Stipa Michal

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Classical Ballet / Soloist

He studied between 1990–1998 at the Dancing Conservatoire in Brno, in 1998 took up an engagement in the ballet of the National Theatre in Brno. Since the season 2004–2005 he has been a soloist in the National Theatre in Prague. He introduced himself to the audience as the Prince in Swan Lake and in The Nutcracker – A Christmas Carol by the Youri Vàmos, as the Jean de Brienne in the Raymonda, as the Lensky in the Onegin by John Cranko. For the 1998–1999 season he received the Philip Morris Flower Award for best dance talent and three years later the main Philips Morris Flower Award for best classical dancer. In 2005 he was awarded the Thalia Prize for the role of Albert in Giselle, in 2008 he was awarded the Thalia Prize for the main role in Solo for Three by Petr Zuska. He appears at the Prague State Opera in a role Prince in Swan Lake and in Prokofiev’s Cinderella.

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  • Prague National Theatre
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