Mariëtte Redel

Mariëtte Redel received her dance training at the Dance Department at the Royal Conservatoire where she was taught, among others, by Irena Milovan, Marian Sarstädt, Monique Sand and Hanna Samson. Throughout here 20-year career she danced with several major companies including Scapino Ballet, Zurich Ballet, Ballet Gulbenkian and the Nederlands Dans Theater.

In 1990 she received the encouragement prize for dancers. She danced a large, varied repertoire and worked with choreographers such as Mats Ek, Jiři Kylian, Hans van Manen, Ohad Naharin, Johan Inger, Kristal Pite, Meryl Tankard, Lichtfoot/ Leon, Jorma Elo,Stijn Selis, Regina van Berkel, Lionel Hoche, Rui Horta, Armando Navarro, Nils Criste, Ed Wubbe, Rodrico Pederneiras, Angelin Preliocaj, Nicolas Beriozoff, Bernt Bienert, and Heinz Spoerli. 

In 2007 she continued her career as teacher at the Royal Conservatoire teaching ballet repertoire, creative, and contemporary repertoire. Besides her regular lessons she rehearsed Falling Angels by Jiři Kylian which was performed at a gala performance in Carré (Amsterdam) for the 70th birthday of Queen Beatrix (2007), with the anniversary programme together with the Holland Festival (2009), and for the anniversary performance at the National Ballet School in Toronto, Canada (2010). She also guided pupils during a student exchange in Prague (2008).

Besides her work as teacher at the Royal Conservatoire Mariëtte Redel taught repertoire at the Maximum Dance Summer Course (2007-2010) and the Dutch Summer Dance Course (2011-2012). She provided fragments from 9among others) Stamping Ground and One of a Kind by Jiři Kylian and fragments from Polish Pieces and Monologue Dialogue by Hans Van Manen and taught toddlers and teenagers in the Childrens Dance week.

Teacher at the following studies