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Mr. Miguel Campaneria

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Permanent Guest Artist and Artistic Advisor
    Ballets de San Juan
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The Charleston Ballet - 2007 Program, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Renowned choreographer Miguel Campaneria will join our many scheduled guests and talented company to present this memorable ballet for you and your family.
Miguel Campaneria trained at the National Ballet School of Cuba and was a Bronze medal winner at the prestigious International Ballet Competition at Varna.He was a principal dancer with the National Ballet of Cuba, Les Grand Ballet de Canadians, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.A frequent guest of the Charleston Ballet, he is now Artistic Director of National Ballet Theatre of Puerto Rico and actively pursues an international career as a Teacher and Choreographer.
Well Known Cuban Artists, 1 Jan 2000 [cached]
Miguel Campaneria, ballet dancer, currently artistic director of the National Ballet Theater of Puerto Rico
The Charleston Ballet, 18 May 2012 [cached]
Miguel Campaneria The Charleston Ballet
The Charleston Ballet
Miguel Campaneria
Miguel Campaneria was born in Cuba and was trained at the National Ballet School of Cuba under the guidance of Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, and Azari Plisetski.
Upon leaving Cuba, Mr. Campaneria continued his ballet studies with such teachers as David Howard, Patricia Wilde, Gabriella Taub-Darvash, Melissa Hayden and Michael Maule.
As a principal dancer with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Mr. Campaneria partnered principal ballerinas Dagmar Kessler, Eleanor D'Antuono, and Francesca Corkle.
Mr. Campaneria subsequently joined the Ballets de San Juan as a principal dancer. Mr. Campaneria expanded his repertoire to include the roles of Franz in Alicia Alonso's and Frederic Franklin's Coppelia, James in Ivan Nagy's staging of La Sylphide, Solor in Alexander Fillipov's staging of Act 2 of La Bayadere, the Prince in Ana Garcia's Cinderella, Colas in Alonso's La Fille Mal Gardee, the Poet in Barbara Fallis' staging of Les Sylphides, and the Balanchine ballets, Allegro Brillante, Serenade, Concerto Barocco, Scotch Symphony, Sylvia Pas de Deux, and Theme and Variations.
Mr. Campaneria has also partnered guest ballerinas Francesca Corkle, Veronica Tennant, and Cynthia Gregory.
In the summer of 1983, Mr. Campaneria accompanied fellow Ballets de San Juan principal, Maria Teresa del Real, to the International Ballet Competition in Varna, Bulgaria.
Participating in the Competition as a non-competitor, Mr. Campaneria was awarded the special prize as Best Partner, and his experience proved beneficial in Miss del Real being awarded the bronze medal in the senior category at the Competition. Their performance in the Don Quixote Pas de Deux was lauded as the single most impressive event at the Competition.
Mr. Campaneria also appeared as a guest artist with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, partnering Maria Teresa del Real and Janet Popeleski, in Nicholas Beriozoff's full-length production of Don Quixote and also danced principal roles in Balanchine's The Four Temperaments, and Andre Prokovsky's Konigsmark.
In 1986 Mr. Campaneria joined the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer and in 1987 created the role of the Exhibition Dancer in Andre Prokovsky's The Great Gatsby.
As a guest artist Mr. Campaneria partnered Maria Teresa del Real with the Indianapolis Ballet Theatre, the Nutmeg Ballet, in gala performances at the Hollywood Bowl with Fernando Bujones and Friends and touring with Cynthia Gregory and Company.
During the 1989-90 season Mr. Campaneria appeared in the Charlotte Youth Ballet's productions of The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty, the Mohawk Valley Performing Arts' production of The Nutcracker and appeared in the International Ballet Celebration gala in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, partnering Janet Popeleski in Don Quixote Pas de Deux and White Swan Pas de Deux.
Mr. Campaneria has also appeared as a guest artist with ballet companies in Puerto Rico, Haiti, and Japan.
In 1990, Mr. Campaneria left the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre to pursue a career as a freelance guest artist, master teacher and choreographer. Mr. Campaneria has staged Paquita for the Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, The Nutcracker for Point Park College in Pittsburgh and choreographed the solo, Reflections, for the Charleston Ballet. During the 1990-91 season, Mr. Campaneria appeared as a guest artist in the Charlotte Youth Ballet's production of The Wizard of Oz and The Sleeping Beauty Pas de Deux with the Charleston Ballet.
In 1991 Mr. Campaneria joined Ballet Municipal de San Juan as a permanent guest artist and artistic advisor.
During the 1991-92 season Mr. Campaneria appeared as a guest artist in Point Park College's The Nutcracker, the Mohawk Valley for the Performing Arts' production of The Nutcracker, the Charlotte Youth Ballet's The Wizard of Oz and co-staged -- and appeared as a guest artist in -- the Charleston Ballet's production of La Fille Mal Gardee. He has also staged Pas de Quatre, Coppelia and Paquita for the Charleston Ballet. In 1996 Mr. Campaneria staged The Sleeping Beauty Act III Pas de Deux and created the pas de deux, Delirium, for the Charleston Ballet. In 2000 Mr. Campaneria co-staged a full-length production of The Nutcracker for the Charleston Ballet. Mr. Campaneria has also appeared in the Sarasota Ballet's gala performances and danced the role of the Prince in the Charlotte Youth Ballet's revival of The Sleeping Beauty.
Mr. Campaneria has been on the summer faculty of the Point Park College's dance program, a guest teacher at the Oregon Ballet Theatre School, and has frequently appeared as a guest artist and stages works in Japan.
From 2002-04 Mr. Campaneria was artistic director of the R.M.T. Academie de Danse in Haiti.
In 2005 Mr. Campaneria was appointed artistic director of Balleteatro Nacional de Puerto Rico.
Some of these principal dancers include ..., 4 Mar 2006 [cached]
Some of these principal dancers include William Starrett, now director of the Columbia City Ballet, Simon Dow, Australian Ballet, Petter Jacobson, former Artistic Director of Royal Swedish Ballet, Raymond Rodriguez, former Cleveland Ballet principal, Yves de Boutieller, Ariel Serrano, William Pizzuto, former soloist with Boston Ballet, and extended partnerships with Boston Ballet principal Devon Carney, now artistic director with Kansas City Ballet ,with Miguel Campaneria, former principal dancer with Pittsburgh Ballet Theater, and Olivier Wecxsteen, former principal dancer with Boston Ballet and Les Grand Ballets Canadians.
Many original ballets have been created for her by Van Damme, the premiere of MISS EMILY, choreographed by Jerry Rose, REFLECTIONS and DELIRIUM by Miguel Campaneria.
Faculty and Staff, 3 Feb 2006 [cached]
Miguel Campaneria - Instructor, Classical Ballet Training Program
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