Juraj Žilinčár

Juraj Žilinčár

Demi-soloist
He graduated at The Eva Jaczová Dance Conservatory in Bratislava in 2002.
 
In 2002 he joined the corps de ballet of the Slovak National Theatre and, in 2007, he was promoted to soloist.
 
His repertory with the Slovak National Theatre includes principal and solo roles such as Warhol (Warhol, ch. M. Radačovský), Puck (Midsummer’s Night Dream, ch. Y. Vámos; ch. E. Frey), Jester (Swan Lake, ch. R. Avnikian after M. Petipa, L. Ivanov), Golden Idol, Magdayeva – leading fakir (La Bayadère, ch. R. Avnikian after M. Petipa), Quasimodo (La Esmeralda, ch. V. Medvedev after M. Petipa), Sätojanko (A Beetle Was Born, ch. I. Holováč), Dopey (Snow White and Seven Racers, ch. L. Vaculík), Gem Prince, Drake (Bearskin, ch. J. Ďurovčík), Postman (Slovak Dances, ch. N. Horečná), Merkucio (Romeo and Juliet … Just Like Yesterday, ch. N. Horečná), Mechanical soldier, Nucracker, Russian dance (The Nutcracker, ch. F. Nault), Stassik Nijinsky (Nijinsky – God of Dance, ch. D. de Andrade) Trinkulo (The Tempest, ch. S. Vlčeková), Young Chaplin (Chaplin, The Tramp – Homage to the Prodigy, ch D. de Andrade), Sancho Panza (Don Quixote, ch. V. Medvedev, S. Fečo after M. Petipa), Sganarel (Don Juan, ch. I. Holováč), Pronský (Ivan the Terrible, ch. L. Vaculík). He also danced in ballet Susto (ch. P. Lightfoot, S. León), Six Dances (ch. J. Kylián), Real Time (ch. L. Timulák) Zmena/Change (ch. M. Radačovský), Povolať! (ch. J. Ševčík), Anjeli nad mestom (ch. I. Holováč).
 
Awards:
International Youth Ballet Competition in Nagoya (2002) – gold medal
International Ballet Competition in Varna (2002) – semi–final
National Ballet Competition in Tokyo (2003) – bronze medal
International Ballet Competition in Vienna (2004) – bronze medal

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