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A human being as the most complicated and complex creation in the universe. We are cosmic runners, our bodies are created from stardust. Our source is still alive and vibrant, a cosmic lighthouse, the place from which we originally sprang – Pulsar.

Michal Záhora

He graduated from the Duncan Centre Conservatory in 2003. Then he joined the Norwegian national company Carte Blanche, Roberto Zappala & company in Italy (2004) and the Scottish Dance Theatre (2006-08), where hesystematically focussed on teaching and led seminars at schools. He served as director at the Duncan Centre Conservatory from 2009 to 2013. Michal is continuously involved in choreographic work. He created seven original works within eleven years. From 2008 he leeds educational seminars for professional dancers, teachers and young dancers, participants of Czech nationwide events and showcase of dance amateurs and students of Elementary Arts schools.


"There are works of art which ooze emotion and physicality that is almost palpable. Pulsar by Michal Záhora is different. Metaphysical. Analytic. Intangible. It has the character of a meditation, does not hit you in the heart, but mesmerizes your mind so that you leave the theatre with a strange feeling of lightness of being." D. Machová,, 22 March 2017

"White on black has a mysterious symbolism in and of itself. The visual aspect of the scene is processed in costume and light design, supplemented and supported by ambient music created just like in Záhora's past works directly for the choreography. The long creative collaboration of Záhora and Natoli is undoubtedly evaluated in the mutual interconnectedness of music, movement and ideas as a great exchange of the final outcome, whose mission certainly goes beyond the borders of a regular dance production born from the conventions of artistic theatrical production." Z. Smugalová, Opera plus, 22 March 2017 

"The five dancers are on the same wavelength, so their concentration, cooperation and energy create an emotionally powerful impression. No doubt this is also thanks to the excellent synchronization of all the components, whether light design, music or sound." J. Soprová,, 3 April 2017