NdB Ballet is looking for new dancers for the upcoming season

31 December 2019, 1:00
NdB Ballet is looking for new dancers for the upcoming season

The ballet company of the National Theatre Brno announces audition for dancers, both male and female (soloists and chorus) to be cast in the season 2020/21. The audition is announced to take place in April 2020.

Participation in the dance audition for dancers and dancers requires a high level of classical and modern dance techniques and sufficient stage experience. Entries can be submitted online by 29 February 2020. The subsequent audition is by invitation only (information will be sent via email) and will be held on 4 April 2020 at 10:00 am; registration of candidates begins at 9:00 in the NdB headquarters building.  

Requirements for applicants:

Classical repertoire:

La Bayadère (J. Slavický); Swan Lake (R. Strajner); The Nutcracker (F.Nault); Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (W. Borkowski); Sleeping Beauty (B. Juldašev)        

Neoclassical / Modern repertoire:

Beethoven, Black and White (M. Radačovský); 4 Elements – Hidden Order (L. Timulák), Sarabande, Falling Angels (J. Kylián), Gnawa (N. Duato); Petite Mort (J. Kylián); Spolu (M. Radačovský), Walking Mad (J. Inger), Masculine/Feminine (L. Timulák); Romeo and Juliet ( M. Radačovský ); Lady with Camellias ( V. Turcu)            

Ballet NdB / photo from archive of the ensemble

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