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Adrian Scriminț este balerin, solist al Operei Brașov, cu o bogată experiență în cadrul mai multor ccompanii de balet, precum: Teatrul Național Sârb – Novi Sad, Teatrul Național Pecs, Teatrul Național Split, Stadtebung Nordharzer Theater Germania, Teatrul Național Rijeka – Croația sau Teatrul Național Sarajevo – Bosnia și Herțegovina. Adrian se poate mândri deasemeni cu o mențiune câștigată la Concursul Național de Literatură 2012 și 2020, sub egida scriitorilor români, cu romanul „Cartierul Proletarilor” și locul patru cu romanul macabru, de balet și război „Jovan Bilici”). Este totodată implicat în activitățile cultural-mondene, participări la seminarii, festivaluri, membru în diverse comisii de jurizare, unul dintre principalii întemeietori ai unicei trupe de cabaret din Transilvania: Cabaret Rising Sun, colaborator al cotidianului „Crainicul” „Liternautica” „Cronopedia”, „Agora Artelor. Este deasemeni moderator emisiuni la RadioProDiaspora și Știrile Transilvaniei TV, având în decursul câtorva ani sute de invitați și peste 200 de emisiuni.

Michele Olivieri, historian and critic of dance and ballet, is registered with the National Association of Theater Critics (ANCT) and the Association Internationale des Critiques de Théâtre (AICT). He collaborates in Italy with the magazines "Sipario" and "L’Ape Musicale". Since 2019 he is Director of the Teatrino Nino Rota Tersicoreo in Milan. He is an Honorary Member of the "Dance Project Charles Jude" Association at the "International Exams of Classic Dance" sponsored by the "Serge Lifar Foundation", and is Ambassador of the National Historical Dance Company and Honorary Member of the "Enrico Cecchetti National Dance Association". He graduated in "History of Dance" with the qualification for the role of Master and Examining Judge, took part in a two-year course in Ethnocoreology, and was certified in the "Theoretical and Practical Refresher Course" at the Ballet School Accademia Teatro at the Scala. He has published the following books: “La Danza alla Scala”; “The dance in traditional theaters”; "The Nutcracker"; “Alla corte dei Balletti Russi” and edited Walter Venditti's “History of dance”. He is artistic consultant of the "International Ballet Festival of Rapallo". Among the awards received: Natalia Dudinskaya Trophy, Lindsay Kemp Trophy, Diploma of Merit from the Liliana Cosi and Marinel Stefanescu School of Classical Ballet, and the Lifetime Achievement Award received in the presence of Carla Fracci.

Născută la Bucureşti, absolventă a Liceului de Coregrafie în 1961, am fost iniţial balerină a Teatrului de Operă şi Balet din Constanţa, apoi din 1984 a Teatrului de Balet Clasic şi Contemporan „Oleg Danovski”. După o perioadă în care am fost profesoară la Liceul de Artă din Constanţa, secţia Coregrafie, m-am stabilit în Italia împreună cu soţul meu, balerin şi el, şi am activat ca profesoară de dans clasic, repertoriu şi dans de caracter în mai multe şcoli din sudul peninsulei.

Artist of the The Royal Danish Ballet, Marina Minoiu was born and trained in Bucharest. She was a 1st Soloist with the National Bucharest Opera until 2016. Her repertoire included the principal roles in K.MacMillan’s “Manon”,Sir F.Ashton’s “La fille mal gardee”, “Marguerite and Armand”, “The Dream”, J.Kobborg’s “La Sylphide” and so on. Since 2016 she is an Artist with The Royal Danish Ballet. Her repertoire includes parts in productions by A. Bournonville, N. Hubbe, C. Wheeldon,G.Dean, J. Kylian and others. Marina Minoiu was nominated for the Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer in 2015 for her role as “Marguerite” in Frederick Ashton's "Marguerite and Armand" by Dance Europe, one of the most important international dance magazines.

Graham Watts is a freelance dance writer and critic writing regularly for Dancing Times, Shinshokan Dance magazine (Japan), Bachtrack.com and DanceTabs.com. He has written the biography of Daria Klimentová (The Agony and the Ecstasy) and contributed chapters about the work of Akram Khan to the Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Ballet and on Shobana Jeyasingh for the third edition of Routledge’s Fifty Contemporary Choreographers. He is Chairman of the Dance Section of The Critics’ Circle and of the UK National Dance Awards and regularly lectures on dance writing and criticism at The Royal Academy of Dance and The Place. He was nominated for the Dance Writing Award in the 2018 One Dance UK Awards and was appointed OBE in 2008


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