Arthur Abram

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Soloist of Ballet of the National Theatre Brno

Arthur studied classical dance at the L’école Superieure de ballet contemporain of Montreal, Canada. He continued his studies with The Jeune Ballet du Québec, where he received the Geneviève Gérard Scholarship (2004) and the Andrea Boardman Scholarship (2006).

From 2008 to 2011 he was a member of the Slovak National Theatre Ballet (SND). He danced regularly in classical ballets such as Swan Lake, The NutcrackerSleeping Beauty, Onegin etc.

For the next three seasons he was a member of the independent company Ballet Bratislava, where he was dancing in contemporary choreographies by Lukáš Timulák, Mário Radačovský or James Kudelka. In 2013 he accepted an offer to dance in Ballet NdB, and from 2016 he was the demisoloist. Since 2018 he has been the soloist of the Ballet NdB. He is dancing solo parts in classical and contemporary repertoire: Mechanical Soldier, Prince and Nutcracker in The Nutcracker, Spain Dance in The Swan Lake, Prince Siegfried in Black and White, Louis Dupont / Henri Contet in Edith Piaf, Duet No. 4 in Petite Mort, Duet in Together, Marne in Masculine / Feminine etc.


Roles in the repertoire of Ballet NdB in the Season 2019/20:

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Black and White - Prince

P. Malásek: Edith, the Little Sparrow from the Suburbs - Louis Dupond / Henri Contet 

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake

P. I. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Prince, Mechanical soldier, The Nutcracker, Spanish dance

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty - Prince, Puss in Boots

S. Prokofiev: Romeo a Juliet - Romeo, Montagues men


4 Elements

Hidden Order - man 1


Gnawa - Solo

Amadeus MozArt

Opus Amadei 

Solipsistic - Main man

Petite Mort

F. Schubert: Together - duet Arthuro and Nasťa

Masculine / Feminine - Marne

W. A. Mozart: Petite Mort - Duet no.4


The complete repertoire of this soloist may be found in the archives  here.


Saturday 4. 09. 2021 19.00
A tribute to Pavel Šmok
Janáček Theatre
Tuesday 5. 10. 2021 19.0020.30
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Mahen Theatre
Monday 1. 11. 2021 19.0020.30
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Mahen Theatre
Sunday 21. 11. 2021 17.00
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Janáček Theatre

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