Stanislav Genadiev & Violeta Vitanova
Stanislav Genadiev and Violeta Vitanova are one of the most known and iconic choreographers in Bulgaria. They have graduated from the National School of Dance Art in Sofia. They danced in the Swiss troupe "Linga" (Linga), participated in the performances of "Astapovo" Station and "Elabuga" Station with director Margarita Mladenova and Ivan Dobchev at the Sfumato Theater Workshop, Sofia. As dancers, they work and collaborate with choreographers from Switzerland and Spain.
Since 2007, they have participated as dancers and choreographers in the Kinesthetic Project, with their joint work beginning in 2006 while Stanislav dancing in Linga. Their first successful show is called "Imago" (2006), for which they also receive the first in the history of the Union of Artists of Bulgaria awards "Icarus" for the debut of a dance performance. In 2013, they won Icarus for a dance performance for the choreography of The Mousetrap in Hamlet with director Yavor Gerdev. Stanislav Genadiev was awarded a diploma by the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Bulgaria on the occasion of May 24 - the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and Slavic Writing (2013). They have worked in the field of Drama theatre with directors such as: Qendra Multimedia,Javor Gardev ,Theatre-Laboratory Sfumato,Младежки театър „Николай Бинев“,Stayko Murdjev
Projects "Homeopathos" (2006), "25.03" (2007), "Void" (2008), "Caligula" - production by Yavor Gerdev at Stoyan Buchvarov Drama Theater - Varna, in which they are choreographers (2008), "Reverb" (2009), "Ductus" (2009), "Abduction" (2009), "(Re) flexible" (2010), "Back [up] "(2011)," Tri3avisim "(2012)," Night Butterfly "- production of Yavor Gerdev at the Ivan Vazov National Theater - Sofia, which features choreographers (2012)," Hamlet "- performance by Yavor Gerdev at the Ivan Vazov National Theater in Sofia, featuring choreographers and actors (2012), 2Replicate (2012), Cardiogram (2013), The Demolition of the Eiffel Tower "( 2013), Big Gun (2014), Ova (2014). “Synchronicity” (2016)