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Name: Tamas Nagy                                                                                

Date of Birth: 28.February 1975

Height: 184 cm

Weight:  72 kg

Address: Waterlooplein 22. 1011PG, Amsterdam

Portable: +31/629/585050 or +36/30/6827847

E_Mail: t.z.nagy@mac.com                 /////              Home Page: www.tamasnagy.net 

I graduated at the Hungarian Dance Art Academy in 1994 and received the Bachelor’s Diploma ( BA ). In the same year, I joined the Hungarian State Opera Ballet Company, The Hungarian National Ballet. In 1995 I was promoted to principal soloist. In 1999 I got invited to join the Dutch National Ballet, in Amsterdam also as principal soloist. In both companies I have been dancing practically all the leading principal roles and also I have been working with other companies and danced in various gala performances around the world as a guest artist. For the last two years I’ve been working on my Master’s Degree ( MA ) and I’m expected to receive my diploma later this year.

Grants:            1993: 1st prize of the academy’s competition

                        1995: Finalist at the Osaka International Ballet Competition

                        1996: 2nd prize winner of the Nureyev International Ballet Competition

                        1996: Philip Morris Hungarian Ballet Award

                        1998: Viktor Fülöp Scholarship of the Hungarian State

                        2002: Harangozó Prize of the Hungarian Ministry of Culture

                        2003: EuropaS Ballet Award

                       

Repertoire:     M. Petipa; P. Wright; P. Chalmer: Sleeping Beauty – Prince Desire

                        Petipa, Ratmansky: Don Quijote – Basil

                        Lawrovsky: Giselle – Albert

                        Bournonville: La Sylphide – James

                        Makarova: La Bayadere – Solor

                        Vajnonen, W. Eagling, A. Page: The Nutcracker – Prince

                        D.Deane, Y.Vamos, van Danzig: Swan Lake – Prince Siegfried

                        Cranko: Onjegin – Lensky

                        Seregi: Sylvia – Amynthas, Spartacus    Crassus

                        Glen Tetley: Pierrot Lunaire – Pierrot                       

F. Ashton: Cinderella – Prince, Midsummer Night’s Dream – Oberon

Symphonic Variations – Center Boy,

G. Balanchine: Serenade, Four Temperaments-Melancholic, Symphony in C- 1st and 2nd movement, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux, Brahms-Schönberg Quartet – 2nd movement, Symphony in 3 movements, Duo Concertant, Theme and Variation – Principal Man

Seregi, van Danzig: Romeo and Juliet – Romeo

Hans van Mannen: Concertante, Adagio Hammerklavier, Metaforen

                        Petipa: Paquita-, Le Corsaire-, Esmeralda- Pas de Deux

                        J.Kylian: Symphony in D-major, Clouds

N. deValois: Chess Mate – First Red Knight

K. Pastor: In Light and Shadow

L. Partay: Anna Karenina – Levin, Othello

MacMillan: Concerto  

                                               

Guestings:      Opera de Nice, Deutcher Oper am Rhein, Düsseldorf --- Swan Lake

                        Teatro Opera di Roma --- Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Don Quiote

                        Rambert Ballet, London --- Pierro Lunaire

                        Royal Scottish Ballet, Finnish National Ballet --- Nutcracker

                        Sapporo Ballet, Japan --- Giselle

Various Gala Performances:     Korea, Japan, USA, France, Germany, Mexico, Brasil, Finnland, Russia, Czech Republic