Haydee Marcia

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Classical Ballet / Artistic Director

Brazilian. He studied at the Royal Ballet School and later joined the company of the Marquis de Cuevas. In 1961, John Cranko, the Stuttgart Ballet led to as First Soloist and became his muse. Roles created for her female protagonists of Romeo and Juliet, Eugene Onegin and The Taming of the Shrew that Haydee played throughout his career with his most important partner, Richard Cragun, the most prestigious international stages. Also other artists such as Kenneth MacMillan was inspired by his art to create works such as The Song of the Earth and Requiem, John Neumeier for The Lady of the Camellias and Endstation Sehnsucht, it also chose her as the star of his film The Lady of the Camellias- , and Maurice Béjart for Divine, Wien, Wien nur du allein Stühle and Die (The Chairs). In 1976 and until 1996 was director of the Stuttgart Ballet, and simultaneously between 1993 and 1996, the Ballet de Santiago was the first time. Marcia Haydee has worked with almost every company in the world and danced with Rudolf Nureyev partenaires as Mikhail Baryshnikov, Anthony Dowell and Jorge Donn, among many others. He also produced their own versions of Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, The Firebird, Giselle and Enas. In July 2004 he was again as Artistic Director of Ballet de Santiago (Chile) and has created work for the Company\'s Carmen in two acts with music full of Bizet\'s Opera, and Cinderella, with costumes and scenery for Raymundo Larraín . Among other distinctions, Marcia Haydee received from the University of Stuttgart the title of Doctor HC and the Minister President of Baden-Wuerttemberg, the university lecturer. Finally, in 2004, Brazilian President conferred the Order of Cultural Merit.

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