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Daniel Camargo as permanent guest on the stage of the National Theatre for the first time



It keeps surprising us how many forms the art of ballet can assume, how inspirational it is, how inventive the choreographers are and what rich array of works they are able to produce. Then ballet dancers step into the process and add their creative touch and original interpretation…

The very same choreography, the very same steps have a very different hue when interpreted by different dancers. This is the case not only with great classical ballets with a clear story line where the protagonists have to be dancers as well as actors, but also in more contemporary works. Our ballet evening entitled Timeless comprises three parts – neoclassical Serenade by G. Balanchine, contemporary Separate Knots by E. Gat and the final gem of Le sacre du printemps by G. Tetley.

You can look forward to several casts and on April 21 a special surprise will come – Daniel Camargo. Thanks to The National Theatre Benefactors' Club this phenomenal dancer has become a permanent guest of the Czech National Ballet. In Timeless you will see him as The Chosen One in Le sacre du printemps and will have the opportunity to admire his virtuoso technique as well as undeniable charm that is well known throughout Europe. We are very pleased we can enjoy his charisma in Prague now.

Apart from Timeless he will dance on June 1 in La Fille mal gardée as Colas (with Alina Nanu as Lise).

Photo: Sergei Gherciu