A Croatian National Theatre (HNK) ballet dancers from Rijeka will perform at the Italian MittelFest 2010 an astonishing dance “The Trial”, after the Kafka`s famous novel, expressing all the genius of great Croatian choreographer Staša Zurovac and composer Berislav Šipuš, transforming words into energy and muscular explosion, while using different contemporary music styles. (Cividale del Friuli, Piazza Duomo, July 21st).

In the MittelFest 2010 programme, distinguished by some classics of European – and global – genius, pride of place goes to the tribute that the Theatre section will be devoting to Dostoevsky, who more than any other writer has laid bare mankind’s laceration between Good and Evil, which have lost none of their capacity to astonish. The Festival also focuses on geniuses of Music, revealing classical music as the real European genius which has characterised our planet in the last five hundred years, influencing all types of expression from pop to jazz.

From Croatia comes a representation in dance of Kafka’s great novel The Trial, expressing all the genius of great Croatian choreographer Staša Zurovac, transforming words into energy and muscular explosion, while using different contemporary music styles. (Cividale del Friuli, Piazza Duomo, Wednesday July 21st).

Main stars at the Rijeka ballet are Andrei Kötels as Josef K. and Cristina Lukanec as miss Bürstner, while other dancers are Valeri Rasskazov ( Judge), Ludwig Jerkander (painter Titorelli), Vitali Klok (Bloch), Roberto Pereira Barbosa Junior (Priest); Svebor Zgurić, Ludwig Jerkander, Roberto Pereira Barbosa Junior (three inspectors); Camila Izabel Moreira (Leni).

Source:

http://www.mittelfest.org/

http://www.culturenet.hr/

MV

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