Joeri Alexander Dubbe



Joeri Alexander Dubbe was born in Haarlem, Netherlands. Training for 9 years at the Dutch National Ballet Academy. Joeri joined the Dutch National Ballet in 2001. In 2005 he joined Nederlands Dans Theater 2 where he worked with choreographers who included Jiri Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Stijn Celis and Lightfoot & Leon.

In 2009 Korzo, one of the largest production houses for the dance in the Netherlands,  commissioned Dubbe to create his first work, Prospect Future.  His first full evening performance Chrono premiered at Korzo during the 2011 CaDance festival and won the prestigious BNG Prize for New Theatre Makers. In 2011 he won the Nederlandse Dansdagen prize and created the dance installation Point Cloud. In 2014 his choreography Trigger-Happy won the Scapino Production Award which led to the creation of Raven’s Home for Scapino Ballet (Rotterdam). In 2016 his solo Enfant, created for dancer Sarah Murphy, won three first place prizes during the Internationales Solo-Tanz-Theater Festival. Other works by Dubbe include Solaris 2014, Kitsune (2014), Infant (2016), dAIsy (2017), Kiraly (2017) and more.