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Tamas Krizsa

TAMÁS KRIZSA, of Hungary, is in his seventh season with The Washington Ballet. Mr. Krizsa graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy with honors in 2002. During his school years, he attended the International Summer Course in Budapest, Elmhurst School for Dance and Performing Arts, North Carolina School of the Arts Summer program, Miami City Ballet School Summer Dance Program and American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive. During this time, he also performed in Japan, Germany, the United States, Latvia and Hungary. After finishing school, Mr. Krizsa danced for Columbia Classical Ballet, Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre, Budapest Ballet and Ballet Theater Hagen in leading roles, including Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Prince in Cinderella, Albrecht in Giselle and Escamillo in Carmen, among others. In 2000 he received an award from the Hungarian Dance Academy and in 2001 received the Hungarian Dance Academy’s Maria Keresztes Memorial Prize. In 2006 and 2007 Mr. Krizsa was awarded Best Young Dancer in the Northwest Region of Germany.