Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Music: Otto Bubeníček, Johann Sebastian Bach,
Roman Hoffstetter, Johann Pachelbel
Sets, costumes and video: Otto Bubeníček
Lighting: Jiří Bubeníček, Fabio Antoci
Dancers: Otto Bubeníček, Jiří Bubeníček, Jón Vallejo,
Raquél Martínez, Anna Merkulova, Elena Vostrotina,
Duosi Zhu, Claudio Cangialosi, Arsen Mehrabyan, 
Francesco Pio Ricci, Michael Tucker.


Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Music: Otto Bubeníček
Costumes: Otto Bubeníček
Lighting: Jiří Bubeníček, Fabio Antoci
Dancers: Anna Merkulova, Iana Salenko, Duosi Zhu, 
Claudio Cangialosi, Arsen Mehrabyan, Michael Tucker, Jón Vallejo.


Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček
Music: Francis Poulenc, Claude Debussy
Sets and costumes: Otto Bubeníček
Lighting: Fabio Antoci, Jiří Bubeníček
Dancers: Raphaël Coumes-Marquet, Jón Vallejo, Claudio Cangialosi,
Jan Oratynski, Francesco Pio Ricci, Johannes Schmidt,
Michael Tucker, Fabien Voranger.

Choreography: Jiří Bubeníček, Otto Bubeníček
Music: Keith Jarrett, Bruno Moretti
Costumes: Denisa Nova
Sets: Otto Bubeníček
Lighting: Jiří Bubeníček, Fabio Antoci
Photography: Klemens Renner
Dancers: Otto Bubeníček, Jiří Bubeníček, Raquél Martínez.


Ruben Celiberti is a world-class dancer, singer, and pianist who has performed with the leading stars of theatre, ballet, and television in Europe and Latin America. Born in Rosario, Argentina, he trained at the Conservatory of the Colon Theater in Buenos Aires, studying classical dance, voice, and piano. After winning the Serge Lifar Competition (Paris), Mr Celiberti entered the Ballet Nacional de Marseille directed by Roland Petit where he toured the world and began work in television with international dancer Zizi Jeanmaire. Ruben Celiberti later began a long collaboration with the RAI Television Network in Italy – a country that has honoured him with numerous awards: the Gino Tani Award for the Performing Arts, the Fontana di Roma Award for Best Eclectic Artist, the Leonide Massine Award for Dance (Positano). As a principal dancer, he has performed with some of ballet’s leading names: Carla Fracci, Julio Bocca, Vittorio Biagi. In Argentina, he is the winner of the ACE Award as Outstanding Performer of the Year, the Trinidad Guevara Award as Best Choreographer, and the Teatro Colon Dance Award under the auspices of UNESCO.


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