Sat 18.03.2017    17:00    map

LIKE//Public talk with Silvia Ghiață

"Ever since childhood I've been fascinated by dancing. My mother took me to the ballet class at the Army House to discover this art. I was five years old, this was happening in the '50s. I attended both the music school and the choreography high school for four years, and after that I chose Dance.
Fast forward to 1990. I was a TV host at TVR when the revolution came. And I chose... DANCE! I came up with the project The World of Dance... It lasted for 15 years! I was happy that I could show the world something else beside classical ballet. That dance can mean something other than convention, pointe, convention, pointe.
Angelin Preljoçaj, Karine Saporta, Mats Ek, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Vava Ștefănescu, Florin Fieroiu, Cosmin Manolescu, Mihai Mihalcea and so many other names... 15 years of satisfaction and love for DANCE.” (Silvia Ghiață)


Bio
Silvia Ghiață graduated from the Choreography High school in 1968, the Faculty of Journalism in 1981 and was awarded an AFAA scholarship for contemporary dance managers in France, in 1992. She was a ballerina at the National Opera (1968-1972) and a TV host between 1972 and 2003 at the National Television. As a producer, she created or supported the projects "La danse en voyage” and "Gigi Căciuleanu and his guests”. In July 1999, Silvia Ghiaţă was the artistic director of the International Dance Festival in Constanţa. Her awards for supporting contemporary dance include the APTR prize (1993) for the choreographic poem "Toamna/Autumn" from the "Seasons" cycle by Antonio Vivaldi, the APTR prize (1995) for choreographic TV shows, the Prize of the Romanian Union of Choreographers and Performers for her choreographic TV shows (1995 and 2000), from APTR. Her international activity includes the Monaco Danse Forum, where she selected for videodance productions within the IMZ Dance Screen Contest (2000) and the International Festival FIPA – Biarritz, where she was president of the section "Music, Shows” (2001).

Free entrance.