Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep
Mariss Liyep, surely, is among outstanding dancers and choreographers of the 20th eyelid. In the course of training it absorbed in itself(himself) zaniye and techniques of 2 dancing schools – capital and Riga. In dance Maris Liyep always aspired to express accurate typicalness of own parties.

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

The small biography Rodilsya Maris on July 27, 1936 in Riga. Father Edward worked as the driver of a scene in the Latvian state opera. In many respects thanks to it Maris went to the ballet school which later has turned into the Riga dancing school. V.Blinov became the first teacher Liyepy, both his skill and pedagogical possibilities have bolshushchy impact on formation of Liyepy, as professional dancer.

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

Celebrated personalities in the world of dances – Maris Liyep

The career the Independent career of Liyepy began at the Riga opera and ballet theater. The last performance at the Riga theater was remembered to the audience for a long time. Liyep performed Siegfried’s part in «The swan lake». There was a Capital musical theater later. The seasons spent at this theater, were very productive for Marisa. It executed many new parties which have won conclusive spectator success: Феба in "Esmeralda", Lionel in "Joan of Arc" and Conrad in "Corsair". Soon Mariss Liyep himself put and performed dancing parts, and is concrete, the Shepherd in «The wood fairy», Sindbada in "Shekherezada".

I wish to dance 100 years Late there were numerous successful performances, the edition of own book and solemn celebration of the 30 anniversary of creative activity. By Kakzhdoye from 4501 performances Marisa Liyepy left a visible trace in a world choreography and dancing art. Maris Liyep expressed the burning credo and the relation to dances in the book «I wish to dance 100 years», published in the Latvian language in 1981.

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