KIrill Burlov 

KIrill Burlov 

KIRILL BURLOV
Artistic Director

Kirill Burlovs life work has been Dance, he began studying ballet at age four in his native Riga, Latvia, then part of the Soviet Union. His danced for the Latvian National Ballet and by his early twenties he made the move to England, pirouetting his way through prestigious English Ballet institutions, Northern Ballet, Royal Opera House, Michael Clark Company and Londons Rambert. Notable projects with English National Ballet, Burst, Neon, & the Cathy Marston Projects. His dance style experienced a reinvention from Classical to Contemporary, as did his career he became sought after Choreographer, premiering his work in Rambert, Latvian National Opera, Coronet Theatre @theprintroom, Opera Hong Kong, Slovenian National Opera, Institute of Contemporary Art, British Film Institute, London Fashion Week, British Museum, Tate Modern amongst the other galleries and performance platforms. His musical collaborations with renowned composers are vast, including Gabriel Prokofiev, Emika, Platon Buravicky, Fabio D’Andrea musicians Reinis Zarins, Satoko Fukuda, and Ksenija Sidorova. He has also worked with visual artists Khadijah von Zinnenburg, Laura Malacart and Roger Eager. His creative ventures with Kristaps Petersons have been multi award winning, with the latest work “Mikhail and Mikhail Playing Chess” winning 12 major awards.

He’s taken on film, theater, and TV roles. He is now in the fourth year of providing artistic direction for the Baltic Art Form and he still performs. His breadth of experience puts him in good stead to make artistic decisions unrelated to his own career and to think more seriously about creating opportunities for others. He helps the BAF festivals create and stick to a vision whilst reveling in the camaraderie of artist collaboration bringing his positive energy and unique talent as director. 

Kirill continues to test boundaries working with varied scale interactive projects for a variety of audiences bringing dance out of conventional spaces. For more information visit  www.kirillburlov.com

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AJAY DOMUN
Producer

Ajay had his first brush with the performing arts in London in 2002 whilst still studying for his post-graduate when he was picked to appear as the lead character in the open air production of Sherlock Holme’ s The Man With The Twisted Lips, directed by Prof B J Rahn.  Since then, he got so hooked that, after graduating and whilst still working full-time in a marketing day job, he took an evening job as Front of House Assistant in 2004 at the St Martin’s ‘The Mousetrap’ -  what he then saw as a foot in the door in the theatre world -  where he worked until 2009. A stroke of luck later brought him in touch with Rambert’ s lead dancer Kirill Burlov in 2006, who introduced him to the contemporary dance circuit.  Ajay trained in acting under Shola Adewusi at the Bush House Acting Group. Working alongside Kirill he is now viewed as a crucial team member of the Baltic Art Form.

       
  
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    ARTURS MASKATS     Artistic Advisor     Arturs Maskats is a famous Latvian composer and musical director. He was a musical director in Latvian National Opera for over 15 years and musical advisor to Latvian Concerts and Cesu Music and Art Festival. As a composer he is widely performed internationally including a variety of the UK events including Barbicans Arts Centre and St Johns Church. Arturs Maskats has been awarded the Lielā mūzikas balva (Great Music Award) in 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2011.

 

ARTURS MASKATS
Artistic Advisor

Arturs Maskats is a famous Latvian composer and musical director. He was a musical director in Latvian National Opera for over 15 years and musical advisor to Latvian Concerts and Cesu Music and Art Festival. As a composer he is widely performed internationally including a variety of the UK events including Barbicans Arts Centre and St Johns Church. Arturs Maskats has been awarded the Lielā mūzikas balva (Great Music Award) in 1996, 2001, 2002 and 2011.

     EMMA LISTER   Artistic Assistant   Emma trained at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet. She has danced with The National Ballet of Ireland, English National Ballet and as principal with English Youth Ballet. Her other repertoire includes pieces by Hans van Manen, John Neumeier, George Balanchine, Derek Deane and Morgann Runnacre-Temple.  Her recent experience includes dance captain for Icon Dance's project at The British Museum, rehearsal director for Ludovic Ondiviela’s collaboration with Gandini Juggling, 4x4: Ephemeral Architectures (ROH) and continues as rehearsal director for its international tour.  She was The National Ballet of Ireland's rehearsal and tour director. She is assistant to Kirill Burlov from November. 

 

EMMA LISTER
Artistic Assistant

Emma trained at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet. She has danced with The National Ballet of Ireland, English National Ballet and as principal with English Youth Ballet. Her other repertoire includes pieces by Hans van Manen, John Neumeier, George Balanchine, Derek Deane and Morgann Runnacre-Temple.

Her recent experience includes dance captain for Icon Dance's project at The British Museum, rehearsal director for Ludovic Ondiviela’s collaboration with Gandini Juggling, 4x4: Ephemeral Architectures (ROH) and continues as rehearsal director for its international tour.  She was The National Ballet of Ireland's rehearsal and tour director. She is assistant to Kirill Burlov from November. 

     ANASTASIA BELTYUKOVA    Art Director, Consultant     Anastasia is an award-winning independent graphic designer / art director / illustrator, originally from Russia, currently based in London. Her small multidisciplinary practice manages a diverse range of projects for clients large and small, as well as self-inspired projects.   Among her clients are CNN, ITV, Channel 5, Public Health England,  Odeon Cinemas, Bacardi, University Of The Arts London, and many more.   Anastasia is also a fine artist. Her screen prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally and published in various printed and electronic media. Some of them are part of private collections worldwide.     www.tribambuka.co.uk

 

ANASTASIA BELTYUKOVA
Art Director, Consultant

Anastasia is an award-winning independent graphic designer / art director / illustrator, originally from Russia, currently based in London. Her small multidisciplinary practice manages a diverse range of projects for clients large and small, as well as self-inspired projects. Among her clients are CNN, ITV, Channel 5, Public Health England, Odeon Cinemas, Bacardi, University Of The Arts London, and many more.

Anastasia is also a fine artist. Her screen prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums internationally and published in various printed and electronic media. Some of them are part of private collections worldwide.

www.tribambuka.co.uk