• Don Quixote


    Ballet by Ludwig Mincus · Choreography and direction: Arshak Ghalumyan · Conductor: Ivaylo Krinchev · Artist: Salvatore Rousso · Cast: Aleksandar Zhelev, Anelia Dimitrova, Tomoki Ishigo, Kalin Lyubenov, Martina ...

    The Don Quixote ballet is among the top performances of classical dance.

    Amphitheatre  
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  • Aida

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    by Giuseppe Verdi · Director: Nina Naydenova · Conductor: Jacopo Sipari di Pescariani · Choreography: Olesya Pantikina · Soloists: Alexander Nosikov, Elena Chavdarova - Isa, Tanya Ivanova, Kamen Chanev (guest), Ivaylo ...

    Spectacular scenography with real fires and modern light show bring us into ancient Egypt with triumphal ceremonies, dances of priests and scenes of love and jealousy.
    · Opera Open 2019
    Amphitheatre  
  • Caged Caged


    Choreography: Pansun Kim · Scenography: Nikola Toromanov · Music: Emiliyan Gatzov, Pavel Terziyski · Design of dolls and masks: Marieta Golomehova · Puppeteers: Stefan Dimitrov, Polina Hristova · With: Bong Su Kim, ...

    Fear is the poison that storms our minds. We are afraid of loneliness, old age and death. We are afraid of being abandoned and hurt. We are afraid of diseases. We are afraid of love because sometimes we doubt good intentions, sincerity and dedication. We are afraid to leave this world without leaving a mark, anonymous, even on our own funerals. Our minds have the power to make our thoughts reality. As long as we live in fear, we forget that this is a state that can be defeated. Paralyzed by fears, we don’t realize that they are the only overbought between us and happiness. They lock our hearts, cause pain and suffering.

    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Carmina Burana


    Szeged Contemporary Dance Company, Hungary · Music: Karl Orff · Choreography: Tamás Juronics

    A classic comes from Hungary renewed, with clear movement techniques and distinct theatrical scenery. Choreographer Tames Juronics places an invisible mirror on the stage to reflect our emotions and help us understand ourselves.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Chapter 3: The Brutal Journey of the Heart


    Choreography: Sharon Eyal

    One of the most prominent Israeli dance companies joins One Dance Week 2019 with its newest piece. L-E-V Company, the name of which includes the Hebrew word for heart (lev), led by choreographer Sharon Eyal and multimedia designer Gai Behar will present their latest production - Chapter 3.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Child


    Peeping Tom, Belgium · Concept and direction: Gabriela Carrizo, Franck Chartier · Cast: Eurudike De Beul, Marie Gyselbrecht, Hun–‐Mok Jung, Brandon Lagaert, Yi‐chun Liu, Maria Carolina Vieira · Duration: 80'

    Kind (Child) is the third part of Peeping Tom’s trilogy in which research into hidden emotions in family constellations is conducted. The trilogy started in 2014 with Vader (Father) and continued with Moeder  (Mother) which we saw as part of One Dance Week 2017.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Cosmic Love


    Directed and choreographed by Clara Furey · Cast: Francis Ducharme, Clara Furey, Tomas Furey, Peter Jasko, Winnie Ho, Simon Portigal, Zoë Vos · Duration: 70 '

    Cosmic Love is the first solo creation of Furey, a Montreal-based choreographer, with the participation of her long-standing collaborators.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • FreeSteps


    Choreography: Su Wei-Chia, Taiwan · Performers: Chen Wu-Kang, Chou Shu-Yi ·Duration: 60'

    FreeSteps is a ten-year project initiated by SU Wei-Chia in 2013. The project aims to explore the most primitive status of dance and to re-explore the possibilities of dancing.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • FreeSteps–NiNi


    Choreography: Su Wei-Chia · Performer: Fang Yu-Ting - Taiwan

    A solo dance for unconventional spaces, FreeSteps–NiNi refers to neither goals, concepts and allusions, nor detailed arrangement.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Golden Delusions


    Light and sound installation, set design: Hans Peter Kuhn · Choreography and dance: Akemi Nagao, Junko Wada · Composition, music and performance: Biliana Voutchkova

    Golden Delusions is an installation-performance, where four artists interweave sound, light and movement in total unity, creating an imaginary world inspired by color and symbolism.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Sklad  
  • I dance because I do not trust words


    Text, Staging and choreography: Kaori Ito · Cast: Kaori Ito and Hiroshi Ito · Duration: 60' minutes

    Choreographer Kaori Ito invites her father Hiroshi Ito on stage to rediscover one of the strongest family relationships. Distances and differences will melt away, uncovering love, previously muted. Words, as this duo from Japan demonstrates, are not to be trusted.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Plovdiv Drama Theatre  
  • International Ballet Gala


    Conductor: Bissera Chadlovska · With: soloists of the State Ballet Berlin, Sofia Opera and Ballet and Arabesque Ballet

    Performance with fragments of popular ballet works.
    · Opera Open 2019
    Amphitheatre  
  • Kokoro


    Choreography and concept: Luna Cenere · Music: Gerard Valverde · Duration: 30'

    Italian choreographer Luna Cenere reveals the ‘inner self’, or ‘kokoro’, as the Japanese say. The expression embraces both ‘mind’ and ‘heart’; it provided inspiration for Cenere through The Invisible Actor, a book by Yoshi Oida and Lorna Marshall.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Medium


    Choreographer: Rianto, Indonesia · Duration: 50'

    Indonesian choreographer and dancer Rianto, a rising star from Indonesia’s island of Java, creates and inhabits a space where binary opposites merge. It is a space between manhood and womanhood, between customs and religion, between conscious control and trance.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture  
  • Orpheus and Eurydice


    by Gluck · Conductor: Dian Chobanov · Director, stage design, costumes: Stefano Poda · Conductor: Vlaslav Novak · Soloists: Antonio Giovanini (guest), Maria Radoeva (guest), Svetlana Ivanova · Choir, ballet and ...

    Orpheus's tragedy, Orpheus's error, his love, his guilt, his despair. A spectacle by the genius director, artist and choreographer Stefano Poda, with an unprecedented by scale and originality scenography inspired by the rich cultural heritage of the Thracian and the lands of Orpheus.
    · Opera Open 2019
    Amphitheatre  
  • Soma


    Choreography: Martin Talaga, Czech Republic · Performing: Radim Klásek, Anton Eliaš, Marek Menšík · Music: Myko

    Choreographer Martin Talaga uses parts of a mannequin in order to shed light on the imperfections of the human body, contrasting it with seemingly perfect and proportionate pieces of plastic.
    · One Dance Week 2019
    Boris Hristov House of Culture