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Sat. Nov. 24, 2018, 7:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. Vienna

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Manuel Legris

Sylvia

Conductor: Kevin Rhodes

 

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  • Kevin Rhodes  |  Conductor
  • Manuel Legris  |  Choreography
  • Léo Delibes  |  Composer
  • Luisa Spinatelli  |  Bühnenbild und Kostüme
  • Monia Torchia  |  Assistenz Bühnenbild und Kostüme
  • Manuel Legris  |  Choreographie

Kiyoka Hashimoto | Sylvia

Born in Hyogo (Japan), Kiyoka Hashimoto was educated at the Izumi Ballet in Japan and at the Cannes Jeune Ballet. In 2004 she became a member of the Dresden Semperoper Ballett. In 2008 she joined the Ballett der Wiener Staatsoper und Volksoper, where she was appointed to Demi-soloist in 2010. In 2012 she became Soloist of the Wiener Staatsballett.
Her repertory comprises Odette/Odile, Gefährtin des Prinzen and Kleiner Schwan in Rudolf Nurejews „Schwanensee“, Kitri/Dulcinea in Rudolf Nurejews "Don Quixote", Clara and Pastorale in Rudolf Nurejews "Der Nussknacker", Effie and Pas de deux in Pierre Lacottes "La Sylphide", Kitris Freundin, Amor and Erste Brautjungfer in Rudolf Nurejews „Don Quixote“, Manu-Tanz and Solo-Schatten in Vladimir Malakhovs „Die Bajadere“, Verzauberte Prinzessin, Fee der Lebhaftigkeit and Pas de quatre in Peter Wrights "Dornröschen", Kronprinzessin Stephanie in Kenneth MacMillan´s „Mayerling“, Solo-Schneeflocke and Chinesischer Tanz in Gyula Harangozós „Der Nussknacker“ as well as roles in Harald Landers "Études", Rudi van Dantzigs "Vier letzte Lieder", Stephan Thoss' "Blaubarts Geheimnis", George Balanchines „Who Cares?“, Serge Lifars "Suite en blanc", Wachtang Tschabukianis Pas de six from „Laurencia“, Jerome Robbins’ „Glass Pieces“ and "Other Dances", John Neumeiers „Bach Suite III“ and "Vaslaw", Nils Christes "Before Nightfall", William Forsythes „The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude“, Jean-Christophe Maillots "Vers un Pays Sage", Agrippina Waganowas Pas de deux "Diana und Aktäeon", Manuel Legris’ „Donizetti Pas de deux“, "Skew-Whiff" from Paul Lightfoot and Sol León, Helen Picketts "Eventide", David Dawsons "A Million Kisses to my Skin", Jiří Bubeníčeks „Le Souffle de l’esprit“, Thierry Malandains „Mozart à 2“.
She has appeared as guest dancer in many European Ccountries and overseas.

Masayu Kimoto | Aminta

Masayu Kimoto was born in Hyogo (Japan). He was educated at Nakata Ballet Theatre in Himeji and at Ecole Supérieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower, as well as at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. In 2006 he joined the Semper Oper Ballett Dresden, in 2008 he became a member of the Ballett der Wiener Staatsoper und Volksoper. In 2011 he was appointed Demi-soloist of the Wiener Staatsballett. 2013 he was promoted Soloist.
His repertory comprises James in Pierre Lacottes "La Sylphide", Basil in Rudolf Nurejews „Don Quixote“, Bauernpaar in Elena Tschernischovas „Giselle“, Gefährte des Prinzen and Polnischer Tanz in Rudolf Nurejews „Schwanensee“, Pastorale in Rudolf Nurejews "Der Nussknacker", Prinz in Peter Wrights "Dornröschen", Spiderman and Chinesischer Tanz in Gyula Harangozós „Der Nussknacker“, Csárdás-Solist in Roland Petits „Die Fledermaus“, Freund and Variationstänzer in Maurice Béjarts „Le Concours“, Ungarischer Offizier in Kenneth MacMillans „Mayerling“, roles in George Balanchines „Thema und Variationen“, Serge Lifars "Suite en blanc", Harald Landers „Études“, Jerome Robbins’ „In the Night“ and „Glass Pieces“, Rudi van Dantzigs "Vier letzte Lieder", Twyla Tharps „Variationen über ein Thema von Haydn“, John Neumeiers „Bach Suite III“ and "Vaslaw", Nils Christes "Before Nightfall", William Forsythes „The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude“, „The Second Detail“, „Skew-Whiff“ from Paul Lightfoot and Sol León, Patrick de Banas "Windspiele", David Dawsons "A Million Kisses to my Skin", Jiří Bubeníčeks „Le Souffle de l’ esprit“, Thierry Malandains „Mozart à 2“, András Lukács’ „Duo“, Marco Goeckes „Mopey“ and José Martinez’ „Delibes Suite“.
He has appeared as guest dancer in many European countries and overseas.
Awards and honours: Promotion Prize: Ballettclub Wiener Staatsoper & Volksoper (2011).

Robert Gabdullin | Orion

Robert Gabdullin was born in Sverdlovsk/Yekaterinburg (Russia). He was educated, amongst others, at the National Theatre Institute of Yekaterinburg. In 2000 he joined the National Theatre for Opera and Ballet in his home town where he was appointed First Soloist in 2004. In 2006 the Academic Theatre for Opera and Ballet in Perm engaged him as First Soloist. In 2010 he joined, as Soloist, the National Polish Ballet in Warsaw where he was appointed First Soloist in 2012. Furthermore he performed with the National Russian Ballet and the Russian State Ballet. 
He gave his Viennese debut as a guest at the "Nurejew Gala 2012" with the Adagio from "Raymonda". 2012 he joined the Wiener Staatsballett and 2013 he was promoted First Solist.
His repertory comprises main roles in „La Sylphide“, „Giselle“, „Don Quixote“, „Die Bajadere“, „Schwanensee“, „Le Corsaire“, „Dornröschen“, „Der Nussknacker“, „Romeo und Julia“ and „Cinderella“ as well as ballets from Michail Fokin, George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins and Maurice Béjart. The Wiener Staatsballett engaged him as Soloist in 2012. Robert Gabdullin made his Austrian debut in the Adagio from “Raymonda” at “Nurejew Gala 2012”. His Viennese repertory comprises Basil in Rudolf Nurejews "Don Quixote", Drosselmeyer/Der Prinz in Rudolf Nurejews "Der Nussknacker", Romeo in John Crankos "Romeo und Julia", Des Grieux in Kenneth MacMillans "Manon", main roles in George Balanchines "Allegro Brillante", "Stravinsky Violin Concerto", Serge Lifars "Suite en blanc", Harald Lander´s „Études“, John Neumeiers "Vaslaw", David Dawsons "A Million Kisses to my skin", Nils Christes "Before Nightfall", Helen Picketts "Eventide" and Pas de deux in "Giselle" (2. Act), parts from Marius Petipas "Die Bajadere" (3. Act), Pas de deux from Marius Petipas "Sleeping Beauty" (3. Act), Rudolf Nurejews "Raymonda" (Valse fantastique). In Antony McDonalds and Ashley Pages "Ein Reigen" he created the role of Der Tod/Arthur Schnitzler.
He appeared as a guest soloist in many European countries and overseas. Prices and honours: “Triumph” Prize (Moscow 2007), 3rd Place: “Arabesque” contest (Perm 2008).