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DINU TAMAZLACARU

STAATSBALLETT BERLIN

born in Moldova
BALLETEDUCATION
1994-2000 National Choreographic College of Moldova (Alexander Iwanow)


2000-2002 Ballet Conservatorium of Vienna (Maxim Abzalow)
2001 2nd Prize at the 4th Ballet and Dance Contest Austria

2002 Winner of Prix de Lausanne


2002 1st Prize International Ballet Competition „Arabesque“ Perm


ENGAGEMENTS
2002 Ballett der Staatsoper Unter den Linden 2003 Demi-Soloist

2004 Staatsballett Berlin /// since 2007 Soloist /// since 2012 Principal Dancer
“Swan Lake” (Prince Siegfried), Marius Petipa´s/Juri Grigorowitsch´s “Don Quixote“ (Basil), “Coppélia“ (Franz), Pas de deux “Flamme de Paris“, Pas de deux “Diana & Aktaeon“, Pas de deux “Grand Pas Clasique“ / Rudolf Nurejew´s “Sleeping Beauty“ (Pas-de-deux-blue-bird – Princess Florine), Vladimir Malakhov´s “La Bayadere” (Golden God); “Cinderella“ (Fairy´s companion); “Sleeping Beauty” (Pas-de-deux-blue-bird – Princess Florine), Patrice Bart´s “Giselle“ (Peasant-Pas-de-deux); “Swan Lake” (Tarantella-Solo, Benno, Prince Siegfried); “The Nutcracker” (Nutcracker Prince, Russian dance, Fritz); “Das flammende Herz“ (Jefferson Hogg / Tarantella-Solo), George Balanchine´s “Ballet Imperial“ (Pas de trois); “Tchaikovsky-Pas-de-deux“; “Jewels“ (Rubies Pas de deux) Nacho Duato´s “Without Words“,  “Ring around the Ring“ (Siegfried as a child, Mime), “Malakhov & Friends“ (Gopak), “Shut up and dance!“ (“Au suivant“), Boris Eifman´s “Tchaikovsky“ (Prince), Opening Gala 2006: George Balanchine´s “Tchaikovsky-Pas-de-deux“ (with Gillian Murphy), Jerome Robbins' “Fancy Free“, ”Glories of the Romantic Ballet“ (Pierre Lacotte´s “Le Papillon“), Peter Schaufuss' “La Sylphide“ (James, Gurn), William Forsythe´s “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude“, Opening Gala 2008 and “Malakhov & Friends 2008“ (Ben van Cauwenberghs “Les Bourgeois“), Opening Gala 2009 (George Balanchine´s “Allegro Brillante”), John Cranko´s “Onegin“ (Lenski); “Romeo and Juliet“ (Mercutio), Yuri Burlaka´s/Vasily Medvedev´s “La Esmeralda“ (Gringoire, a poet), Heinz Spoerli´s “Peer Gynt“ (mountain king),, William Forsythe´s “Herman Schmerman“ (“Duato | Forsythe | Goecke“), Marco Goecke´s “and the sky on that cloudy old day“ (“Duato | Forsythe | Goecke“), Nacho Duato's „The Nutcracker" (Nutcracker Prince) Benjamin Millepied's "Daphnis et Chloé" (Bryaxis, "Maillot | Millepied"),  Vìctor Ullates "Don Quixote" (Basil)

Ph-Carlos Quezada