberoamericano Festival de Teatro Bogota, Denis Matvienko Gala at the Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg.) Tiberiu Marta, born in Iasi, Romania studied classical ballet at the Academic Art School Octav Bancila. Graduating in 1998 he joined the Romanian National Theatre of Opera and Ballet, Iasi, as a demi-solo dancer. In 2000 he joined the ballet company of the National Theatre Maribor where he dances the entire ballet repertory, both classical and contemporary. He also participates in opera and drama performances. He has toured internationally with the company visiting France, Israel, The Netherlands, Italy, Portugal, twice to the USA and Korea.
Christian Dominique Guerematchi, born in Maribor, Slovenia, graduated from the Maribor Ballet High School in 2000 and joined the ballet ensemble of the National Theatre Maribor upon graduation. In 2003 he moved to Kiel, Germany, to dance with Ballet Kiel. He has studied Indian Classical Bharat Natyam and Dhrupad music in Mumbai and also Somatic Movement at the Institute Sergiu Moga, born in Iasi, Romania, for Somatic Movement Studies graduated ballet school in Cluj Napoca in Amsterdam. Currently living in in 1988 and joined the ballet ensemble Amsterdam, Christian is returning to of the Cluj National Theatre. In 1991 he the company to reprise his role in the joined the ballet ensemble of the National original production of Radio and Juliet. Theatre Maribor and later became a soloist. He has toured internationally with Dénes Darab, born in Miskolc, Ballet Maribor to Germany, Italy, France, Hungary, trained at the Hungarian Luxembourg, Denmark, Netherlands, the Dance Academy from 1997 to 2007. USA and Israel. In 2004, Dénes won Third Prize at the 2004 Competition of the Hungarian Gaj Žmavc, born in Maribor, Slovenia, Dance Academy and Noverre trained at the National Ballet School Foundation. Upon graduation in Maribor and later at the International 2007 he joined the ballet company of Ballet Academy, Kiev, Ukraine. In the National Theatre Maribor. He has 2005 he joined the ballet ensemble of danced principal roles in Swan Lake, The the National Theatre Maribor under Nutcracker and La Bayadere. 6 Overture Center | Radio and Juliet
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