BELGRADE PREMIERE OF THE DANCE PERFORMANCE MOŽIČEK
As part of the celebration of the Slovenian Cultural Holiday on February 8th, the dance play for children and adults Možiček by the Slovenian composer Josip Ipavac, choreographed by Gjergj Pervazija and Prof. Aleksandar Ilić was premiered at Small Theatre Duško Radović in Belgrade.
The dance performance Možiček, which consists of two choreographic works, was premiered as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the death of the composer Ipavac on December 27th last year at the Slovenian People’s Theater in Celje (Slovenia). The first part of the play RE: start was done by Gjergj Pervazi, and the second part of the play Možiček by Aleksandar Ilić.
The play was performed by players of the International Dance Platform Balkan Dance Project Mojca Majcen and Patricija Crnkovič from Slovenia, Branko Mitrović from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Jakša Filipovac from Serbia and musicians Ana Semić Bursać – piano, Uroš Bičanin – violin, Zoran Bičanin – violin, Miha Firšt – contrabass.
The author’s team is composed of Slovenia and Serbia, dramaturgy by Nuša Komplet Peperko, scenography by Matija Kovač, costume by Aleksandra Karović, lighting by Aleksander Plut, this time done with the support of a lighting designer from our theater.
The play was produced by the Balkan Dance Project co-produced by the House of Culture Celje, the Velenje Festival and the Association of Professional Ballet Dancers, Choreographers and Ballet Educators of Serbia.
Photography by Belkisa Beka Abdulovic