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Ichigo Oguro

  • Ichigo Oguro

Demisoloist of Ballet of the National Theatre Brno

She graduated from the Royal Ballet School in London in 2009. She then danced in an engagement at the Singapore Dance Theatre for two years followed by five seasons at Teatr Wielki in Poznan, Poland from 2012. She performed a number of lead roles there (Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, the Sugar Plum Fairy or the Snow Queen in the Nutcracker, Waltz or the Russian girl in Balanchine’s Serenade, the Pas de trois and the Small Swan in Swan Lake) and she also danced in the contemporary repertoire by the choreographers David Dawson, Jorma Elo, Stanton Welche, Krzysztof Pastor or Adrian Burnett. She has been a member of the National Theatre Brno ballet company since 2017 and she became a demi-soloist in 2018.

Roles in the repertoire of Ballet NdB 2018/2019:

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Black and White - Little Swan

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Sleeping Beauty - Fairy of Musicality, Princess Florine, Friend

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Serenade, Made in USA - Russian girl, Little russian girl

S. Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet - Montagues women, Friends of Juliet

Amadeus MozArt

Metanoia - Volt

performances

Wednesday 29. 05. 2019 19.0021.15
Ballet
 
Dancing Amadeus.
Reduta Theatre
Thursday 30. 05. 2019 19.0021.15
Ballet
 
Dancing Amadeus.
Reduta Theatre
Sunday 9. 06. 2019 19.0021.30
Ballet
 
Johan Inger for the fi rst time in the ballet repertoire – Walking Mad.
Janáček Theatre
Wednesday 12. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
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Mahen Theatre
Thursday 13. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
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Mahen Theatre
Wednesday 19. 06. 2019 19.0021.20
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Tuesday 24. 09. 2019 18.0020.25
Ballet
 
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Janáček Theatre
Friday 27. 09. 2019 19.0021.25
Ballet
 
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Janáček Theatre
Saturday 23. 11. 2019 17.0019.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre
Sunday 24. 11. 2019 19.0021.15
Ballet
 
Four exciting choreographies about women and men, about order and spontaneity.
Mahen Theatre

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