Dance festival in celebration of 100 years of the independent Czechoslovakia foundation

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The city of Brno joins the countrywide celebrations of the foundation of our state with the festival RE:PUBLIKA 1918–2018

The extensive project is based on several pivotal events with one of them being the Dance Brno 100 festival. The National Theatre Brno has invited dance companies of the Habsburg Monarchy successor states. It is the first time in history the companies of the national theatres of Poland, Slovakia, Serbia, Austria, Slovenia, Ukraine, Croatia, Hungary and the Czech Republic (National Theatre Ballet Prague and National Theatre Ballet Brno) are presented in one place. The National Theatre Ballet Brno opens the festival with the premiere of Amadeus MozArt in the Reduta Theatre.

Opening of the festival:

  • 23rd May 2018 / National Theatre Ballet Brno / Reduta Theatre

Title: Amadeus MozArt (original premiere)
Choreography: Carolina Isach Cogollos, Dan Datcu, Uladzimir Ivanou

Guests and their program:

  • 26th May 2018 / Polish National Ballet Warsaw / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Chopiniana / Mooving Rooms / Bolero
    Choreography: Michail Fokine / Krzysztof Pastor
  • 29th May 2018 / Slovak National Theatre Ballet Bratislava / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Slovak Dances (The Lives of Lights)
    Author of choreography and libretto, director: Natalia Horečná
  • 31st May 2018 / Serbian National Ballet Beograd / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Women In D Minor/ The Long Christmas Dinner
    Choreography: Radu Poklitaru
  • 3rd June 2018 / Vienna State Ballet/Volksoper / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Cinderella
    Choreography: Thierry Malandain
  • 6th June 2018 / Slovenian National Ballet Ljubljana / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Doctor Zhivago
    Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
  • 9th June 2018 / National Theatre Ballet Prague / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Decadance
    Choreography: Ohad Naharin
  • 10th June 2018 / National Academic Ballet Lvov / Mahen Theatre
    Title: Scheherazade / Carmen Suite
    Choreography: Anastasia Isupova / Sergyj Naenko
  • 11th June 2018 / Croatian National Ballet Zagreb / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: Death in Venice
    Choreography: Valentina Turku
  • 16th June 2018 / Hungarian National Ballet Budapest / Brno – exhibition center, Hall F
    Title: LOL - Trois Gnossiennes / 5 Tangos / Black Cake
    Choreography: Hans van Manen