Kimoto Masayu


Classical Ballet / Second Soloist

Born in Hyogo (Japan). His training took place at the Ballet Theatre in Himeji Nakata, at the Ecole Superieure de Danse de Cannes Rosella Hightower and at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. His first engagement was in 2006 at the Semper Opera Dresden Ballet in 2008 he became a member of the Ballet of Vienna State Opera and Volksoper. His appointment as second soloist of the Vienna State Ballet was 2011th
most important roles: Basil in Rudolf Nureyev\'s \"Don Quixote\", a companion of the Prince in Rudolf Nureyev\'s \"Swan Lake\", Spiderman and Chinese dance in Gyula Harangozós \"The Nutcracker\" Csardas-soloist in Roland Petit\'s \"Die Fledermaus\", Hungarian officer in Kenneth MacMillan\'s \"Mayerling,\" roles in George Balanchine\'s \"Theme and Variations,\" Twyla Tharp\'s \"Variations on a Theme by Haydn,\" William Forsythe\'s \"The vertiginous thrill of exactitude\", \"Skew-Whiff\" by Paul Lightfoot and Sol Leon, Jiri Bubenicek \"Le souffle de l\'esprit\", András Lukács\'s \"Duo\", Marco Goecke \"Mopey\" and José Martinez\'s \"Delibes Suite\"

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