Rene Salazar


Born in São Paulo , Brazil, Renê  Salazar began his career as a dancer, studying in São  Paulo and later performing as a soloist at the Municipal Theatre of Rio de Janeiro  from 2001-2012.


His career as a dancer led to a transition into design for the stage and film production, gaining a degree in Scenography from the Institute of Performing Arts at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO) . During that time he also worked as a trainee for Cine and assistant stage designer at the  Municipal Theatre in Rio. In 2015 he was production assistant for Sound Kitchen at PQ 15 - Prague Quadrennial  of Performance Design and Space.


 Renê's work in the theatre includes set and costume  designs  for opera, theatre, and ballet. Recent productions include full length Giselle for Astana Ballet in Kazakhstan as well as Ricardo Amarante's productions of Touch of Illusion and Diversity for Astana Ballet. For the 2016 cultural programme of the Rio Olympics, he designed the costumes for Trilogia  Amazônica which included works by Daniela Cardim and  Marcelo Gomes. He also created the costumes for Diamante for the Ballet of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Argentina  and Discotheke for Grupo DC de  Danças.

In September, 2018, Renê created the set and costume designs for Ricardo Amarante's Premiere, commissioned by Atlanta Ballet. In Autumn 2019, he worked with Alexander Stoyanov's Kiev Ballet on a revival of Ricardo Amarante's Touch of Illusion.


Renê's other stage work includes the  ballet Catulli Carmina for the Municipal Theatre of Rio and Acis e Galatea and Orfeu e Euridice for the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). Theatre productions includes productions for Teatro Sergio Porto and SESC Circuit in Rio.

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