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Bert Dalhuysen

Lighting Designer

Born in Hoofddorp Haarlemmermeer, The Netherlands, Bert trained at the Academy of Photography and Photo Mechanics. 
Bert is a lighting, set, multimedia, video and projection designer for ballet, theatre and opera productions worldwide. He has worked with stage designers such as Keso Dekker, Toer van Schayk, Paul Gallis, Jan Fabre, Eno Henze, John Otto and Tatjana van Walsum. 
He was previously Artistic Lighting Supervisor/Residential Lighting Designer for Dutch National Ballet, Managing Director of Arinde Visual Design (Amsterdam) and Deputy Chief of the lighting department of Dutch National Opera and Ballet. 
Lighting designs for Hans van Manen include Frank Bridge Variations, Dances with Harp; Without Words; Six Piano Pieces; Four Schumann Pieces, Bach Pieces. For Krzysztof Pastor: Scheherazade; Crossing Paths; Bolero; Nijinsky. For David Dawson: Legacy; Romeo & Juliet; Voices; Metamorphosis; Requiem; The Four Seasons; Swan Lake; Tristan + Isolde; Faun(e); timelapse/(Mnemosyne); Giselle; The Gentle Chapters; 00:00; The Grey Area. He has also designed lighting for several works for Juanjo Arques, Martin Schläpfer, Nicolo Fonte, Ted Brandsen, George Balanchine and Aaron S. Watkin.