Judith Turos: I Only Dance Parts I Believe In
If to the ordinary Romanian ballet aficionado the name Judith Turos doesn't ring a bell, to the German press she is die Turos, just like Italians say la Fracci. Born in Baia Mare, she attended the Choreography High School in Cluj and graduated from the Moscow Ballet
Ioan Tugearu: If I Don't Move, I Die!
I met Ioan Tugearu in Constanţa at the Oleg Danovski Ballet Theater where he spent days on end staging Kurosawa, Mon Amour, on a collage of traditional Japanese music, with stage decoration by Ion Codrescu. The show premiered early in September. With a tape-recorder in
The International Dance Festival in Constanţa presented in the final gala a special guest: Simona Noja, prima ballerina of the Vienna State Opera, another Romanian who, having left her native country for 10 years, has built a successful career on the world's stages.
Requiem - Interview With Gigi Căciuleanu
Interview with Gigi Căciuleanu about the performance staged as an absolute première in Constanţa – June 2000 To Gigi Căciuleanu, Romanian choreographer living in France, who left Romania in 1972 to win a wager with himself – the freedom to create in a world free
An Interview With Gigi Căciuleanu - June 1999
Gigi Căciuleanu is one of the most important and original personalities in the world of contemporary dance. He is a graduate of the ChoreographyHigh School in Bucharest. He studied with Messerer Varlamov in Moscow. A decisive influence on his entire career came from the
Hanţiu, Călin Eugen
Ballet dancer (b. 16 July 1957, Năsăud/Bistriţa). ChoreographyHigh School in Cluj-Napoca, graduation 1976, teacher Adrian Mureşan. Romanian Opera House in Cluj-Napoca (1976-1979). Soloist, ODBT* in Constanţa (1979-1988), Opera House in Gera and Opera House in Dresden-GDR
Elisabeta Lux (Manolache, Pindichi)
Ballerina (b. 11 April 1959, Reşiţa) Choreography High School in Cluj-Napoca, graduated in 1978; studied under Margareta Agavriloaie. Ballet Academy in Moscow (1976-1978), graduate with diploma, teacher Irina Kuznetsova. International Ballet Contest, Varna, 1983, 2nd stage.
Young Dancers In Thier Prime - A Conversation With Betty Lux And Călin Hanţiu
Reporter: You returned to the company that made you famous, the company that you are emotionally attached to and where we hope you will return. I'd suggest that we should evoke the circumstances in which you arrived at the Ballet Company called Fantasio then [in the
I made my debut in 1974. I had graduated from high school the year before and in the summer of '73 Adina Cezar, Nataşa Trăistaru, Anca Mândrescu, Cristian Crăciun and I decided to establish a contemporary dance troupe. As far as I am concerned, the decision to put
Without Oleg Danovski But Nevertheless With Him
The stature of a personality can also be measured through the achievements that outlive it. Besides the shows he created, the ballet company he founded and the dancers he formed, this year's fifth edition of the Oleg Danovski National Ballet Contest in Constanţa stands
The National Ballet Contest - Constanţa '96
Having reached its fourth edition, the National Ballet Contest for dancers between 12 and 26, organized by the Theatre of Classical and Contemporary Ballet in Constanţa, presided by the maestro Oleg Danovski, under the care of The National Dance Committee of Romania, whose
The National Ballet Contest - Constanţa '94
The city on the shore of Pontus Euxinus, which time and again unravels new vestiges of ancient civilization, the old city of Tomis is, at present, building up a cultural profile of considerable complexity: museums, theatres, one opera, art festivals and contests. The contribution