Zoran Marcovic, PAR Guest Professor in Dance The students of the PAR in Dance end the month of March 2022 with a very special visit. The dancer, teacher and choreographer Zoran Marcovic will teach them from the 22nd to the 25th.
Céline Serverius, Pablo Goethals, Marili Talieri and Lia Suárez, four students of the High Performance Program, will travel to Reus (Tarragona) to participate in the tenth edition of the Roseta Mauri International Prize and the artistic director, Rodolfo Castellanos, will accompany them to the Fortuny Theater.
For this reason and to share techniques of other professionals, the Romanian will be for a week teaching classes to the students of the PAR in Dance.
Zoran will enjoy the mornings with the dancers of the program, and will help them improve their techniques and their skills as a teacher in the lessons of classical technique, step to two and variations.
In addition, during his stay at the PAR, he will hold a workshop with the students to share and teach their dance technique and, in this way, offer them a new perspective of this art thanks to the work of John Inger’s choreographies on which his work will be based during these days.
Extensive professional career
Zoran Marcovic was born in Belgrade, Romania, in 1974 and began his dance studies at the National Ballet School “Lujo Davico”, continued his training at the Princess Grace school in Monaco and finished his apprenticeship at the Hamburg Ballet School.
Dresden Ballet company, directed by V. Dervianko, gave him the opportunity to sign his first contract and to dance as a soloist for the first time. After passing through there, he landed on the Thoss-TanzKompanie, where he remained until 2006. That same year he toured Asia playing Don José in the Suite Carmen Ballet developed by Mats Ek for the Lyon Opera.
After finishing the tour he joined Netherlands Dance Theatre I de Haya, a company in which he stayed until 2008, when he decided to continue his professional career as an independent artist.
Zoran has combined his artistic career as a dancer with his work as a teacher, choreographer, choreography and conducting assistant, repeater and rehearsal director.
The Romanian has taught classes and workshops in several countries around the world such as Spain, United States and Australia, and for various companies and schools.
He has been assistant and director of choreography rehearsals of great professionals such as Lukas Timulak, Cayetano Soto, Fernando Hernando Magadan or Adonis Fonyadakis; and as a choreographer he has created pieces for the Nanine Linning Dance Company and Lucerne Dance Company, among others.