Shintaro Oue

1975, JP


Born in 1975 in Kyoto, Shintaro starts his dance training in Japan and continues it in Germany at the John Neumeier Ballet School in Hamburg.
In 1993 he wins a scholarship at the Prix de Lausanne for his last year at the John Neumeier Ballet School and is also supported by the Pierino Ambrosoli Foundation.
From 1994 to 1997 he dances with the Hamburg Ballet.
From 1997 to 1999 he dances with Nederlands Dans Theater II.
From 1999 to 2004 Shintaro works as a freelance dancer and choreographer. 2004, he is engaged with the Cullberg Ballet and danced in works by Johan Inger and Mats Ek.
In 2002, he is one of the speakers supporting the seminars of the Prix de Lausanne.
In 2005 he wins the 1st prize at the International Competition for Choreographers Hanover for the choreography of the Pas de deux del a. Shintaro teaches at the 1st Gotland International Dance Seminar in Choreography for professional dancers, followed by performances in the Vita mountain park, Stockholm, and at the Linbury Theatre of the Royal Opera in London in September 2005.
In March 2005, Shintaro & Tilman Odonnell dances ene81MOHTH4 at the Hannover Competition in a production of 59 ° North (the Swedish Opera Ballet).

2007 Shintaro is working with the Andersson Dance Company and The Norrland Opera Symphony Orchestra and dances in the choreographies Triptych, Quartet # 7, Music: Dimitri Shostakovich, from Örjan Andersson.
2009 Shintaro works as a freelance choreographer and dancer in the Site Studio in Stockholm.
In 2010 he founds and makes the C / Ompanie together with Masahiro Yanagimoto and Shintaro Hirahara. At the Tokyo Performing Arts Festival 2010, they present Iki, te, tai, a reconstructed full version of Iki, shi, tai, initially listed in 2009 at the Saitama Arts Theater in Tokyo. 2011 create and dance Shintaro, Satoshi Kudo and Piotr Giro C/Ompany=equal, a show that deals with Japanese cultural stereotypes with intelligence and humor, and balances the physical abilities against a variety of Japanese codes and phenomena.
2014 Shintaro creates the Performance Protocol Relating to Status of Bucke and Rope with Shintaro Oue, Masahiro Yanagimoto, Shintaro Hirahara and Naoya Aoki for the Dansenhus Stockholm.

Prix de Lausanne