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Biography

Steen Bjarke has throughout his career been employed by the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, from 1973 to 2001 where he, as light designer, has been in charge of a large number of operas and ballets.
And has worked on all the major stages throughout the world.
Parallel with his work for the Royal Theatre, has worked as light designer for international choreographers like Peter Schaufuss, John Neumeyer, Maurice Bejare and Kevin Mckenzie.
Steen Bjarke also started to do the set design for his productions.

His first work with Ried Andersen was the production of Onegin in Copenhagen in 1989 with set design by Jurgen Rose. This production was repeated in Oslo in 1997, and in Helsinki with a new set designed by Elisabeth Dalton and last in November 2001 do Onegin on Covent Garden in London.

Steen Bjarke was in charge of the lighting design for A folktale with set design by Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. After which Steen Bjarke receive the Order of Merit.

Steen Bjarke has sends 2001 been freelance designer with connected to the Royal Danish Ballet.

Onegin in Jurgen Rose’s set design on London Opera House (Covent Garden), 2001; Onegin in Elisabeth Dalton set design Dutch National Ballet Amsterdam, 2002; Onegin in Elisabeth Dalton set design The Royal Danish Ballet, 2002; Nutcracker in Thoer Van Schayk Set Design for Finish National Ballet, 2002; Taming of the shrew in Roberta Guidi Di Bagno set Design for La Scala, 2003; Raymonda in Zack Brown Set design for Finnish Natinal Ballet, 2004; Onegin in Elisabeth Dalton set design Staatsoper Berlin, 2003; Onegin in Elisabeth Dalton set design, Brazil, 2003; Raymonda in Zack Brown Set design for ABT, 2004; Taming of the shrew in Elisabeth Dalton set design for Oslo National Ballet, 2004; Onegin in Roberta Guidi Di Bagno set Design for La Scala, 2004; La Sylphide by Peter Schaufuss in David Walker set for Oper Leipzig, 2005; Taming of the shrew in Elisabeth Dalton set design for Oper Leipzig, 2005; Onegin in Elisabeth Dalton set design in Prague, 2005; Taming of the shrew in Elisabeth Dalton set design for Ballet Capitol Toulouse, 2005; Romeo and Juliet of Cranco in Susan Benson set design for National ballet of China, 2006; Onegin in Jurgen Roses set design for Opera de Paris, 2009.
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