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Vladimir Angelov

Vladimir Angelov (choreographer, director of “TransParent”) --- a native from Bulgaria, graduated from the National Ballet School in Sofia. He studied Philosophy at the University of Sofia, and in 1996 completed a Master of Arts degree in contemporary dance at the American University in Washington, DC. Mr. Angelov’s dances have been shown at “New Choreographers on Pointe” in New York, Vienna TanzFest in Austria, Paris International Dance Festival, Japan Fall Festival in Kyoto, and All Latin American Dance Festival in Puerto Rico among others. Beside his regular work with CityDance Ensemble, he has also choreographed for companies such as the Arizona Ballet, Indianapolis Ballet, Richmond Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Washington Ballet, as well as the Alberta Ballet in Canada and the Kirov Ballet in St.

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Watch Past Performances

Dance On Camera ‘04: 12/2/04: Dance On Camera ‘04:

Dance On Camera ‘04: Films scheduled are Rest in Peace by Annik Vroom, Holland 2000; Pretty Big Dig II by Anne Troake, Canada 2003; and LeP/Tit Bal by Philippe Decoufle, France 1994; Meeting Apart by Melissa Greco and Ludovic Jolivet, produced by CityDance FilmWORKS; the world premiere of Vladimir Angelov’s Edge of Dreams starring Rasta Thomas and featuring the CityDance Ensemble; and the film and live performance of Paul Gordon Emerson’s Falling into the Sea.

Dance On Camera ‘04:

Dance On Camera ‘04: Films scheduled are Rest in Peace by Annik Vroom, Holland 2000; Pretty Big Dig II by Anne Troake, Canada 2003; and LeP/Tit Bal by Philippe Decoufle, France 1994; Meeting Apart by Melissa Greco and Ludovic Jolivet, produced by CityDance FilmWORKS; the world premiere of Vladimir Angelov’s Edge of Dreams starring Rasta Thomas and featuring the CityDance Ensemble; and the film and live performance of Paul Gordon Emerson’s Falling into the Sea.
Dance On Camera ‘04 12/1/04: Dance On Camera ‘04

Dance On Camera ‘04: Films scheduled are Fly by Shona McCullagh, New Zealand 2003; Burnt by Holger Gruss, Germany 1998; Horses Never Lie by Caroline Richardson, Canada 2001; and Black Spring by Benoit Dervaux, France/Nigeria 2003; Vladimir Angelov’s Deep Surface, told in two mediums—film and live performance.

Dance On Camera ‘04

Dance On Camera ‘04: Films scheduled are Fly by Shona McCullagh, New Zealand 2003; Burnt by Holger Gruss, Germany 1998; Horses Never Lie by Caroline Richardson, Canada 2001; and Black Spring by Benoit Dervaux, France/Nigeria 2003; Vladimir Angelov’s Deep Surface, told in two mediums—film and live performance.
Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble 9/21/04: Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble present TransParent. Angelov from Bulgaria who currently teaches at GWU, has choreographed works for the Richmond Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, the Alberta Ballet in Canada, and the Kirov Ballet in Russia.

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble present TransParent. Angelov from Bulgaria who currently teaches at GWU, has choreographed works for the Richmond Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, the Alberta Ballet in Canada, and the Kirov Ballet in Russia.
Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble 9/20/04: Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble present TransParent. Angelov from Bulgaria who currently teaches at GWU, has choreographed works for the Richmond Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, the Alberta Ballet in Canada, and the Kirov Ballet in Russia.

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble

Vladimir Angelov with CityDance Ensemble present TransParent. Angelov from Bulgaria who currently teaches at GWU, has choreographed works for the Richmond Ballet, the San Francisco Ballet, the Alberta Ballet in Canada, and the Kirov Ballet in Russia.

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