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Jordi Roig

Jordi Roig

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Born in Lleida, Spain. From an early age he started to work in the field of plastic arts under the strong influence of his father, an artistic well known for his paintings of the ballet world. He studied scenic arts, puppetry and dance at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona. In the early 1987 he ended his dance career in order to devote his time to costume and set design. Notably in that year he was invited by the association of dance artists and sculptors of Paris to exibit his work at the IV Biennale. Further studies brought him together with Ezio Frigerio. He created sets and costumes for productions like, Nureyew’s “Swan Lake”, Malakhov’s “Die Bajadere”, “Maskenball”, “Cinderella”, “La Peri”, “Swan lake”, Spoerli’s “Coppelia”, “Les Indes Galantes”, “Don Quixote” among many others …

He’s worked for Directors and Choreographers like Marcia Haidee, Vladimir Malakhov, Rudolf Nureyew, Heinz Spoerli, Manuel Legris, Victor Ullate, Renato Zanella, Terence Kohler, Edward Clug,… etc. and Theaters and Companies like Stuttgarter Ballet, Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Philarmoniker, New Year’s Concert, Semperoper Dresden, Les Ballets de Montecarlo, Introdans, Deutschen Oper Berlin, Zurich ballet, Staatsoper unter den Linden Berlin, Bayerisches Staatsballet, Staatstheater Karlsruhe, Teatre Nacional de catalunya, Finnish National Ballet, Hong Kong Ballet, Teatre lliure, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens,… etc. For Goyo Montero's premiere "A Midsummernight's Dream", he designed the costume design for the first time at the Staatstheater Nürnberg.

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