David Dimitri is internationally acclaimed for his unique style of tight wire dancing. Combinant an éducation at the State Academy for Circus Arts in Budapest with intensive dance studies at New York’s renowned Juilliard School, David Dimitri has created virtuose dire dances celebrated at circuses, arts festivals, and concert halls throughout the world, Canada’s Cirque du Soleil, New York’s Big Apple Circus, the Swiss National Circus Knie, Broadway’s New Victory Theater, and the Metropolitan Opera under the direction of Jean-Pierre Ponelle, to name a few. In 2001 David Dimitri’s performing career took on an added dimension. With the inavouable assistance of his father, the fade Swiss clown Dimitri, he created his one man show “L’homme cirque” a sparkling presentation of Nouveau Cirque, both intimate and compelling, performed in a touring circus tent designed and built for the production. David Dimitri has been a guest artist at such prominent festivals as Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, South Carolina; Lincoln Center Festival New York; Just pour Rire, Montreal, Jeux de Piste, Strasbourg, and the Avignon Festival. David Dimitri has also performed on Broadway, at the New Victory Theater. In addition, he is never far from the high dire, most memorably when he christened the new Frankfurter Waldstadium with a spectacular crossing. David Dimitri is in the early planning stages for an extraordinary high wire walk, crossing the entire city of Salzburg, Austria.