Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest. Music by Philip Glass, choreography by Mauricio Wainrot. Benois de la Danse 2016 Gala, Laureates of different years, shot on 18.5.2016 in The Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow.

Check out all dances from 18.5.2016 Benois de la Danse 2016 Gala, Laureates of different years

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich Ruben Rodriguez Tempest-104

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest.

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez in Tempest

Check out all dances from 18.5.2016 Benois de la Danse 2016 Gala, Laureates of different years

Sol Rourich and Ruben Rodriguez are soloists of Contemporary Ballet of Theatre San-Martin (Ballet Contemporáneo del Teatro San Martín) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Mauricio Wainrot is currently Artistic Director of Ballet Contemporáneo del Teatro San Martin of Buenos Aires and Permanent Guest Choreographer of The Royal Ballet of Flanders, Belgium. Wainrot is a former Artistic Director of Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal in Canada and Grupo de Danza Contemporánea of Teatro San Martín of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied at the Teatro Colón High School of Arts in Buenos Aires and danced as principal guest dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the Teatro Municipal Ballet of Rio de Janeiro, the Ballet de Cámara of Caracas, the Ballet Contemporáneo of Buenos Aires and the Grupo de Danza Contemporánea of Teatro San Martín in Buenos Aires. Wainrot left Argentina in 1986 when invited by Ulf Gaad, Artistic Director of the Goteborg Opera of Sweden, to stage Anne Frank,Symphony of Psalms and Three Argentine Dances. As a result of the success of this program, he was invited to set his works and to create new ones for companies in Europe and in America. More than thirty-five companies have premiered Wainrot’s works in the last 14 years.

Photos by Jack Devant Ballet Photography with kind permission of the Benois de la Danse and Bolshoi Theatre, special thanks to Nina Kudriavtseva-Loory and Regina Nikiforova.

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