Bruno Listopad

Bruno Listopad is a choreographer that studied dance and art. He made his debut in the Netherlands in 1998 at the Holland Dance Festival and received a number of awards among which the Prize of Interpretation Prix Volinine, Prize Ribeiro da Fonte, Amsterdam Encouragement Prize, and the Philip Morris Art Prize. His works have been produced and commissioned by Korzo Producties, Dansateliers, Acarte, Productiehuis Zeebelt, CCB, NAi, Productiehuis Rotterdam, Holland Dance Festival, Springdance Festival, Krisztina de Ch√Ętel, Ballet Gulbenkian, Rotterdam-Porto Cultural Capitals 2001, Dance Works Rotterdam, Nye Carte Blanche, HNB and Something Raw Festival. He has co-directed the research institute Danslab, and co-curated exhibitions at TENT Rotterdam and Stroom Den Haag. As an educator he has been working in institutions such as ArtEZ Master of Choreography and Theatre Practices, Master Artistic Research KABK, Master Artistic Research UvA, DasArts Master of Theatre, St. Lucas School of Arts Antwerp, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, DAS Choreography and SNDO in which he works as a teacher and as a mentor since 2013.