Teet Kask

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Teet Kask (born 8 May 1968 in Pärnu) is an Estonian choreographer.[1][2][3]


In 1978, he joined the Tallinn Ballet School, where he studied Vaganova classical ballet.

At 18 years old, he had leading roles in the Estonian National Ballet.

A turning point for Kask came when he was engaged by The Royal Swedish Ballet, in 1989, as the first Estonian ballet artist to work full-time in West before the Iron Curtain fell in 1991.

In 1990, he was invited to work with the Norwegian National Ballet.[4]

In 1997, parallel with dancing, Kask began to work as a freelance choreographer.

In 2005, he graduated from City University London/Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with a Master of Arts in choreography.

Choreographer and director[edit]


  • Clocks'n'Clouds ballet, The Norwegian National Ballet, Oslo, Norway
  • Baan Sirin concert-performance, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Grüne Woche opening concert-ceremony director, Berlin, Germany


  • Tsar's Bride Rimsky-Korsakov's opera director, PromFest and Lithuanian State Music Theatre
  • Big Stage Azerbaijan National TV program director


  • Oliver musical for State Opera of Georigia and Rustaveli Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Eunoto for State Ballet of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Motus II for State Ballet of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Tampopo for Nina Ananiashvili's 30 Years on Stage Celebration and State Ballet of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia


  • Exitus for ETA – Estonia Dance Agency, Tallinn, Estonia
  • A Wingless Flight Into the Darkness for State Ballet of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Father Hunger for STÜ – Independent Dance Union, Tallinn, Estonia




  • w.o.r.k. in progress II Tartu, Viljandi, Pärnu, Estonia
  • w.o.r.k. in progress I Viljandi, Pärnu, Estonia


  • Scope at The Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Norway






  • Shadowgraph at Black Box Theatre, Oslo
  • Peer Gynt for Eurovision Dance Competition, London
  • Lighthouse with Estonia National Opera and Ballet Company


  • Silent Areas at Hair 2000, Oslo


  • Gips for Vigeland Museum with photographer Knut Bry, Oslo
  • Dream Sequence for multimedia artist Pia Myrvold, Paris
  • Ursula X for Estonian National Ballet, Tallinn


  • Duo for Nina Ananiashvili and Bolshoi Stars Japan Tour 1998
  • Pling i Bollen for Norwegian food-artist Trond Moi, Henie-Onstad Art Centre, Oslo
  • Primum Mobile for Norwegian photographer Knut Bry, Oslo
  • Post Machine for Norwegian multimedia artist Pia Myrvold, Oslo


  • Veritas Vos Liberabit for The Norwegian National Opera Ballet School, Oslo
  • Two at Nille Dance School, Oslo


  • Time To ... for The Norwegian National Ballet, Oslo

Ballet companies worked with[edit]

Producer/artistic consultant[edit]

Tutorial work[edit]


1999 – title of “outstanding male dancer”[5] by the Critics Survey of Ballet International/Tanz Aktuell International

Appearances as a dancer[edit]


  1. ^ "k.a.s.k". Teet Kask. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
  2. ^ "Teet Kask". YouTube. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
  3. ^ "Teet Kask". Facebook. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
  4. ^ "Estemb in Oslo". Estemb.no. 2013-05-17. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
  5. ^ TEET KASK: ei maksa vaadata ainult oma nina, tasub vaadata kaugele, sest kauge ja sinu vahele jääb su nina niikuinii - Arhiiv - Sakala. Sakala. September 13, 2003. (In Estonian)

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