The Dancers’ Series #1: Novy Bereber

Oct 30, 2011 by

[adsenseyu1] Novy Bereber is the Philippines’ leading young choreographer – the only artist to have created works for all the major companies in his country: the national dance company, Ballet Philippines; the country’s flagship classical company, Ballet Manila; the Philippine Cultural Centre’s other resident company, Philippines’ Ballet Theatre; the Philippines’ contemporary dance company, Airdance; and the premier folkloric/contemporary company of his native Visayas region, Dagyaw. Read more here.

Photo taken by Australian photographer Rafal Gaweda.

Ballet Philippines' BUHAY choreographed by Alden Lugnasin

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Ballet Philippines' Les Petit Mots d'Amour by French Choreographer Redha

When Novy was asked “WHY DO YOU DANCE?” He says,
I dance because I feel I have so many things to say to so many people and when I express myself in dance, I know people all over the world will understand what I’m trying to say – no matter what their language is. Novy is Ilonggo. Novy is a dancer and a choreographer.

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MyIloilo.net believes in art and artists. It seeks to uphold the truth of the imagination. Boundless. Eccentric. Orgasmic. This week, we pay tribute to some of the best Ilonggo dancers — whether active or inactive in the performing arts at the moment. Their contribution to the Ilonggo pride in the arts scene is worth immortalizing through this blogsite. There are so many of them and we will try our best to accommodate as many as possible. If you feel the urge to make that dancer/artist feel good of his or her craft, please don’t hesitate to email me at rl.rodriguezph@gmail.com. Send at least 2 photos of the dancer and his/her short profile.        

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