IX COMPETITION FOR CONTEMPORARY CHOREOGRAPHY
BASED ON BULGARIAN MUSIC FOR MARGARITA ARNAUDOVA AWARD
II INTERNATIONAL EDITION

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Bulgarian Philip Milanov is the new winner of the Audience Award and of the International Jury Award of the IX International Competition for Contemporary Choreography based on Bulgarian music for Margarita Arnaudova Award with his  performance "EXIT",  music by Dobrinka Tabakova

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IX Competition for Contemporary choreography based on Bulgarian music for Margarita Arnaudova award is supported by:

DSK Bank, Ministry of culture of the Republic of Bulgaria, Etud Foundation 

 

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FINALISTS  OF  THE IX COMPETITION FOR CONTEMPORARY CHOREOGRAPHY BASED ON BULGARIAN MUSIC FOR MARGARITA ARNAOUDOVA AWARD

 

Filip Milanov

FILIP MILANOV - BULGARIA

Filip was born in 1989 in Sofia. In 2014 he graduated as Bachelor in National Academy for Theater and Film Arts "Krystju Sarafoff", specialty “Theater movement”. Since 2012, he is working as a dancer in the Ballet "Arabesque" and in 2013 he also started to work in Derida Dance company, where he participates in various international festivals and projects in collaboration with other European and Asian artists. 

 



“Exit

Music – Dobrinka Tabakova

Choreography – Filip Milanov

Participants: Victoria Petrova, Marina Popova, Petia Koleva. Stefka Tabakova, Vasil Dipchikov, Valeri Milenkov

"Exit" explores the desire of the individual to escape from social censorship and prohibitations.

We wish to determine ourselves from the others, but you are able to separate?

Each of us has conducted its partial escapes, but is there an EXIT on the road to freedom?

 

Galina Srebreva

GALINA SREBREVA - BULGARIA

She graduated from the NSDA in 1996 in the class of Prof. Kalina Bogoeva and Milena Simeonova. She's been a classical dancer with the Sofia National Opera and Ballet since 1996 and a soloist since 2004. She has participated in international ballet competitions and seminars. In 2002 she graduated Ballet Pedagogy, Choreography and Directing at the Academy of Music and Dance in Plovdiv. She has choreographed miniatures, contemporary dance routines, children's shows and one-act ballets, some of which have won awards from national and international ballet competitions. In 2012 she won second honorary degree for Original Contemporary Choreography - IBC Varna  and in 2014 - award for contemporary choreography - National Competition for Young Ballet Dancers "Anastas Petrov" – Dobrich.

 

I Should Have Told You

Music – Petar Dundakov

Choreography – Galina Srebreva

Participants – Eli Koleva, Mariana Krancheva, Asen Nakov, Stefan Vuchov

Words! With or without them, it is important to avoid the dead end street of missed opportunities, called "I should have told you".

Words! With their help we can share so many things: our emotions, expectations, dreams ... Why do we find it so difficult to use them? Why are we silent, when we need to talk? Why do we say one thing when we mean something else?  Why do we indulge in verbosity when it is better to remain silent?

 

Noa Atar

NOA ATAR – ISRAEL

Noa Atar is an independent dancer and choreographer. She graduated from the Jerusalem dance academy, specialized in choreography. “’Jamed Ensemble” and worked with several Israeli contemporary choreographers. Noa has 3rd award of the Gertrud Krauss choreography competition in 2009 for her piece “Katchkes” and in 2010 – for her performance “4x4”. 

 

3 Cups

Music – Georgi Arnaudov

Choreography

Participants – Angelina Gavrilova, Andreya Andonova, Viktoria Petrova

The piece will be inspired by feminine idols of beauty and success. The three ladies/dancers will struggle with their will to fit the right social feminine idol. In this piece the choreographer choose to deal with the dialogue between our attempts to fit society’s gender oriented expectations and resemble idols of beauty and success to being loyal to ourselves, and satisfied with who we are. 

 

Anthony Middleton

ANTHONY MIDDLETON – UNITED KINGDOM

Anthony is a choreographer based in Leeds (UK) with his company, “theMiddletonCorpus”.

Before training as a dancer, Anthony competed as an international level Acrobatic Gymnast.

He trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance (NSCD) and has performed with companies and projects both in the UK and internationally, including BalletBoyz (UK), Motionhouse (UK), Cas Public (Canada) and Tanz Luzerner Theater (Switzerland).

Anthony established “theMiddletonCorpus” in 2011, and his work has been performed around the UK and Europe. In 2013 he is a finalist of ‘ilDance Choreographic competition- Sweden.

 

“A Drop in the Ocean”

Music – Dobrinka Tabakova

Choreography – Anthony Middleton

Participants – Marina Popova, Petia Koleva, Stefka Tabakova

“A Drop in the Ocean” explores the concept of loneliness and emptiness, the feeling that there is something missing in our lives.

The choreographer is interested in the paradox that this feeling of emptiness may feel so profound to us individually but, in the busy chaotic world, it can seem so insignificant; a drop in the ocean. 

Three dancers in the space, each one in their own existence, are searching to make connections.  

 

 

Liat Magnezy

LIAT MAGNEZY - ISRAEL/NETHERLANDS

Liat Magnezy is a choreographer, born in Israel in 1974.  She studied fine art in college "Ascola", Tel Aviv and dance "Kibutzim College" in Tel Aviv. In 2003 she moved to the Netherlands where during her studies at CodArts Rotterdam specializes choreography and was awarded Scapino Production Prize, Hanover 2005 for her work "and she was ...".

In 2007, she established her own foundation DanceMotionPicture. Her performances were shown at various festivals in Europe and Israel.

 

Invisible river

Music – Petar Dundakov

Choreography – Liat Magnezy

Participants:  Angelina Gavrilova, Andreya Andonova, Stefani Handjiiska, Valeri Milenkov, Filip Milanov, Stephan Vuchov

Sofia is the one of the few European cities that does not have a river that flows through it. Sofia is surrounded with mountains. This geographical fact is the starting point for this project. Metaphorically speaking a river stands for the qualities of change, for it’s dynamic characteristics. It is a place of movement. It is very often a central point or a point of reference for it’s inhabitant.

 
 
 
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