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Jakub Sadílek

Jakub Sadílek

Member of the Laterna magika ensemble


He studied at Dance Centre Prague, which he successfully finished by graduate examination in 2009. During his studies he was engaged on school groups TCP Baby Ballet Prague and a Ballet Prague Junior, where he introduced himself in choreographies of Attila Egerházi, Ramon Oller, Samuel Delvaux or Rui Horta.
During 2009–2012 he was part of the South Bohemia Ballet. He had the opportunity to dance repertoire in choreography of Jiří Kylián, Mário Radačovský, Václav Kuneš and Attila Egerházi, for example Carmen (G. Bizet/A. Egerházi), Firebird (I. Stravinsky/A. Egerházi), Bolero (M. Ravel/A. Egerházi), Closed Curtain (N. Porpora, J. S. Bach/A. Egerházi), Nutcracker (P. I. Tchaikovsky/A. Egerházi roles: Fric and Nutcracker), Romeo and Juliet (S. Prokofiev/A. Egerházi roles: Benvolio and Romeo), Neen-Ya (N. Simone/V. Kuneš), Un Ballo (M. Ravel/J. Kylián).
In 2012 he became member of Prague Chamber Ballet, where he danced in choreographies Who Is Most Powerful in The World?, Guess How Many Stars Are There, Mono No Aware (H.Turečková), Sinfonietta (P.Šmok), and others. In 2014 he became member of Laterna magika company.
He participated in workshops with choreographers Jeanne Solan, Shirley Esseboon, Rei Watanabe, Ohad Naharin, Václav Kuneš, Nataša Novotná, Jan Kodet, and others. He cooperated with former Prague State Opera and Prague Chamber Symphony Orchestra.