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Ramon reis

Ramon Reis, born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, is a contemporary dancer and choreographer.


After studying dance in 1990 at the Centro de Mineiro dancas classicas and Ballet Shindowiski Gelsenkirchen in Germany, he began his professional experience in this company, where it will remain until 1992. From 1992 to 1994, he was hired at NDT2, in the Netherlands, where he danced the repertoire of Jiri Kylian, Hans van Manen and many choreographers. In 1994, he joined the NDT1 where he interprets the works by Jiri Kylian, Hans van Manen and invited choreographers including William Forsythe, Mats Ek, Johan Inger, Paul Light Foot and many others. Between 1994 and 2002, he organizes himself many workshops as a choreographer in NDT.

He joined Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo in July 2002 as a Soloist. Jean-Christophe Maillot entrusts him roles in his creations: Dov'e la Luna, Vers un Pays Sage, Opus 40, Miniatures, D'Une Rive a l'Autre, Men's Dance, Noces, Eye for an Eye (wolf), Cinderella (the four friends), Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio), La Belle (the father of Prince), le Songe (les artisans), Altro Canto. choreographers invited: Maurice Bejart (Bolero, Sacre des Printemp), William Forsythe (Enemy in the Figure), Jiri Kylian (Bella Figura, Sinfonietta), Lionel Hoche (Balistik), Olivier de Bois ( Spectre de la Rose).

Created Choreographies

2006 « Over There » Premiere London Coliseum Carlos Acosta and Guests. 2007 « Lost and Found » Premiere Atelier Jeune Choreographer Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo 2008 « Hydogen » Premiere Stichting Arnhems DansTalent Gala 2008 Choreo-Graphik Premiere Atelier Jeune Choreographer Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo 2010 « A little piece of the sky » Premiere Stichting Arnhems DansTalent Gala 2010 « Voyage au coeur du nom » Premiere Monaco dance Forum. Created for Cia Brasileira de Ballet. 2010 « VIBRATIONS - LES VOIX DE LA DANSE» Premiere Theatre des Varietes Monte-Carlo


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