18. November 2022.




The traditional Open Door will be held on November 24th , 2022. in the Belgrade Dance Institute and include a contemporary dance workshop led by guest professor Tijana Prendović.

The Open Door is intended for students from the first to the fourth year of secondary ballet schools and dance studios.


The contemporary dance workshop will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Institute’s New Hall.


Applications for participation in the workshops are made via email: katarina.bucic@iui.rs 

With the indication: Open door


The application should contain:


The fee for participation is 1500 RSD

Payment is made to the bank account of the Institute: 265167031000009130;

Call number: JMBG of candidate;

Purpose of payment: Open door Tijana Prendović

Example of payment slip:


If you have any questions, you can contact us by email: katarina.bucic@iui.rs or phone: 011/41 40 421


Tijana Prendović was born in Belgrade in 1990. She graduated from Ballet High School Lujo Davičo, department of contemporary dance. She studied in the Netherlands at the University of the Arts in Amsterdam, where she graduated in 2012, department of contemporary dance.

During 2013, as a freelance artist, she interned in two dance troupes from the Netherlands – Krisztina de Chatel (Dance Group Amsterdam) and Keren Levi (The Dry Piece). In 2014, she performed three performances on the stage of the German theater in Oldenburg, choreographed by Sungyop Hong (Was Sie Bewegt), Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar (Plafona), Guy Weizman and Roni Haver (Finale Grande). From 2014 to 2020, she performed several performances on the stage of the National Theater in Mainz, Germany: 2014/2015. performs My Private Odyssey choreographed by Guy Weizman and Roni Haver; Montreal choreographed by Danièle Desnoyers and José Navas. 2015/2016. performed 4 choreographed by Guy Weizman and Roni Haver; Plafona Now choreographed by Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar; Object choreographed by Garry Stewart; Sehnsucht, limited edition choreographed by Koen Augustijnen. 2016/2017. performs FAM – Red Acts choreographed by Eleonora Lachky; Magma- Fall Seven Times choreographed by Guy Nader and Maria Campos; Shift choreographed by Rui Horta; Hochzeit choreographed by Koen Augustijnen. 2017/2018. performed Impetus in choreography by Guy Nader and Maria Campos; Small Places choreographed by Guy Weizman and Roni Haver. 2018/2019. performs Nothing (choreography by Roy Asaf); Twist (choreography by Victor Quijada) 2019/2020. performs Tambora (choreography by Giuseppe Spoto); 3D (choreography by Mischa van Leeuwen, Scapino Ballet, *premiere postponed due to COVID-19).

Since 2019, she has been working as a professor of contemporary dance in Germany, Italy and Serbia: Munich (Iwanson School of Contemporary Dance), in Münster (Dance Theater Münster), in Wuppertal/Dusseldorf (Fabien Prioville Dance Company), in Hanover (Dance Point Hanover ), in Berlin (Marameo), in Bonn (Cocoon Dance Company), in Kassel (SOZO Visions in Motion; State Theater Kassel), in Frankfurt (HfMDK ; Dance Platform Rhein-Main), in Mainz (Tanzmainz Dance Company). In Serbia, i.e. in Belgrade, she taught at the ballet school Lujo Davico, and in Italy, Rome, she taught at the dance studio Professional Dance Department (Dance Studio Dipartimento Professionale Danza).


This contemporary training is based on a specific approach to floor-work technique that includes acrobatic and athletic elements. Dynamic energy, concentration and fun are key aspects of the class. Participants will train their technical skills while moving through different levels at varying speeds, increasing alertness and developing the capacity to adapt to what’s going on in space.. The training challenges spatial awareness, as well as a dancer’s ability to sense and react to others in space. Partnering skills including inviting and receiving weight, trust, and listening are incorporated in the training. The class culminates with the experience of sharing energy while dancing as a group.


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