Contemporary dance / Dancer
The Japanese girl was born in Nagasaki in 1996 and began her training at the Royal Ballet School in London. Prior to joining the Saarland State Theater for four years she danced classical repertoire at the Royal Ballet Company in London. In Saarbrücken, they danced under the direction of Marguerite Donlon primarily contemporary choreography by Rui Horta, Amanda Miller, Jiri Kylian and Marguerite Donlon. She created her own choreographies, including Two Reasons , Patterns Sad and (ID) . Hitomi Kuhara since the 2006/2007 season, a member of the ballet ensemble of the National Theater in Mannheim.
- Ballett Mannheim